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Instruments of land policy : dealing with scarcity of land

Author: Jean-David Gerber; Thomas Hartmann; Andreas Hengstermann
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018. ©2018
Series: Urban planning and environment
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-David Gerber; Thomas Hartmann; Andreas Hengstermann
ISBN: 9781138201514 1138201510
OCLC Number: 1007090378
Description: ix, 360 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: I PrefaceForewordRachelle AltermanPrefaceII Introduction1 Land, scarcity, and property rightsThomas HartmannJean-David Gerber2 Land policy - how to deal with scarcity of landJean-David GerberAndreas HengstermannFrancois-Xavier Viallon3 Instruments of land policy - four types of interventionAndreas HengstermannThomas HartmannIII REGULATING LAND USES WITHOUT IMPACTING PROPERTY RIGHTS4 Reference land values in Germany: Land policy by market transparencyWinrich VossJoern BannertA Swedish perspective on reference land values: Transparency by tax policyThomas KalbroLeif NorellA Taiwan perspective on reference land values: The hare and the hedgehogs - chasing real price levels with public market informationTzuyuan Stessa Chao5 Added value capturing in Switzerland: How much is enough?Francois-Xavier ViallonA Dutch perspective on added value capture: How far can you go?Erwin van der KrabbenA British perspective on added value capture: Ups and downs during its historyJanet Askew6 Land taxation in Estonia: An efficient instrument of land policy for land scarcity, equity, and ecologyFabian ThielFabian WennerA German perspective on land taxation: Political inertia and debates on social and distributional aspectsDirk LoehrA British perspective on land taxation: Politically unpopularAntonia LayardIV STEERING LAND USES THROUGH REGULATION IMPACTING PROPERTY RIGHTS7 Negotiated land use plans in the Netherlands: A central instrument in Dutch `active' and `passive' land policyJoost TennekesAn Austrian perspective on negotiated land use plans: A means for municipalities to mobilise building landAlois HumerA Canadian perspective on negotiated land use plans: Discretionary zoning in VancouverMarko Marskamp8 Urban growth boundary in the USA: Managing land scarcity in the Portland regionEdward J. SullivanA Dutch perspective on urban growth boundaries: From containing to stimulating growthLeonie Janssen-JansenWendy TanA German perspective on urban growth boundaries: The answer of comprehensive regional planningMartin Wickel9 Land readjustment in Portugal: Theoretically attractive but eternally postponed in practiceBeatriz CondessaAna Morais de SaJoana AlmeidaJose Antunes FerreiraA German perspective on land readjustment: A proper instrument of modern urban governance for efficient land useTheo KoetterA Dutch perspective on land readjustment: Not very practical for planner's paradiseSanne Holtslag-Broekhof10 Building obligations in Switzerland: Overcoming the passivity of plan implementationAndreas HengstermannA German perspective on building obligations: Planning professionals try to rememberMichael KolocekA US-American perspective on obligations to build: Planning professionals would be shockedHarvey M. JacobsV REDEFINING PROPERTY RIGHTS TO STEER LAND USES11 Pre-emption rights in France: Disputes over pre-emptions and the `land scarcity'Melot RomainA Swiss perspective on pre-emption rights: Impact without applicationStephane NahrathA Serbian perspective on pre-emption rights: Change that was necessary?Sofija Nikolic12 Tradable development rights in the US: Making zoning flexible through market mechanismsThomas SkuzinskiEvangeline LinkousAn Israelian perspective on TDR: Trading for protectingNir MualamA Canadian Perspective on TDR: You call that a "market"?Eran S. Kaplinsky13 Long-term land leases in France: An instrument to address scarcity of social housingSonia GueltonVincent Le RouzicA Swiss perspective on time-limited property rights: Strategic use for active land policyJean-David GerberAn Australian perspective on heritable building rights: Paramount property rightsRebecca Leshinsky VI REDISTRIBUTING PROPERTY RIGHTS TO STEER LAND USES14 Strategic land banking in the Netherlands: Experiencing Dutch dilemmasTejo SpitA British perspective on strategic land banking: Critical voices on land bankingDeborah PeelA U.S. American Perspective on land banking: Just not the American wayRichard K. Norton15 Expropriation for urban development purposes in German: Consider very carefully before using itJuliane AlbrechtA Dutch perspective on expropriation: The pragmatic wayBarrie NeedhamA U.S. American perspective on expropriation: A radically different viewDan Tarlock16 Nationalization of land in Scotland: Private property and the public interestGreg LloydA Czech perspective on nationalization of land: The post-socialist viewJirina JilkovaA Greek perspective on nationalization of land: Kilt and fustanella - same principle, different coloursKonstantinos LalenisVI Conclusion17 Planning with or against property rightsJean-David GerberThomas HartmannAndreas Hengstermann
Series Title: Urban planning and environment
Responsibility: Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmann, and Andreas Hengstermann.


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