More than simply an economic commodity, land is both a fundamental factor of production and a complex concept invoking community, cultural, historical, psychological and political characteristics. Land use planning is a means by which society seeks to regulate development, involving delicate relations between the state, the market and civil society. Michael Lloyd studies the provenance of and changes in land use planning practices to try and explain why contemporary planning has evoked sustained criticism and censure.
M.G. Lloyd: Provenance, Planning and New Parameters.
Prof. L.B. Janssen-Jansen (Wageningen UR)
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