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Journal Details
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Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
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6 times per year
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German, English

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Volume 57 (1999): Issue 4 (July 1999)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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11 Articles

Beiträge

Open Access

Do the Classical Normative Concepts of Settlement Structure Satisfy the Requirements of Sustainable Spatial Development?

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 241 - 248

Abstract

Abstract

The author begins by setting out some of the underlying conditions which have shaped the current spatial planning situation in Germany. He criticises the fact that discussion on the way forward for spatial planning has taken place largely without sufficient familiarity with the results and successes achieved to date. This is followed by an account of the materialisation of settlement structure norms in the pre-unification Federal Republic of Germany with an appraisal of their suitability for future spatial planning policy. Against the background of the new constellations which have arisen with recent amendments to the Federal Regional Planning Act, the article concludes with a number of recommendations of possible ways of integrating the sustainable development strategy within the aims and instruments of spatial planning, thus contributing in turn to their future development.

Open Access

Spatial Planning and Sustainable Settlement Development

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 249 - 254

Abstract

Abstract

This article discusses the significance of the classical instruments of planning for sustainable settlement development and the current political context of planning actions. The author argues that the only viable course for the future to ensure settlement development of a type which takes full account of the interests of society in general, which includes being fully committed to the principle of sustainable development, is to persist in the use of legally binding planning instruments. In addition to the need for planning instruments to be subjected to continuous review and adjustment, there is also the need for more informal companions to the formal instruments of planning, and equally for them to be supplemented by the use of economic instruments and contractual agreements.

Open Access

The Future Utility of the Instruments of Planning Law for Sustainable Settlement Development

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 255 - 258

Abstract

Abstract

Ensuring that the instruments of planning law are a suitable means of contributing to the aim of sustainable settlement development requires that these instruments should be revised and improved continuously to incorporate the merits of instruments which have proved their worth. The demands now being made of spatial planning and plan implementation and which need to be taken into account are explored from eight different perspectives. The instruments created by the 1998 Federal Regional Planning Act (ROG) are attested to have future utility; the author insists that it is now vital for the federal states in Germany to follow up on this initial step by showing an equal level of commitment in translating this legislative framework into concrete provisions in state planning legislation.

Open Access

Desuburbanisation through the Uncoordinated Designation of Housing Land

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 259 - 272

Abstract

Abstract

Taking as an example the situation pertaining in Lower Saxony between 1992 and 1997 regarding the designation of land for residential developments, this article shows that in particular outside urban regions and on the fringes of rural regions the consumption of land for settlement purposes is taking place in an uncoordinated fashion. Consequently, in the century before us we can look forward to a continuation of the desuburbanisation process in urban regions. The effect of this is that rural areas now need to promote co-operative, network-based and process-orientated procedural models of regional planning. These will allow us to establish to what extent the municipalities in rural regions are pursuing the principle of poly-centric concentration and are displaying an orientation towards a mid-ranking regional centre, or are choosing for orientation the metropolitan centres of more distant urban regions.

Open Access

What Contribution can Regional Planning Capable Make to the Implementation of a „Sustainable” Approach to Securing the Supply of Raw Materials?

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 273 - 283

Abstract

Abstract

The current paradigm guiding regional planning is that of sustainable spatial development. Among the challenges this poses is the task of both controlling the extraction of and securing the supply of raw materials found close to the surface. In the context of this extremely fraught task, this article discusses rules for dealing with natural assets. It is increasingly coming to be accepted that, in same form or other, natural resources have to be managed. Since the Junction of spatial planning consists in ordering and safeguarding types of land use, the contribution it might possibly make to resource management would appear initially to be negligible indeed. However, with regard to certain raw materials (sand and gravel) there is considerable scope for action within spatial planning.

Open Access

City Networks – Expectations and Reality from an Ecological Perspective

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 284 - 290

Abstract

Abstract

Closer inspection of remarks which have been made on the subject of “city networks” reveals the expectations pinned to the creation and development of city networks in discussions on regional planning policy to be both great and varied. A three-year study was undertaken to establish the extent to which these expectations are indeed being met in the actual outcomes of partnerships within existing city networks. The overall results reveal a major discrepancy between the underlying spatialplanning goals and the concrete results of co-operation.

Kurzberichte aus Praxis und Forschung

Open Access

Flächenhaushaltspolitik

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 291 - 293

Abstract

Open Access

Europäischer Universitätslehrgang für Regionalentwicklung (EUR): Rahmenbedingungen, Struktur und Zielsetzungen

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 294 - 299

Abstract

Neue Literatur

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 299 - 300

Abstract

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 301 - 302

Abstract

Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 303 - 322

Abstract

11 Articles

Beiträge

Open Access

Do the Classical Normative Concepts of Settlement Structure Satisfy the Requirements of Sustainable Spatial Development?

