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InPlanning is the digital platform of Dutch planning schools for publications on spatial planning. We publish study books, PhD dissertations and special issues on (Dutch and Flemish) planning issues. Here you will find recent publications, books and articles of renowned spatial planning scientists.


Essay series

Essays Transitions in Planning

New Books

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Breek uit de bubbel

In dit boek vindt u de verschillende bijdragen voor de PlanDag 2022. De inzendingen van papers, opinies en praktijkbesprekingen in deze bundel zijn geordend naar de themasessies op de PlanDag. Read more ico

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Opening up the Planning Landscape

By describing 15 years of Actor-relational Approaches to Spatial Planning in Flanders, the Netherlands and Beyond, the book forms a showcase of the wide applicability of the actor-relational approach in enduring or deadlocked planning processes. Read more ico

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From efficiency to reduction

Tackling energy consumption in a cross disciplinary perspective. This book presents the results of the international research project CODALoop: Community Data Loop for Energy Conscious Lifestyles. Read more ico

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Meer met Meer

Bijdragen aan de Plandag 2019 onder het thema 'Meer met Meer'. De inzendingen van papers, opinies en praktijkbesprekingen zijn geordend naar de themasessies op de PlanDag. Read more ico

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Explaining Dutch Spatial Planning

By detailing the Dutch planning system and its cultures this book aims to show not only that we can identify distinct planning cultures across space and time, but also that planning cultures exist within one system. Read more ico

PhD Series

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Flooded with Expectations

This thesis addresses the complexity of increasing residents' involvement in flood risk governance and reduces that complexity by conveying a greater understanding of residents' perspectives. Read more ico

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(How) do flood-prone cities build resilience?

Urban resilience is almost unanimously identified as an inherently positive guiding principle in the risk reduction policy field. However, limited attention is paid to the learning dimension of resilience-building. Read more ico