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Het politieke landschap van de ruimtelijke ordening en gebiedsontwikkeling

Rechten: Alle rechten voorbehouden

Het politieke landschap van de ruimtelijke ordening en gebiedsontwikkeling

Rechten: Alle rechten voorbehouden

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Spatial planning has become contested ground in Dutch politics. After decades of a broadly
shared belief in strategic spatial planning by central government and comprehensive
planning by local and regional authorities, the balance of political thought has changed
in recent years. The ministry of housing and spatial planning was abolished and the traditional
link between central government housing policy and spatial planning policies was
cut. Central government involvement in strategic planning is to be decentralised altogether
and planning legislation is to be simplified. In the fragmented political landscape of
the Netherlands, spatial planning policies have become contested ground.
The sudden changes to the Dutch spatial planning system have come as a surprise to many
practitioners, as well as scholars. As the party-political dimension of spatial planning and
policies was never studied, there is little knowledge of the variety of political thought on
spatial planning policies. The shift in political thought remained undetected. This research
has mapped this unknown political territory. On the basis of qualitative analysis of partypolitical
documents analysis and working sessions with politicians and practitioners, the
23 most relevant political values that guide political decision-making on spatial development
issues were defined. Mind-mapping software was used to analyse, structure, interpret
and define the variety of political values found in the analysis. The 23 political key values
are charted on the Political value map of spatial development issues1. This chart provides
an overview of the variety of Dutch political thought in this field and is structured along
the lines of five basic normative positions people tend to follow in their moral decisions.
In this publication, the value-oriented research strategy is described and the outcome of 23
party-political key values on spatial development issues is presented. In the final chapter,
guidelines are formulated for the practical use of the Political value map of spatial development
issues. Values are words that can (and will) have a different meaning to different
people in different contexts. In practice, many varieties can be found of similar normative
meanings with different words. The Political value map of spatial development issues is a tool
that helps practitioners to interpret these words. This allows them to make an analysis of
the political landscape around their spatial plans or spatial development projects for the
preparation of proper political decision-making.

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OrganisatieHogeschool Windesheim
AfdelingDomein Business, Media en Recht
LectoraatArea Development
Jaar2012
TypeRapport
ISBN978-90-77901-45-8
TaalNederlands

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