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Hans Mommaas at the Planologielezing

‘Planners of the world unite!'

Date:28 May 2018
Author:Brandt de Vries

Public spatial planning lecture by Hans Mommaas, general director of the PBL. Exploring possible futures, about the promising role of planning and design in times of transition - 18th of May 2018

Prof. Maarten Hajer

Planning as futuring

Date:29 March 2018

You can be interested in planning, but if you want to know how it works, you should just be at the tops of politics. This is how prof. Maarten Hajer, a prof by a special appointment at Utrecht University, started his speech. Making planning great again, and...

Kristof van Assche

Spatial Planning Lecture by Prof. Kristof van Assche

Date:09 March 2018
Author:Ciska Ulug

The reality effects of policy and planning
Despite attempts by policy makers and planners, there is always a discrepancy between what is laid out on paper and what is translated into reality. While the unrealistic expectations of this technical rational approach...

Ferenc van Damme

Eliminate the citizen?

Date:29 November 2017
Author:Thai Van Quoc Nguyen

A glance at Ferenc van Damme’s punny title for his presentation suggests a resemblance to the Canadian thinker Marshall McLuhan’s antimodernist exclamation: ‘Our only hope is apocalypse’. Intellectual preferences aside, one could not help but ask about the...

Planning lecture prof. Jeekel

Rethinking Car Dependence: Public Spatial Planning Lecture by Hans Jeekel

Date:27 November 2017

Municipalities that strive for sustainability simultaneously plan highly mono-functional areas that create a high degree of car dependency. In a church (Doopsgezinde Kerk) filled to the brim with students and staff of the Faculty of Spatial Sciences, professor...