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 241 - 248

Abstract

Abstract

The author begins by setting out some of the underlying conditions which have shaped the current spatial planning situation in Germany. He criticises the fact that discussion on the way forward for spatial planning has taken place largely without sufficient familiarity with the results and successes achieved to date. This is followed by an account of the materialisation of settlement structure norms in the pre-unification Federal Republic of Germany with an appraisal of their suitability for future spatial planning policy. Against the background of the new constellations which have arisen with recent amendments to the Federal Regional Planning Act, the article concludes with a number of recommendations of possible ways of integrating the sustainable development strategy within the aims and instruments of spatial planning, thus contributing in turn to their future development.

Open Access

Spatial Planning and Sustainable Settlement Development

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 249 - 254

Abstract

Abstract

This article discusses the significance of the classical instruments of planning for sustainable settlement development and the current political context of planning actions. The author argues that the only viable course for the future to ensure settlement development of a type which takes full account of the interests of society in general, which includes being fully committed to the principle of sustainable development, is to persist in the use of legally binding planning instruments. In addition to the need for planning instruments to be subjected to continuous review and adjustment, there is also the need for more informal companions to the formal instruments of planning, and equally for them to be supplemented by the use of economic instruments and contractual agreements.

Open Access

The Future Utility of the Instruments of Planning Law for Sustainable Settlement Development

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 255 - 258

Abstract

Abstract

Ensuring that the instruments of planning law are a suitable means of contributing to the aim of sustainable settlement development requires that these instruments should be revised and improved continuously to incorporate the merits of instruments which have proved their worth. The demands now being made of spatial planning and plan implementation and which need to be taken into account are explored from eight different perspectives. The instruments created by the 1998 Federal Regional Planning Act (ROG) are attested to have future utility; the author insists that it is now vital for the federal states in Germany to follow up on this initial step by showing an equal level of commitment in translating this legislative framework into concrete provisions in state planning legislation.

Open Access

Desuburbanisation through the Uncoordinated Designation of Housing Land

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 259 - 272

Abstract

Abstract

Taking as an example the situation pertaining in Lower Saxony between 1992 and 1997 regarding the designation of land for residential developments, this article shows that in particular outside urban regions and on the fringes of rural regions the consumption of land for settlement purposes is taking place in an uncoordinated fashion. Consequently, in the century before us we can look forward to a continuation of the desuburbanisation process in urban regions. The effect of this is that rural areas now need to promote co-operative, network-based and process-orientated procedural models of regional planning. These will allow us to establish to what extent the municipalities in rural regions are pursuing the principle of poly-centric concentration and are displaying an orientation towards a mid-ranking regional centre, or are choosing for orientation the metropolitan centres of more distant urban regions.

Open Access

What Contribution can Regional Planning Capable Make to the Implementation of a „Sustainable” Approach to Securing the Supply of Raw Materials?

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 273 - 283

Abstract

Abstract

The current paradigm guiding regional planning is that of sustainable spatial development. Among the challenges this poses is the task of both controlling the extraction of and securing the supply of raw materials found close to the surface. In the context of this extremely fraught task, this article discusses rules for dealing with natural assets. It is increasingly coming to be accepted that, in same form or other, natural resources have to be managed. Since the Junction of spatial planning consists in ordering and safeguarding types of land use, the contribution it might possibly make to resource management would appear initially to be negligible indeed. However, with regard to certain raw materials (sand and gravel) there is considerable scope for action within spatial planning.

Open Access

City Networks – Expectations and Reality from an Ecological Perspective

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 284 - 290

Abstract

Abstract

Closer inspection of remarks which have been made on the subject of “city networks” reveals the expectations pinned to the creation and development of city networks in discussions on regional planning policy to be both great and varied. A three-year study was undertaken to establish the extent to which these expectations are indeed being met in the actual outcomes of partnerships within existing city networks. The overall results reveal a major discrepancy between the underlying spatialplanning goals and the concrete results of co-operation.

Kurzberichte aus Praxis und Forschung

Open Access

Flächenhaushaltspolitik

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 291 - 293

Abstract

Open Access

Europäischer Universitätslehrgang für Regionalentwicklung (EUR): Rahmenbedingungen, Struktur und Zielsetzungen

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 294 - 299

Abstract

Neue Literatur

Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 299 - 300

Abstract

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 301 - 302

Abstract

Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jul 1999
Page range: 303 - 322

Abstract

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