Lecture by Dutch minister on spatial development
On March 11, Kajsa Ollongren, the Dutch minister of Interior and Kingdom Relations, will present the 20th public Planning lecture to be held at the University of Groningen. The title of her lecture is 'A Major Reconstruction'. The lecture will be subtitled in English.
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We present you the newly organized InPlanning publishing platform. InPlanning is a digital platform for sharing information on spatial planning: By country, Europe wide, and even beyond. InPlanning is now funded by the individual planning schools in The Netherlands and Belgium, being the universities of Ghent, Groningen, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Nijmegen and Wageningen.
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