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Scenarios in Regional Planning – Theory and Practice in Poland

. (ed.), Prognozowanie gospodarcze: Metody i zastosowania , Warszawa: PWN, pp. 26–61. DELAWARE VALLEY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION (2014), The Future of Scenario Planning: White paper , https://www.dvrpc.org/reports/WP14038.pdf (19.02.2018). DOCHERTY, I. W. and McKIERNAN, P. (2008), ‘Scenario planning for the Edinburgh city region’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy , 26 (5), pp. 982–997. DODSON, J. and SIPE N. (2002), ‘Oil Vulnerability Scenarios and Regional Visioning in Australia: The South East Queensland Regional Plan’, [in

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Regional Government and Regional Planning in the Hanover Region

and functional reform?) Der Landkreis 70 (12): 790-794. Herrmann M., Priebs A., 2010. Die Steuerung erneuerbarer Energien in der Regionalplanung. Möglichkeiten und Grenzen am Beispiel der Region Hannover (Managing of renewable energies in regional planning. Potentials and barriers on the example of the Hanover Region). Neues Archiv für Niedersachsen 2/2010: 80-99. Krüger N., 2011. The institutionalisation of a metropolitan region: The region of Hanover. In: Heinelt H., Razin E., Zimmermann K. (eds), Metropolitan governance. Different

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The Buchanan report and its aftermath: Implications for Irish regional planning

References Bartley, B. (2001). The emergence and evolution of urban planning in Ireland. Geographical Viewpoint, 29 , 7–14. Boudeville, J. R. (1966). Problems of regional economic planning . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Breathnach, P. (1982). The demise of growth centre policy: The case of the Republic of Ireland. In R. Hudson & J. Lewis (Eds), Regional planning in Europe (pp. 35–56). London: Pion Ltd. Breathnach, P. (1991, May 15). The role of advance factories in regional industrial planning in the Republic of Ireland

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The role of geography in the analysis of industrial development strategies within the spatial organisation of a region

References Abdul Jabbar, S.R., 2000: Geopolitical Importance of Industrial Development in the Arab Homeland. In: Journal of Arab Economic Union, No. 21, Cairo, pp. 43-63. Al-Ashaib, K.H., 1989: The Region of the City: Between Regional Planning and Comprehensive Development, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Baghdad University, Al-Hikma House, Ministry of Higher Education Press, Mousl, p. 174. Ateqa, A.A., Besada, R.S., 1985: Oil and Industrial Development in Arab Homeland, Kuwait: Kadhma

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The Community Initiative LEADER I and the implementation and results of the Hungarian Pilot LEADER programme in rural development

Strukturentwicklung dargestellt am Beispiel der EU-Gemeinschaftsinitiative LEADER (Evaluation of programs and concepts in the development of rural structures in the case of LEADER programme - in German), PhD Thesis, pp. 5‒68. Horváth, G., 2002: Regional policy and development in East-Central Europe. In: Domański, R. editor, Cities and Regions in an Enlarging European Union , Warszawa: Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee for Space Economy and Regional Planning, pp. 107‒127. Hutter, A. and Neidhardt, R., 2005: Stadt-Land: Ein Verhaltnis im Wandel

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Towards Governance or the Management of Cultural Landscapes

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Many (World Heritage) cultural landscapes are a living environment for thousands of inhabitants, visitors, entrepreneurs, farmers and other land users. In order to manage such landscapes we have to consider the legal framework and the reality of the regional planning culture. The ‘landscape of regional players’ consists of a wide range of stakeholders. How should regions tackle natural and cultural heritage as an integrated part of regional development? The discussion of Austria’s Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut World Heritage region involves vertical and horizontal dimensions of governance, including politics, administration, private businesses and civil society.

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Ende des regionalen Experiments? Eine Bilanz der Reform des englischen Planungssystems unter New Labour

, in denen die lokale Planungs- und Genehmigungshoheit teilweise aufgehoben war (vgl. Allmendinger 1997 : 150 ff.). Zu einem ersten Wandel dieses planungsfeindlichen und antilokalistischen Ansatzes kam es schon unter der Regierung von John Major (1990–1997). Diese stärkte die strategische Rolle der Planung wieder und verankerte insbesondere ökologische Kriterien sowie Transparenzgrundsätze. Schließlich kam es erstmals zu einer Aufwertung der regionalen Ebene (vgl. Marshall/Glasson 2007 : 34 ff.). Mit dem Instrument der Regional Planning Guidance wurden seit

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The Selfmade Land: Culture and Evolution of Urban and Regional Planning in the Netherlands

van der Cammen Hans ; de Klerk Len ; Dekker Gerhard ; Witsen Peter Paul ( 2013 ): The Selfmade Land: Culture and Evolution of Urban and Regional Planning in the Netherlands Houten, Antwerpen : Spectrum . 480 S. van der Cammen, Hans; de Klerk, Len; Dekker, Gerhard; Witsen, Peter Paul (2013): The Selfmade Land: Culture and Evolution of Urban and Regional Planning in the Netherlands Houten, Antwerpen: Spectrum. 480 S. 1 Eine kulturhistorische Perspektive auf die niederländische Raumplanung Die Niederlande seien das möglicherweise am meisten

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Cultural Heritage and Wind Turbines – A Method to Reduce Conflicts in Landscape Planning and Management: Studies in the German Ore Mountains

Research and Planning 75(4), 389-398. DOI: 10.1007/s13147-016-0436-1. [29] BfN/BBSR (Ed.) 2014. Den Landschaftswandel gestalten! Bundesamt für Naturschutz (BfN, Federal Agency for Nature Conservation), Bundesinstitut für Bau-, Stadt- und Raumforschung (BBSR, Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning), Bonn. http://tudresden.de/die_tu_dresden/fakultaeten/fakultaet_architektur/ila/lp/Forschung/laufende%20Forschung/FuE_Landschaftswandel_Band03_2.Auflage.pdf. [30] BMWi, 2015. Erneuerbare Energien auf einen Blick [WWW Document]. URL

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Top-Down and Bottom-Up Urban and Regional Planning: Towards a Framework for The Use of Planning Standards

-107. ALLMENDINGER, P. (2002), Planning Theory, New York: Palgrave. ALLMENDINGER, P. and TEWDWR-JONES, M. (1997), ‘Mind the Gap: Planning Theory-Practice and the Translation of Knowledge into Action - A Comment on Alexander’, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 24 (4), pp. 802-806. ARAVANTINOS, A. I. (1997), Urban Planning: For a Sustainable Development of Urban Space (in Greek), Athens: Symmetria. CHADWICK, G. (1971, 1978), A Systems View of Planning. Towards a Theory of the Urban and Regional Planning Process, Oxford

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