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Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
1869-4179
Première publication
30 Jan 1936
Période de publication
6 fois par an
Langues
Allemand, Anglais

Chercher

Volume 69 (2011): Edition 4 (August 2011)

Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
1869-4179
Première publication
30 Jan 1936
Période de publication
6 fois par an
Langues
Allemand, Anglais

Chercher

8 Articles

Editorial

Accès libre

Neue Annäherungen an Stadt und Land

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 231 - 232

Résumé

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

Accès libre

Cities and the Beginning Urbanization. Henri Lefebvre in Contemporary Urban Studies

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 233 - 243

Résumé

Abstract

In recent years, Henri Lefebvre’s theories have gained almost canonical status in urban and spatial studies, particularly in Anglophone countries. Although scholars often quote Lefebvre, his theories, however, tend to confuse due to their complexity and opaque language. By reconstructing his terminology through a close reading, this paper aims to interrogate the characteristics and dynamics of Lefebvre’s terms and their current relevance with regard to empirical and theoretical urban studies. Besides the frequently applied concept of the production of space, Lefebvre’s thesis on the urbanization of society is a prominent part of his works. But ambiguities remain between the terms “city” and “urban” as well as between actual societal realities and virtual possibilities. Following Lefebvre, the “city” is described as a historical condition and as having nearly vanished with industrialization. In contrast, the “urban” is posited as the emergent society consisting of differences, so that the notion of the urbanized society is intrinsically tied to the differential space within which it evolves. The discussion focuses on the dialectical movement between terms as an approach to potential empirical applications in urban and spatial studies. Additionally, this elaboration serves as a basis for continuing the necessary development of Lefebvre’s theories.

Mots clés

  • Henri Lefebvre
  • Urbanization
  • Production of space
  • Urban theory
  • Urban studies

Schlagwörter

  • Henri Lefebvre
  • Urbanisierung
  • Raumproduktion
  • Stadttheorie
  • Stadtforschung
Accès libre

Supra-regional Partnerships – What Can They Achieve?

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 245 - 256

Résumé

Abstract

Supra-regional partnerships between metropolitan and rural areas are seen as an approach to promote growth and innovation. They should also give new stimulation to the development of regional governance. In this paper some expectations concerning supra-regional partnerships are examined regarding the tasks of spatial development policy. The paper is based on results of an analysis of demonstration projects of supra-regional partnerships. It shows some prospects of supra-regional partnerships but also its requirements and constraints.

Mots clés

  • Cooperation
  • Regional Governance
  • Metropolitan Regions
  • Stabilization Areas

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

Accès libre

Space for the Rivers—Restrictions for Implementation in Law and Practice

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 257 - 268

Résumé

Abstract

In 1996, 2005, and most recently in 2010 the German Federal Water Act was revised. These revisions aimed at stronger instruments to give more space to the rivers. What is their impact in practice? This paper is going to answer this question with the help of a policy analysis along the flood protection concept of the Land Saxony-Anhalt. For the first time, this concept was prepared in 2003, with a planning horizon until 2010. In the analysis, two periods are regarded: before and after the Federal Flood Control Act 2005. It is shown in this article that the law has not responded to the restrictions for implementation in practice. The restrictions, namely, are in a realm where other stakeholders than water management—for example regional planning, local land use planning or landowners—play a key role in the implementation of aims of water management. In the process of spatial flood protection measures, the German legislator pursues a control paradigm: this means that there is a trend to strengthen the instruments of water management in each reform of the law. In fact, however, instruments are needed which would enable integrative planning processes in order to cope with conflicts in spatial flood protection, and in order to support a rethinking in water management—from a technocratic and controlling towards an integrating mode of governance. Integrative means an early and active enrolment of relevant stakeholders in planning processes.

Mots clés

  • Flood protection
  • Water management
  • German Federal Water Act
  • Planning law
  • Implementation
Accès libre

Economic and Regional Planning Policy Aspects of the Zoning Levy Under the Draft Amendment to the Tyrolean Regional Planning Act

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 269 - 280

Résumé

Abstract

A draft amendment of the Tyrolean Regional Planning Act set out in summer 2010 by the Tyrolean Government, inter alia, scheduled a levy of 10% on land value uplifts as a consequence of rezoning. The revenues from the zoning levy should have gone to the Tyrolean Land Fund, which essentially would have been encouraged to use the funds to buy additional land in order to support social house building in Tyrol. Actually, the draft was not adopted because of the strong resistance shown particularly by the municipalities. This paper deals with the economic and regional planning policy aspects of the proposed schemes and measures. It examines land economic, housing economic, institutional and distributional issues.

