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PhD Research. ‘Landscape Services’ as a Planning Concept for integrating landscape values in sustainable spatial development. 11 juni 2008 Jolande Termorshuizen. Structures. Function/Target. Values. Examples: protected species: policy a feeling of safety. Examples:

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PhD Research

‘Landscape Services’ as aPlanning Conceptfor integrating landscape values in sustainable spatial development

11 juni 2008

Jolande Termorshuizen

planned deliverables

Structures

Function/Target

Values

  • Examples:
  • protected species: policy
  • a feeling of safety
  • Examples:
  • certain area and configuration
  • area and location of trees
  • Examples:
  • specific target species
  • a specific lower chance of flooding
Planned deliverables
  • Conceptual framework  article
planned deliverables1
Planned deliverables
  • Implementation strategy  article
    • To operationalise framework
    • Developed in National Landscape ‘Het Groene Woud’
    • Reflect on planning process
case study hgw

Identity

Landscape services:

supply and demand

sustainable

development

spatial scale

shared organization

Case study HGW
  • Study planning steps:
    • Define steering principles
    • Define sub areas
    • Define services that contribute to the core qualities
    • Develop guidelines for services to support local projects
planned deliverables2
Planned deliverables
  • Evaluation of framework  article
    • How does the framework influence the planning process?
    • How do actors respond to it?
    • In National Landscape ‘Het Groene Woud’
    • Observe planning process
scientific relevance
Scientific relevance
  • Planning approach:
    • Connect knowledge on value to spatial changes via landscape functions (sustainable development)
      • Literature often don’t focus on the whole knowledge chain
    • Local to regional scale (decentralisation)
      • Information now often on national to global scale
    • Apply knowledge in planning processes
      • Little has been published on services & application in landscape planning
  • Knowledge developed together with actors
scientific relevance1
Scientific relevance
  • SELS key questions addressed
    • How can the concept of E&LS be applied to target setting, design and negotiation in spatial planning processes?
    • How can E&LS values be included in participatory decision making processes?
    • How can the concept of E&LS be better communicated to the relevant users?
inter national position
(Inter)national position
  • New approach
  • Research with an explorative character
highlight
Highlight
  • Questionnaire
    • Association with the term ‘landscape services’:
    • Everything from…to:
      • Unknown
      • Financial compensation
      • Management of landscape elements
    • Work to do!
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