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

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Volume 58 (2000): Issue 1 (January 2000)

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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9 Articles

Article

access type Open Access

Global Localities / Local Worlds

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 3 - 12

Abstract

Abstract

Is local politics not – or no longer – possible today? Hand in hand with the dissolution of localities as socially integrated communities, there has also been a dissolution of the traditional scope for action. This disintegration is heightened by current processes of socioeconomic and political restructuring. Scope for local action still has to be developed by linking the global and the local, the municipality and the civil society. Regime theory provides valuable assistance in helping us to comprehend this challenge. It shows that through establishing strategic exclusion mechanisms it is possible to co-ordinate productively the actions of a number of different protagonists, even in the absence of formal agreements or social integration.

access type Open Access

Between Efficiency and Balance

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 13 - 23

Abstract

Abstract

Regional policy in Switzerland is in the throes of upheaval. Within the context of regional development policy, this article attempts to outline the arguments in favour of the strict allocation perspective in respect of scarce resources. However, empirical reality tells a different story. Fiscal federalism is not able to deploy its full argument because of the existence of various spatial externalities; this provides justification for politics to provide redistribution measures to assist disadvantaged regions. However, redistribution should be organised efficiently. The multitude of interdependencies and spillovers between urban and rural spaces makes it almost impossible to make a clear-cut distinction in cost-benefit terms between favoured and disadvantaged areas and regions.

access type Open Access

Saarland's „Commercial Site Potential Model“

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 24 - 34

Abstract

Abstract

There is a need in spatial planning for transparent and intelligible methods of assessment and decision-making to deal with a range of complex issues. With the growing need and call for coordination at regional level, more and more importance is coming to be placed, in particular, on sound methods for identifying and assessing potential commercial sites as a basis for regional planning concepts. In considering the example of Saarland's “Commercial Site Potential Model”, this article outlines the development and application of such a model and discusses the experience gained in its application within the framework of this Land-wide study, paying special attention to GIS support.

access type Open Access

Planned Factory Outlet Centres in Germany

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 35 - 46

Abstract

Abstract

The sheer number of planning applications for factory outlet centres, representing for Germany a new type of commercial operation, and the impacts such developments are feared to exert have placed FOC at the centre of a controversial and frequently extremely heated debate. The paucity of the information currently available on projects currently in the planning stage in Germany provided the starting point for a diploma dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Spatial Planning at the University of Dortmund with the title ”Prospects of Factory Outlet Centres in Germany”. At the centre of this study was an empirical analysis (completed in March 1999) of the centres currently in planning. The findings of this study are reported in this article; however, in view of the rapid pace of developments in this field, in some respects the study has to be seen as no more than a snap-shot.

access type Open Access

Expert Reports on Factory Outlet Center

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 47 - 54

Abstract

Abstract

There is hardly a topic which has aroused as much controversial discussion over the last few years as factory outlet centres (FOCs) and attitudes towards them in spatial planning. An assortment of expert reports – in some cases conflicting in their findings and reflecting the goals and interests of the clients who commissioned them – have come to be a bone of contention both in public debate and before the courts. It is against this background that expert reports on FOCs have to be subjected to critical scrutiny. The main differences between these reports emerge in connection with the statements they contain on the evaluation of the range of goods on offer in FOCs and the potential for adjustment, on the definition of catchment areas, and on assessing the impacts of FOCs on existing shopping centres in the surrounding area.

access type Open Access

Regional Planning and Golf

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 55 - 62

Abstract

Abstract

At present the question whether the construction of golf courses is defensible in spatial planning terms is predominantly evaluated according to suitability criteria of micro-locations, particularly from an ecological point of view, and less according to the suitability of macro-locations extending beyond municipal boundaries. Using the example of the regional plan for Munich, which is currently in the process of revision and updating, the article demonstrates that the argument of deregulation puts the previously clear statements on the admissibility of golf courses into question. The contribution develops regional planning criteria for the evaluation of potential golf course locations with reference to the broader regional context. In this respect the compatibility of golf courses with the character of the landscape and the recreational interests of the public is discussed, and criteria are suggested according to which certain macro-locations should be classified as being unsuitable for golf.

access type Open Access

Tendencies in spatial research

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 63 - 69

Abstract

Abstract

To prepare the research framework 2000–2005 of the Academy for Regional Research and Regional Planning, a search in relevant internet sources from the fields of research, consultancy and administration was carried out. The interpretation could not be absolutely representative since the information supply was very different. Nevertheless, some topics can be regarded as “big issues”: Implementation and design of sustainability, spatial development in the context of globalization of economy, politics and society, world wide connected cities and agglomerations, the effect of scientific progress, especially in information technology, transport and the changing role of the state and its institutions. Finally some conclusions are drawn concerning the investigation methods and how to deal with these big issues.

