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Spatial planning and strategy is a chair in the Department of Urbanism of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the Delft University of Technology. We are concerned with knowledge about the formulation, implementation and evaluation of strategic and urban planning tools - visions, strategies, plans and programmes.

Monthly archive May, 2022
New article by Luiz Carvalho:  Urban Analytics and City Science: Understanding the ramifications of segregation in the urban form in Brazilian cities

New article by Luiz Carvalho: Urban Analytics and City Science: Understanding the ramifications of segregation in the urban form in Brazilian cities

New article in Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science: understanding the ramifications of segregation in the urban form in Brazilian cities. A new article published as part of the PhD research of Luiz Carvalho Filho has been published in Environment and Planning B. The paper is available HERE. The paper was developed...
Complexity for Urbanism & Spatial Planning: lecture by Sharon Wohl (Iowa State University)

Complexity for Urbanism & Spatial Planning: lecture by Sharon Wohl (Iowa State University)

This two-part Seminar offers an introduction to principles of Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) and their relevance for the built environment. Complex Adaptive System theory is the approach used to explain a vast array of systems that involve interacting agents – ants in a colony, cells in an organism, or birds in a flock. These systems...
New paper in Cities: a historical perspective on the thorny relationship between spatial planning and flood risk management

New paper in Cities: a historical perspective on the thorny relationship between spatial planning and flood risk management

New paper based on the PhD thesis of Meng Meng (formerly at TUD, now at SCUT), has just been accepted for publication in Cities. It is available here: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2022.103702 This paper co-authored by Meng Meng, Marcin Dąbrowski, Liang Xiong and Dominic Stead explores the historical experience of Guangzhou’s spatial planning system striving for flood resilience...
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