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Decentralized implementation of flood resilience measures – a blessing or a curse?

lessons from the Thames Estuary 2100 Plan and the Royal Docks regeneration

Decentralized implementation of flood resilience measures – a blessing or a curse?

lessons from the Thames Estuary 2100 Plan and the Royal Docks regeneration

Samenvatting

This article presents a case study on the implementation of the Thames Estuary 2100 Plan in the Royal Docks, a regeneration project in the East of London. On paper, the Thames Estuary 2100 Plan advances the shift from traditional flood control to flood resilience, because of its long-term horizon, estuary-wide approach, and emphasis on floodplain management. In practice, however, we identify three frictions between vision and reality: a lack of local ownership of the plan, a lack of clear guidance for floodplain management, and limited capacities with local authority. These frictions suggest an ongoing ‘public-public divide’ in decentralized governance.

OrganisatieHanzehogeschool Groningen
LectoraatSpatial Transformation
Gepubliceerd inPlanning Practice and Research Taylor and Francis Ltd., Vol. 34, Uitgave: 1, Pagina's: 62-83
Jaar2018
TypeArtikel
ISSN1360-0583
DOI10.1080/02697459.2018.1546918
TaalEngels

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