Posts Tagged ‘Land take’

Tackling Brownfields and Land-Take in Europe

Brownfields are an inherent feature of most, if not all, cities around the globe.  They all have a potential contribution to make the long-term success of their city. However, if they are ignored, brownfield sites can become the focus of social and economic problems. The 4th International Conference on Managing Urban Land celebrated progress, almost […]

By URBACT, on November 3rd, 2014 at 14:41

Land Take and Industrial Added Value: a Compass for the USEAct Project

To reduce land take and to develop the re-use of urban areas is an aim that can be achieved with adequate integration of many tools, both direct and indirect, at different levels. The frameworks of national legislation and regional planning can play important roles, giving guidelines and implementation regulations for the cities. Creating planning tools […]

By URBACT, on November 18th, 2013 at 16:28