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New Instruments in Spatial Planning: An International Perspective on Non-financial Compensation

New Instruments in Spatial Planning: An International Perspective on Non-financial Compensation (Paperback)

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"New Instruments in Spatial Planning" addresses the topic of transferring development opportunities between areas in planning practice by a debate between academics, lawyers and planning practitioners at an international planning symposium in Annapolis, MD, USA and the Van Doorne-Habiforum conference on Transferable Development Rights a year later. The idea of transferring development opportunities between areas is more than only the transfer of development rights. It relates more to compensation: not in money, but in a non-financial perspective. A comparative study on non-financial compensation was started, funded by Habiforum and linked to a number of research projects, such as Van Der Veen's and Spaans' research funded by the Delft Centre for Sustainable Urban Areas and Janssen-Jansen's research funded by the Dutch Scientific Organization NWO-STIP. The chapters in this publication are representative of a close cooperation between planners, economists and lawyers from both science and planning practice. The exchange of knowledge within the framework of this book has arisen from divergent paths.

BusinessEconomicsUrban economicsNatural World & The EnvironmentThe environmentSustainabilityScience & MathematicsRegional & area planningUrban & municipal planning Publisher: IOS Press Publication Date: 01/01/2008 ISBN-13: 9781586039783  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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