Integrating heritage in land-use planning (along with case studies)

This module deals with the integration of natural and cultural heritage in land-use planning.Land-use planning pertains to aspects of landscape, societal values and governance; this is the point of reference for this module, along with the ‘floating’ attributions surrounding these core aspects.

Integrating heritage in land-use planning (along with case studies)

Content Index:

Integrating heritage in land-use planning
Introduction
Historical landscape and land-use planning
Planning philosophies
Historical component of Landscape or landscape and heritage
Ecological heritage as part of the landscape
Tension and the balance of ecological heritage in planning
Archaeological heritage as part of the landscape
Tension and balance of archaeological heritage in relation to planners
Combined strategies in land-use planning
Key success factors for combined strategies
Strategy of cooperation: Landscape Character Assessment
Socio-ecological systems
References
Land-use planning instruments
Systems and levels in spatial planning
Greenways
Land-use planning instruments at local, regional and national level
Policy plans and vision on infrastructure
International assemblies
Zoning plans
Urban planning
Landscape development plans
Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
References
Communication with planners
Common concepts and communicative methods
Frames of planners and heritage managers
References
Lobbying and societal values
Lobbying and advocacy
Heritage frames and society
References
Integrating heritage in land-use planning - Further Reading
Further Reading
Case Study: "Greenways" in Spain - an integrated project for natural and cultural heritage
Introduction
A brief history of Spain’s railways
The origin of a project: an inventory of neglected heritage
Kilometres of disused railways
Greenways across the country…
Strategies of dissemination
References
Further Reading
Case study: Manifattura Urbana Association
Introduction
Examples of implemented activities
Case Study: Involving stakeholders in urban planning strategy – Castle Hill in Grudziądz, Poland
Introduction
The Castle Hill in Grudziądz
The Castle Hill today
Conclusion
References
Case Study: Biocultural diversity in Lisbon’s urban planning
Introduction
Green urban spaces
City planning strategy
Dealing with stakeholders
References
Case Study: Landscape planning instruments - the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Forgotten Landscapes project
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)
The Landscape Partnership Scheme (LPS)
An LPS in action: the Forgotten Landscape Project (FLP)
References
Further Reading
Case Study: The Marker Wadden creation of islands
Introduction
Malleability and Framing
Marker Wadden in the Markermeer
Landscape Planning
Collaboration
Tension
Strategy for the Marker Wadden project
References
Further Reading