Het Gewestelijk plan Zuid-Holland-West en de opkomst van de regionale planning in Nederland

Translated title of the contribution: The Regional Plan for Zuid-Holland-West

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Abstract

In the spring of 1929 an exhibition of the Regional Plan for Zuid-Holland-West, the western part of the Dutch province of Zuid-Holland, was opened in The Hague. Unlike suggested by the exposition's title, the presentation was not about a plan, but about a survey: a set of data to be used as the basis for the design of a regional plan. In the Netherlands, the results of this kind of research had never been shared with the public before. The survey did not lead directly to the drafting of a regional plan for the region, but following the survey, two (unpublished) research reports for a regional plan for IJsselmonde and Westland were drawn up. The exhibited survey has also been of important relevance to the professionalization and scientific approach of urban and regional planning.
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)77-87
Number of pages11
JournalHistorisch Geografisch Tijdschrift
Volume33
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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