National policies in decentralised spatial planning

P.H. Roodbol-Mekkes, A. van den Brink

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Abstract

The recent changes in the spatial planning system in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe can be described as a rescaling of spatial planning. Rescaling of spatial planning is the process in which the task division between the different government levels is changed. Rescaling takes into account both aspects of the dichotomy, the decentralisation and the remaining influence of the national government
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Event23rd AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning) Congress 2009, Why can't the future be more like the past?, Liverpool, UK -
Duration: 15 Jul 200918 Jul 2009

Conference

Conference23rd AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning) Congress 2009, Why can't the future be more like the past?, Liverpool, UK
Period15/07/0918/07/09

Keywords

  • physical planning

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