European Union Spatial Policy And Planning / R. H. Williams

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رقم التسجيلة 9521
نوع المادة book
ردمك 1853963054
رقم الطلب

HT 395 .E86 W56

المؤلف Williams, R. H

العنوان European Union Spatial Policy And Planning / R. H. Williams
بيانات النشر London: Paul Chapman Pub, 1996.
الوصف المادي 283 P
المحتويات / النص|ft=1&dd=C|df=toc.dat" alt="Counter" style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: "Times New Roman"; font-size: medium;">
Introducing the EU as a Jurisdiction and Planning Subject
The Quest for European Union
The Institutions and Powers of the EU
Language and Meaning
The Tower of Babel Problem
A Chronology of Spatial Policy Development
Ways of Looking at EU Space
The Cohesion and Structural Funds
The Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow
Hands across the Border
Networking, Lobbying and Crossborder Planning
Transport and Trans-European Networks
Environment Policy
Towards an Urban Policy
Europe 2000+ and the State of Policy Development
The Professions and Planning Practice
The European Functions of Local Planning Authorities
Future Agendas


This is a book about the place of spatial policy within an integrated Europe. It takes the perspective ′l′Europe mon pays′, rather than a specifically national view. It deals with the institutions, policy instruments and spatial planning, at the scale of Europe as a whole and of that of the European Union, and explains the logic behind them.

EU policies and programmes are already a familiar part of the working environment for professional planners and local planning authorities; for example the directive on the environmental assessment of projects, or the need to identify partners in other member states; or to join networks in order to participate in EU programmes; or to develop projects which qualify for ERDF or ESF grants. The Commission is increasingly recognized as part of the structure of government and network of government contacts, in the same way as national government departments.

To operate professionally in this context, to ′think European′ and to understand the implications of this policy context, as well as the continental spatial scale, presents a major challenge to all planners, students and planning educators. This book is written for those who need to know more about this new context. It is the product of the author′s several years′ experience of teaching EU spatial policy and the institutions responsible, to senior undergraduates and postgraduates.

The book is divided into four parts: Part One explains the powers and institutional structure of the EU. Part Two traces the emergence of a Europe-wide spatial policy, and describes the EU′s role in regional, environmental, transport, and urban planning. Part Three deals with the practical aspects of operating professionally in Europe and Part Four reviews the prospects for further policy development in the context of the 1996 IGC

المواضيع Regional planning - European Economic Community countries
Real estate development - European Economic Community countries
Land use, Urban - European Economic Community countries