Spatial planning (building elsewhere) and building requirements (building otherwise)

M. van Vliet, H. de Moel

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Abstract

Spatial planning can effectively reduce the vulnerability of an area, and thus the consequences of flooding (Schelfaut et al., 2011; van Herk et al., 2011). Not only water management has a long tradition in the Netherlands, but so has spatial planning. In this chapter we will review the policies and legislation that affect flood zoning in the Netherlands Table 2 gives an overview of these policies and legislation, a short description of their content and their implications for flood risk reduction.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTowards climate-change proof flood risk management
EditorsF. Klijn, M. Kok, H. de Moel
Place of PublicationUtrecht
Pages126-134
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameInterim report Knowledge for Climate
PublisherKnowledge for Climate programme
NumberKfC57/2012

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