Spatial Planning Matters!
- Inspiring Stories and Fundamental Topics
Fundamental Planning Topics, Spatial Planning Projects, Spatial Quality, Local Development, Village Renewal, Co-Productive Planning, Deliberative Planning, Restructuring Urban Quarters
As a result of the series of four research and debate symposia convened by ETH Zurich members with international academics and practitioners in the field of spatial planning, this book revolves around "inspiring stories" that describe a wide variety of spatial problems as well as the planning mechanisms used to address these; in addition, "fundamental topics" are provided to facilitate the understanding of certain planning processes illustrated by the practical cases.
There are two main reasons behind choosing this method to introduce spatial planning. Firstly, the spatial planning profession is facing a great crisis. Experts are confronted with a quantum leap in the availability of information and the variety of visualisation and simulation instruments suitable for their analysis. While planners can certainly rely on the new technologies available to support the planning process, it seems to be that the nature of planning processes is being underestimated.
A second motive for creating this book lies in the relationship between planners as experts and interested lay persons. The latter are usually fascinated with the physical interventions in space, whether these are great urban and architectural complexes or astonishing infrastructural projects. However, what seems to be forgotten, again, is the careful planning process that brought the interventions into being despite numerous problems of various kinds.
Therefore, the key question is: How can planners bring this fascinating process and its results to the larger public and create a fuller understanding? This book intends to answer this question and create interest and curiosity for the field of spatial planning in a simple and clear manner.
Introducing case descriptions of:
- A new park in Milan
- Storm water protection in Chicago
- Redevelopment of an industrial brownfield in Attisholz etc.
- Auflage: 1., 2018
- Seiten: 236 Seiten
- Abbildungen: zahlreiche Abbildungen, durchgehend farbig
- Format in cm: 18,0 x 27,0
- Einbandart: gebunden
- ISBN: 978-3-7281-3907-8
- Sprache: Englisch
- Lieferstatus: lieferbar
- Preis CHF 64,00 | € 63,00
Land Value Capture, Value Increase, Capital Gain, Land-Use Planning, Taxation, Development, Investment
Public value capture is an essential phenomenon to improve the refinancing of public infrastructure and secure the necessary budget for other important duties like education, health and social care. For this reason, smart tools are needed for a successful implementation. This book provides an overview and discussion of instruments and practices in 29 European countries.
Konfliktmediation, Konfliktlösung, Maximenmethode,
Abwägungsprozess, Ethik, Planungstheorie, Richtplanung, Nutzungsplanung,
Spatial Planning Systems, Land Use Planning, Land Management Instruments, Urban Land Management, Urban Redevelopment Strategies, Shrinking Cities, Property Formation, Digitalisation, Geodata, Housing Provision, Housing Pricing
The peer reviewed papers in this new volume of the European Academy of Land Use and Development (EALD) inform about investigations on the common subject "land management" – due to the interdisciplinary nature of the EALD from very different views. The spectrum of contributions covers regulations, governance and the implementation of land management as well as the assessment of relevant data supporting these tasks. Various approaches, methods, systems and understanding of the government’s role in the different countries of Europe are highlighted.
Zersiedelung, Verdichtung, Innenentwicklung, Siedlungsreserven, Raumplanung, Flächenmanagement
Die Begrenzung der Siedlungsausdehnung und damit eine hochwertige Innenentwicklung ist eine Kernaufgabe der Raumplanung. Unverzichtbare Grundlage dazu bildet die Kenntnis der für die Innenentwicklung infrage kommenden Nutzungsreserven.
Spatial Planning, Urban Planning, ISOCARP
As part of the ISOCARP 50th anniversary programme, the publication of Ten Years of UPATs: Reflections and Results is certainly one of the "flagship" activities of ISOCARP. We have to thank the editors and authors, as well as all the members of the Urban Planning Advisory Teams who contributed to the impressive quality of this publication.
Spatial Planning, Natural Monuments
Spaces and Projects of National Importance (SAPONI) are not only important for the respective spatial areas, they are also in the interest of the entire nation, and sometimes of European interest as well. Over a three years period a series of different symposia with high-level spatial planners from all over Europe had been focusing on these strategic spaces and projects. The book sums up the findings of these issues which can have "far-reaching consequences and chances that could be used – or they could be lost" like the leader of the workshop-series, Prof. Bernd Scholl, points out.