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Rotterdam open stad : Gebiedsontwikkeling in de praktijk

Author: Ben Maandag; Koos Hage; Hans Werlemann
Publisher: Rotterdam : Post Editions, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : DutchView all editions and formats
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Rotterdam must become both an economically strong and attractive residential city. This is the ambition the municipal executive laid down in the Rotterdam urban vision 2030. To realise this ambition, thirteen very important project areas have been designated in the urban vision to initiate processes at a faster pace. The common denominator of the ten VIP areas described in this book is area development.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ben Maandag; Koos Hage; Hans Werlemann
ISBN: 9789460830044 9460830048
OCLC Number: 505750006
Description: 160 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Other Titles: Rotterdam open city :
Responsibility: redactie, Ben Maandag en Koos Hage ; fotografie, Hans Werlemann = Rotterdam open city : urban area development in practice / editors, Ben Maandag en Koos Hage ; photography, Hans Werlemann.

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Rotterdam must become both an economically strong and attractive residential city. This is the ambition the municipal executive laid down in the Rotterdam urban vision 2030. To realise this ambition, thirteen very important project areas have been designated in the urban vision to initiate processes at a faster pace. The common denominator of the ten VIP areas described in this book is area development.

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