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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.

Conferences
The spatial and social dimensions of circular economy - special sessions at RSA e-Festival

The spatial and social dimensions of circular economy – special sessions at RSA e-Festival

On 16-17 June we will have 4 sessions, co-organised with colleagues from our Faculty’s Management in the Built Environment department, on circular economy as part of the Regional Studies Association’s Regions in Recovery e-Festival. The sessions will include range of exciting new research presented, focusing on governance, spatial and social dimensions, as well post-COVID recovery. The...
Conference Measuring the Built Environment’s form and performance, University of Stavanger, Norway, September 2021

Conference Measuring the Built Environment’s form and performance, University of Stavanger, Norway, September 2021

The smart city research network of the University of Stavanger Norway is organising a scientific symposium, which will be held in Stavanger on September 22, 2021. Among the proposed panels, one focuses on Measuring the Built Environment’s form and performance. We think your research is relevant within this field, and we will be delighted of having you...
+ Consider to attend final session of the conference on 'Regional Design & Democracy'

+ Consider to attend final session of the conference on ‘Regional Design & Democracy’

Consider to visit the final discussion round during the conference Regional Design: A Transformative Approach to Planning, on 2 October 2020, from 16.10 -17.00. The title of the discussion is ‘Regional Design & Democracy’. It’s topic is inspired by observations of an erosion of democratic institutions. We – organizers of the conference – share a deep...
How to go to conference 'Regional Design: A Transformative Approach to Planning'

How to go to conference ‘Regional Design: A Transformative Approach to Planning’

Online Conference | 2nd of October 2020 on Regional Design: A Transformative Approach to Planning by AESOP Thematic Group on REGIONAL DESIGN Part of the Shaping Regional Futures Conference Series 2020 The AESOP Thematic Group Regional Design invites to the online conference “Regional Design: A Transformative Approach to Planning” – as part of the Shaping Regional...
Beyond REPAiR - H2020 REPAiR final (online) conference - registration open!

Beyond REPAiR – H2020 REPAiR final (online) conference – registration open!

The H2020 REPAiR project, led by Prof. Arjan van Timmeren and involving many of us a the Department of Urbanism and our Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment, is coming to an end soon. On Tuesday, the 13th of October 2020, between 09.00 and 17.15 CET a final online conference for the project will be held....
Call for abstracts + conference on regional design

Call for abstracts + conference on regional design

The AESOP Thematic Group Regional Design launched a call for abstracts @ Planning Practice and Research and invites to the related online conference “Regional Design: A Transformative Approach to Planning” – as part of the Shaping Regional Futures Conference Series 2020. The conference will take place 2nd of October 2020, and intends to discuss empirical...
SPS at AESOP 2019 Congress in Venice

SPS at AESOP 2019 Congress in Venice

SPS sent a large delegation to AESOP Congress in Venice, taking place from 9 to 13 July. We were delighted to take part in what was apparently the biggest planning conference in the world. Here is what we presented: THE POVERTY OF TERRITORIALISM. TOWARDS A NEO-MEDIEVAL PLANNING? (roundtable around A. Faludi’s new book) Faludi A., Cotella...
Presentation on Regional Design @ RSA-Russia Conference 2018

Presentation on Regional Design @ RSA-Russia Conference 2018

Verena Balz has given a presentation on regional design during the 2018 Regional Studies Association (RSA) Russian conference. The conference was held 22-23 October and took place within the Russian All Russia Strategic Forum in St Petersburg. The Forum is held annually since 2002 and has already firmly and justifiably gained the right to be regarded...
IPHS2018 Conference in Yokohama

IPHS2018 Conference in Yokohama

    SPS chair and the Urbanism Department were very well represented at the International Planning History Society 2018 Conference in the port city of Yokohama. Cinco Yu presented his PhD research on participation in urban regeneration in Taipei and Luiz Carvahlo Filho his work on planning codes and urban form. Moreover, Yu-Tzu Lin (Keats),...
H2020 COHESIFY project final conference

H2020 COHESIFY project final conference

The COHESIFY project (COHESIFY – Understanding the Impact of EU Cohesion Policy on European Identification), supported as part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, is coming to an end. The project kept busy a good part of our section (Marcin Dąbrowski, Ana Maria Fernandez Maldonado, Roberto Rocco, Dominic Stead, Wil Zonneveld and Vincent Nadin) and...
The Urbanisation of (In)justice - 16-18 May 2018 - The UN Buffer Zone in Nicosia

The Urbanisation of (In)justice – 16-18 May 2018 – The UN Buffer Zone in Nicosia

The University of Cyprus, Department of Architecture invites you to the annual meeting of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP)’s Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures, which will take place in the United Nations Buffer Zone in Nicosia in the period between 16th and 18th May 2018. This meeting is organised in...
Sharing Cities - Shaping Cities

Sharing Cities – Shaping Cities

Lidewij Tummers will be presenting at the Sharing cities – Shaping cities 2018 conference, organised by the Politechnico di Milano on 5+6 March 2018. The proposal “Low-carbon local initiative meets regional climate change policies: How to create effective synergies between local and regional agents of change?” was retained at an acceptance rate of about 20%...
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