Mots clés

  • Regional planning
  • Zoning
  • Zoning levy
  • Land markets
  • Allocation
  • Distribution

Schlagwörter

  • Raumplanung
  • Flächenwidmung
  • Widmungsabgabe
  • Bodenmarkt
  • Allokation
  • Verteilung

Rezension

Accès libre

Grundriss der Raumordnung und Raumentwicklung

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 281 - 284

Résumé

Accès libre

Stadtumbau komplex: Governance, Planung, Prozess

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 285 - 286

Résumé

Accès libre

Zukunftsfähige Infrastruktur und Raumentwicklung. Handlungserfordernisse für Ver- und Entsorgungssysteme

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 287 - 288

Résumé

8 Articles

Editorial

Accès libre

Neue Annäherungen an Stadt und Land

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 231 - 232

Résumé

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

Accès libre

Cities and the Beginning Urbanization. Henri Lefebvre in Contemporary Urban Studies

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 233 - 243

Résumé

Abstract

In recent years, Henri Lefebvre’s theories have gained almost canonical status in urban and spatial studies, particularly in Anglophone countries. Although scholars often quote Lefebvre, his theories, however, tend to confuse due to their complexity and opaque language. By reconstructing his terminology through a close reading, this paper aims to interrogate the characteristics and dynamics of Lefebvre’s terms and their current relevance with regard to empirical and theoretical urban studies. Besides the frequently applied concept of the production of space, Lefebvre’s thesis on the urbanization of society is a prominent part of his works. But ambiguities remain between the terms “city” and “urban” as well as between actual societal realities and virtual possibilities. Following Lefebvre, the “city” is described as a historical condition and as having nearly vanished with industrialization. In contrast, the “urban” is posited as the emergent society consisting of differences, so that the notion of the urbanized society is intrinsically tied to the differential space within which it evolves. The discussion focuses on the dialectical movement between terms as an approach to potential empirical applications in urban and spatial studies. Additionally, this elaboration serves as a basis for continuing the necessary development of Lefebvre’s theories.

Mots clés

  • Henri Lefebvre
  • Urbanization
  • Production of space
  • Urban theory
  • Urban studies

Schlagwörter

  • Henri Lefebvre
  • Urbanisierung
  • Raumproduktion
  • Stadttheorie
  • Stadtforschung
Accès libre

Supra-regional Partnerships – What Can They Achieve?

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 245 - 256

Résumé

Abstract

Supra-regional partnerships between metropolitan and rural areas are seen as an approach to promote growth and innovation. They should also give new stimulation to the development of regional governance. In this paper some expectations concerning supra-regional partnerships are examined regarding the tasks of spatial development policy. The paper is based on results of an analysis of demonstration projects of supra-regional partnerships. It shows some prospects of supra-regional partnerships but also its requirements and constraints.

Mots clés

  • Cooperation
  • Regional Governance
  • Metropolitan Regions
  • Stabilization Areas

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

Accès libre

Space for the Rivers—Restrictions for Implementation in Law and Practice

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 257 - 268

Résumé

Abstract

In 1996, 2005, and most recently in 2010 the German Federal Water Act was revised. These revisions aimed at stronger instruments to give more space to the rivers. What is their impact in practice? This paper is going to answer this question with the help of a policy analysis along the flood protection concept of the Land Saxony-Anhalt. For the first time, this concept was prepared in 2003, with a planning horizon until 2010. In the analysis, two periods are regarded: before and after the Federal Flood Control Act 2005. It is shown in this article that the law has not responded to the restrictions for implementation in practice. The restrictions, namely, are in a realm where other stakeholders than water management—for example regional planning, local land use planning or landowners—play a key role in the implementation of aims of water management. In the process of spatial flood protection measures, the German legislator pursues a control paradigm: this means that there is a trend to strengthen the instruments of water management in each reform of the law. In fact, however, instruments are needed which would enable integrative planning processes in order to cope with conflicts in spatial flood protection, and in order to support a rethinking in water management—from a technocratic and controlling towards an integrating mode of governance. Integrative means an early and active enrolment of relevant stakeholders in planning processes.

Mots clés

  • Flood protection
  • Water management
  • German Federal Water Act
  • Planning law
  • Implementation
Accès libre

Economic and Regional Planning Policy Aspects of the Zoning Levy Under the Draft Amendment to the Tyrolean Regional Planning Act

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 269 - 280

Résumé

Abstract

A draft amendment of the Tyrolean Regional Planning Act set out in summer 2010 by the Tyrolean Government, inter alia, scheduled a levy of 10% on land value uplifts as a consequence of rezoning. The revenues from the zoning levy should have gone to the Tyrolean Land Fund, which essentially would have been encouraged to use the funds to buy additional land in order to support social house building in Tyrol. Actually, the draft was not adopted because of the strong resistance shown particularly by the municipalities. This paper deals with the economic and regional planning policy aspects of the proposed schemes and measures. It examines land economic, housing economic, institutional and distributional issues.

Mots clés

  • Regional planning
  • Zoning
  • Zoning levy
  • Land markets
  • Allocation
  • Distribution

Schlagwörter

  • Raumplanung
  • Flächenwidmung
  • Widmungsabgabe
  • Bodenmarkt
  • Allokation
  • Verteilung

Rezension

Accès libre

Grundriss der Raumordnung und Raumentwicklung

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 281 - 284

Résumé

Accès libre

Stadtumbau komplex: Governance, Planung, Prozess

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 285 - 286

Résumé

Accès libre

Zukunftsfähige Infrastruktur und Raumentwicklung. Handlungserfordernisse für Ver- und Entsorgungssysteme

Publié en ligne: 31 Aug 2011
Pages: 287 - 288

Résumé

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