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Zivilgesellschaft: Integration oder Kräftezerren in Planungsprozessen?

Civil society: integration or wasted energy in planning processes?
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Growe, Anna; Zimmermann, Thomas

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Corporate Editor Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung - Leibniz-Forum für Raumwissenschaften
Abstract The article is an introduction to the work and discussion of the workshop “Civil society: integration or wasted energy in planning processes?”. On the one hand, the article focuses on several conjunctions between the heterogeneous requirements of the civil society and planning authorities. On the other hand, it discusses the conjunction of requirements in different planning processes (top-down or bottom-up). In addition, the authors discuss more abstract aspects of integration, and they question the impact of different pressure groups. Improving the quality of planning processes and planning contents should be the aim of integrating the civil society within planning processes. Furthermore, citizen participation in politics and in decision-making processes can be supported through involvement in planning processes.
Keywords spatial planning; planning process; civil society; participation; citizens' participation
Classification Area Development Planning, Regional Research
Collection Title Integration - Aktuelle Anforderungen und Strategien in der Stadt-, Raum- und Umweltplanung : 12. Junges Forum der ARL, 10. bis 12. Juni 2009 in Hamburg
Editor Matern, Antje; Löwis, Sabine von; Bruns, Antje
Conference 12. Junges Forum der ARL. Hamburg, 2009
Document language German
Publication Year 2010
Publisher Verl. d. ARL
City Hannover
Page/Pages p. 122-125
Series Arbeitsmaterial, 353
ISSN 0946-7807
ISBN 978-3-88838-353-3
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications