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

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Volume 66 (2008): Issue 1 (January 2008)

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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10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Global environmental change, natural hazards, vulnerability and disaster resilience

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 5 - 22

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change and the increase of extreme weather events (floods, storms etc.) are signals of global environmental change, which implies new challenges for spatial planning. The paper examines how spatial planning and particularly regional planning focuses on natural hazards and vulnerability. Based on the example of flooding and preventive flood protection it shows that the current focus in planning lies mainly on the hazard rather than on the vulnerability. This is problematic due to the fact that climate change implies changes within the frequency and intensity of flood events. Thus the static focus on a 100 years flood event is misleading. Therefore it is essential to shift the focus and to take into account the vulnerability of society and that of different land uses. The paper discusses fundamentals and key terms. It shows how the concept of vulnerability can be made mare concrete for spatial planning.

access type Open Access

From the „ville en crise“ to Metropolitan European Growth Area: current transformation processes of the metropolitan region Marseille – Aix-en-Provence

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 23 - 35

Abstract

Abstract

The seaport Marseille fought for decades with the image of a “ville en crise” after losing the colonial overseas markets. The planning of a free-trade-area in the Mediterranean region as well as the changeing of paradigms in the French regional planning system led to significant dynamics. This correlated with one of the most ambitious urban renewal projects (Euroméditerranée) in Europe. The great cities of the Mediterranean region play an important role for the achievement of the Lisbon strategy. In close co-operation with adjoining communities the metropolitan region Marseille-Aix-en-Provence strives for a key position in the northern part of the Mediterranean.

access type Open Access

A Methodological Concept for Territorial Impact Assessment Applied to Three EU Environmental Policy Elements

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 36 - 51

Abstract

Abstract

EU policies require either impact assessment or evaluation, depending on the character of the policy elements. A relatively new requirement is the need to assess the territorial impacts of a policy as proposed in the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) and promoted by the European Spatial Planning Observation Network (ESPON) 2006 programme. Territorial impact assessment (TIA) is defined as “a tool for assessing the impact of spatial development against spatial policy objectives or prospects for an area” (European Communities 2000). This paper summarises and further develops basic work on TIA and presents a methodological concept and the first results of such a TIA approach, applying it to EU environmental policy (civil protection, water, biodiversity).

access type Open Access

Transport costs of the suburbanisation of private households

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 52 - 62

Abstract

Abstract

Location-specific costs are of major significance for a private househol’s location decisions. The paper estimates the additional transport costs a household has to face as a consequence of residential suburbanisation. The major components of these costs are changes in household motorisation and travel distances covered by specific modes. The results indicate significant increases in transport costs as an effect of suburbanisation. The increase is particularly strong for employees and households purchasing (an) additional automobile(s). A household composed of one employee and one non-employed individual who purchases one additional car has to expect additional transport costs ranging between 350 and 400 € per month, depending on the chosen location.

access type Open Access

Unified regional planning for the Ruhr conurbation: A model for success?

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 63 - 75

Abstract

Abstract

Responsibilities for regional planning in the Ruhr conurbation have now been assigned to the Ruhr Regional Association (RVR). This represents an important step towards giving greater attention to the needs of the entire region. This is an essential step, given the increasing competition among potential operating locations. RVR, acting as the regional planning unit, will face a balancing act between individual municipalities’ own interests and the interests of the Ruhr as a whole. The success achieved by RVR will depend on its attaining universal acceptance and applying political skills. The Ruhr metropolitan area, as defined by the RVR boundaries, is far better equipped than any single town or city to maintain a viable position as potential operating sites contending internationally for investors’ favour.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Article

access type Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 92 - 92

Abstract

Erratum

access type Open Access

Errata

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 93 - 93

Abstract

access type Open Access

Errata

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 93 - 94

Abstract

10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Global environmental change, natural hazards, vulnerability and disaster resilience

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 5 - 22

Abstract

Abstract

Climate change and the increase of extreme weather events (floods, storms etc.) are signals of global environmental change, which implies new challenges for spatial planning. The paper examines how spatial planning and particularly regional planning focuses on natural hazards and vulnerability. Based on the example of flooding and preventive flood protection it shows that the current focus in planning lies mainly on the hazard rather than on the vulnerability. This is problematic due to the fact that climate change implies changes within the frequency and intensity of flood events. Thus the static focus on a 100 years flood event is misleading. Therefore it is essential to shift the focus and to take into account the vulnerability of society and that of different land uses. The paper discusses fundamentals and key terms. It shows how the concept of vulnerability can be made mare concrete for spatial planning.

access type Open Access

From the „ville en crise“ to Metropolitan European Growth Area: current transformation processes of the metropolitan region Marseille – Aix-en-Provence

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 23 - 35

Abstract

Abstract

The seaport Marseille fought for decades with the image of a “ville en crise” after losing the colonial overseas markets. The planning of a free-trade-area in the Mediterranean region as well as the changeing of paradigms in the French regional planning system led to significant dynamics. This correlated with one of the most ambitious urban renewal projects (Euroméditerranée) in Europe. The great cities of the Mediterranean region play an important role for the achievement of the Lisbon strategy. In close co-operation with adjoining communities the metropolitan region Marseille-Aix-en-Provence strives for a key position in the northern part of the Mediterranean.

access type Open Access

A Methodological Concept for Territorial Impact Assessment Applied to Three EU Environmental Policy Elements

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 36 - 51

Abstract

Abstract

EU policies require either impact assessment or evaluation, depending on the character of the policy elements. A relatively new requirement is the need to assess the territorial impacts of a policy as proposed in the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) and promoted by the European Spatial Planning Observation Network (ESPON) 2006 programme. Territorial impact assessment (TIA) is defined as “a tool for assessing the impact of spatial development against spatial policy objectives or prospects for an area” (European Communities 2000). This paper summarises and further develops basic work on TIA and presents a methodological concept and the first results of such a TIA approach, applying it to EU environmental policy (civil protection, water, biodiversity).

access type Open Access

Transport costs of the suburbanisation of private households

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 52 - 62

Abstract

Abstract

Location-specific costs are of major significance for a private househol’s location decisions. The paper estimates the additional transport costs a household has to face as a consequence of residential suburbanisation. The major components of these costs are changes in household motorisation and travel distances covered by specific modes. The results indicate significant increases in transport costs as an effect of suburbanisation. The increase is particularly strong for employees and households purchasing (an) additional automobile(s). A household composed of one employee and one non-employed individual who purchases one additional car has to expect additional transport costs ranging between 350 and 400 € per month, depending on the chosen location.

access type Open Access

Unified regional planning for the Ruhr conurbation: A model for success?

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 63 - 75

Abstract

Abstract

Responsibilities for regional planning in the Ruhr conurbation have now been assigned to the Ruhr Regional Association (RVR). This represents an important step towards giving greater attention to the needs of the entire region. This is an essential step, given the increasing competition among potential operating locations. RVR, acting as the regional planning unit, will face a balancing act between individual municipalities’ own interests and the interests of the Ruhr as a whole. The success achieved by RVR will depend on its attaining universal acceptance and applying political skills. The Ruhr metropolitan area, as defined by the RVR boundaries, is far better equipped than any single town or city to maintain a viable position as potential operating sites contending internationally for investors’ favour.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Article

access type Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 92 - 92

Abstract

Erratum

access type Open Access

Errata

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 93 - 93

Abstract

access type Open Access

Errata

Published Online: 31 Jan 2008
Page range: 93 - 94

Abstract

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