Comparing landscape planning in England, Germany and the... (2010)

Title Comparing landscape planning in England, Germany and the Netherlands : policy contexts and three case study plans
Author Schröder, R.R.G.; Wascher, D.M.; Odell, S.; Smith, C.
Date 2010
Reference(s) landschap, regionale planning, methodologie, engeland, duitsland, nederland, landschapsplanning, Landgebruiksplanning, landscape, regional planning, methodology, england, germany, netherlands, landscape planning, Land Use Planning
Language English
Type Report
Publisher Alterra
Abstract This comparative study of landscape planning, within three case-studies in England, Germany and the Netherlands, has the proposed outcomes to create a mutually understood model for ‘landscape planning’, a catalogue of key concepts on space, landscape and planning and a proposal for further European exchange of experiences on landscape plans. The comparison of contexts and contents of landscape plans has revealed significant parallels in the purposes for which landscape planning is used and their structure and context, but with significant diversity in the practical approaches, especially in objective setting and mapping. The European Landscape Convention appears to offer valuable tools for comparing landscape planning approaches in Europe.
Persistent Identifier urn:nbn:nl:ui:32-393272
Metadata XML
Repository Wageningen University & Research Centre

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