Regional Planning for Open Space

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Pub. Date: 2009-06-24
Publisher(s): Taylor & Francis
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Table of Contents

Rethinking Open Space Planning in Metropolitan Areas
Planning and development of the fringe landscapes: on the outer side of the Copenhagen 'fingers'
Threats to metropolitan open space: the Netherlands economic and institutional Dimension
Development constraints reduce urban open space: Actual conditions and future requirements in England
Viability of Cross-subsidy Strategies: A Netherlands case study
Does Proximity to Open Space Increase the Value of Dwellings? Evidence from three Dutch case studies
Government or Market: Competing Ideals in American Metropolitan Regions
Maintaining the Working Landscape: the Portland Metro Urban Growth Boundary
The Impact of Open Space Preservation Policies: Evidence from the Netherlands and the US
Spaces of Engagement for Open Space Advocacy: A Grounded Theory on Local Opposition in the Netherlands
Formalisation of 'open space' as 'public space' in zoning: the Belgian Experience
Aesthetic Approaches to Active Urban Landscape Planning: European Exemplars
Flächenhaushalt Reconsidered: Alternatives to the German Federal Thirty Hectares Goal
Planning open spaces: balancing markets, state and communities
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