Neue Literatur

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 70 - 74

Abstract

access type Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 75 - 83

Abstract

9 Articles

Article

access type Open Access

Global Localities / Local Worlds

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 3 - 12

Abstract

Abstract

Is local politics not – or no longer – possible today? Hand in hand with the dissolution of localities as socially integrated communities, there has also been a dissolution of the traditional scope for action. This disintegration is heightened by current processes of socioeconomic and political restructuring. Scope for local action still has to be developed by linking the global and the local, the municipality and the civil society. Regime theory provides valuable assistance in helping us to comprehend this challenge. It shows that through establishing strategic exclusion mechanisms it is possible to co-ordinate productively the actions of a number of different protagonists, even in the absence of formal agreements or social integration.

access type Open Access

Between Efficiency and Balance

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 13 - 23

Abstract

Abstract

Regional policy in Switzerland is in the throes of upheaval. Within the context of regional development policy, this article attempts to outline the arguments in favour of the strict allocation perspective in respect of scarce resources. However, empirical reality tells a different story. Fiscal federalism is not able to deploy its full argument because of the existence of various spatial externalities; this provides justification for politics to provide redistribution measures to assist disadvantaged regions. However, redistribution should be organised efficiently. The multitude of interdependencies and spillovers between urban and rural spaces makes it almost impossible to make a clear-cut distinction in cost-benefit terms between favoured and disadvantaged areas and regions.

access type Open Access

Saarland's „Commercial Site Potential Model“

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 24 - 34

Abstract

Abstract

There is a need in spatial planning for transparent and intelligible methods of assessment and decision-making to deal with a range of complex issues. With the growing need and call for coordination at regional level, more and more importance is coming to be placed, in particular, on sound methods for identifying and assessing potential commercial sites as a basis for regional planning concepts. In considering the example of Saarland's “Commercial Site Potential Model”, this article outlines the development and application of such a model and discusses the experience gained in its application within the framework of this Land-wide study, paying special attention to GIS support.

access type Open Access

Planned Factory Outlet Centres in Germany

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 35 - 46

Abstract

Abstract

The sheer number of planning applications for factory outlet centres, representing for Germany a new type of commercial operation, and the impacts such developments are feared to exert have placed FOC at the centre of a controversial and frequently extremely heated debate. The paucity of the information currently available on projects currently in the planning stage in Germany provided the starting point for a diploma dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Spatial Planning at the University of Dortmund with the title ”Prospects of Factory Outlet Centres in Germany”. At the centre of this study was an empirical analysis (completed in March 1999) of the centres currently in planning. The findings of this study are reported in this article; however, in view of the rapid pace of developments in this field, in some respects the study has to be seen as no more than a snap-shot.

access type Open Access

Expert Reports on Factory Outlet Center

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 47 - 54

Abstract

Abstract

There is hardly a topic which has aroused as much controversial discussion over the last few years as factory outlet centres (FOCs) and attitudes towards them in spatial planning. An assortment of expert reports – in some cases conflicting in their findings and reflecting the goals and interests of the clients who commissioned them – have come to be a bone of contention both in public debate and before the courts. It is against this background that expert reports on FOCs have to be subjected to critical scrutiny. The main differences between these reports emerge in connection with the statements they contain on the evaluation of the range of goods on offer in FOCs and the potential for adjustment, on the definition of catchment areas, and on assessing the impacts of FOCs on existing shopping centres in the surrounding area.

access type Open Access

Regional Planning and Golf

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 55 - 62

Abstract

Abstract

At present the question whether the construction of golf courses is defensible in spatial planning terms is predominantly evaluated according to suitability criteria of micro-locations, particularly from an ecological point of view, and less according to the suitability of macro-locations extending beyond municipal boundaries. Using the example of the regional plan for Munich, which is currently in the process of revision and updating, the article demonstrates that the argument of deregulation puts the previously clear statements on the admissibility of golf courses into question. The contribution develops regional planning criteria for the evaluation of potential golf course locations with reference to the broader regional context. In this respect the compatibility of golf courses with the character of the landscape and the recreational interests of the public is discussed, and criteria are suggested according to which certain macro-locations should be classified as being unsuitable for golf.

access type Open Access

Tendencies in spatial research

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 63 - 69

Abstract

Abstract

To prepare the research framework 2000–2005 of the Academy for Regional Research and Regional Planning, a search in relevant internet sources from the fields of research, consultancy and administration was carried out. The interpretation could not be absolutely representative since the information supply was very different. Nevertheless, some topics can be regarded as “big issues”: Implementation and design of sustainability, spatial development in the context of globalization of economy, politics and society, world wide connected cities and agglomerations, the effect of scientific progress, especially in information technology, transport and the changing role of the state and its institutions. Finally some conclusions are drawn concerning the investigation methods and how to deal with these big issues.

Neue Literatur

access type Open Access

Rezensionen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 70 - 74

Abstract

access type Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 31 Jan 2000
Page range: 75 - 83

Abstract

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