PLPR 2015 Presentations

 

The available presentations of PLPR 2015 Conference are listed below. Please note that the presentations are organized alphabetically (last name of first author). For more information please visit the Program and Book of Abstracts.

 

  1. The coding turn in urban and regional planning-Nurit Alfasi

  2. Management practices in executing urban projects involving several landowners-Joana Almeida, José Antunes Ferreira, Beatriz Condessa, Ricardo Tomé

  3. Spatial and Urban Legislative Reforms in Greece-Efi Antoniou, Nancy Kapoula, Fani Samara

  4. The procedural aspects of the right to environment in the light of the Aarhus Convention-Maria- Athanasia Bakalianou, Olga Christopoulou

  5. Settlements smaller than 2.000 inhabitants (<2.000 inh.) in Greece: Statutory framework for building and preservation. Impact on the quality of life in the villagesSettlements smaller than 2.000 inhabitants (<2.000 inh.) in Greece: Statutory framework for building and preservation. Impact on the quality of life in the villages-Christina Bezante, Ivi Nanopoulou, Irini Tsakiropoulou

  6. The Delivering Mechanism of Disaster-Prevention Urban Renewal in Tainan City -Tzu-Yuan Stessa Chao, Yun Chi Yo

  7. Three options for dealing with corruption in the planning fieldThree options for dealing with corruption in the planning field-Francesco Chiodelli, Stefano Moroni 

  8. Leisure Law’s Lost (paraphrasing Shakespeare): The case of leisure planning in Athens, Greece-Alex Deffner

  9. Disaster reduction and climate change for coastal cities: adapting planning laws for environmental challenges-Safira De La Sala

  10. Comparing Israeli Farmers Land Rights against FAO's Tenure GuidelinesComparing Israeli Farmers Land Rights against FAO's Tenure Guidelines-Micha Drori 

  11. Planning indicators for the sustainable development of mountainous areas-Vasileios J. Giannoulas, Vasileios C. Drosos, Nikolaos S. Karantzidis, Athanasios Koungolos, Harry Coccossis

  12. Environmental Commitments of Forest Roads’ Opening-up-Vasileios J. Giannoulas, Anastasia G. Stergiadou, Vasileios C. Drosos, Kosmas-Aristotelis Doucas

  13. Ladders and snakes: juridification of planning as a byproduct of Dutch urbanization policyadders and snakes: juridification of planning as a byproduct of Dutch urbanization policy-David Evers

  14. The Time Factor in Italian Planning-Enzo Falco, Paolo Scattoni

  15. Analysis of Legislation and Jurisprudence on Municipal Taxation and Land Use in El Salvador (1993-2013)-Carlos E. Ferrufino

  16. Formalization of Housing Forms and Housing Developments in Ho Chi Minh City, A Fast Growing City in the Transitional Economy-Shigeru Fukushima, Van Thanh Le

  17. LULUs (Locally Unwanted Land Uses) and NIMBY (Not In My Backyard) issues: property, residence and public participation-Myrto Galani, Konstantinos Lalenis

  18. Cultural image: the Greek communities of Çeşme and Alaçati in Asia Minor-Kleoniki Gkioufi, Anastasia Bourlidou, Eleni G.Gavra

  19. Implementation Act, Urban Planning and Proprietary Rights: A Case-Study-Marios Haidarlis, I. Stampoultzi

  20. Building bridges, not walls: Public places in Derry/Londonderry-Keith Henry, Heather Ritchie, Greg Lloyd

  21. Local Government Reforms and Perceptions of Local Actors: Evidence from Eastern Macedonia and Thrace-Panos Ioannidis

  22. Unlocking the lock-in of the Amsterdam space tragedy: Towards a new understanding of property development in oversupply circumstances-Leonie Janssen-Jansen

  23. An Alternative Theory of Regulatory Takings in Canada-Eran Kaplinsky

  24. The Green Heart and development control: is a Green Heart attack eminent?-Willem K. Korthals Altes

  25. Comparing the existing spatial frameworks in Cyprus Island-Miltos Lakkotrypis 

  26. Wakfs in Greece: complexities and disputes regarding a legal, political, and architectural heritage issue-Konstantinos Lalenis

  27. Urban regimes and exchanges of policy resources in Swiss metropolises-Sébastien Lambelet

  28. The water management in the periurban space of Larisa – Volos: Informal Common or informal commodity? The case of Nikaia and Melivoia-Vasilis Letsios, Chryssanthi Petropoulou

  29. Urban Regeneration in Turkish Context: An Evaluation through the Regulations and Legal Frameworks-Tolga Levent

  30. A Critical Evaluation of Turkish Legislative Structure: The Problems of Integrating Archaeological Sites into Urban Context-Yasemin Sarıkaya Levent

  31. China’s National Urban Planning Law and Its Role in Local Urban Planning Practices-Zhi Liu

  32. Planning, Provocation, Provenance and the Rule of Law-Greg Lloyd

  33. From Business Improvement to Park Improvement Districts: implications of the realignment of property rights-Greg Lloyd, Leonie Janssen-Jansen, Deborah Peel

  34. The Europeanization of the territoritory. Towards a European, land use, silent revolution?The Europeanization of the territoritory. Towards a European, land use, silent revolution?-Marta Lora-Tamayo Vallvé

  35. The Global Spreado Private Communities: A cross-cultural comparison of private residential neighborhoods and their impact on land planning, regulation and public governance-Dwight H. Merriam

  36. Taking time: the temporal logics of private and public sector development agreements and retail-led regeneration-Edward Mitchell

  37. Land ownership as an (in)surmountable obstacle for the implementation of detailed plans: Challenges for the Portuguese planning framework-Marco Rodrigues, Beatriz Condessa, Ana Morais de Sá

  38. The connection between of a new composite accessibility measure and the individual activity space in the urban areaThe connection between of a new composite accessibility measure and the individual activity space in the urban area-Fotini Moustou, Yorgos Photis, Vasilis Vasiloglou 

  39. Finance of public infrastructure after the economic crisis and the role of indirect instruments of value capturing in the Netherlands-Erwin v/d Krabben, Demetrio Muñoz Gielen

  40. Socio-economic and environmental maritime drivers in the Adriatic-Ionian region and their connection to the legal and policy framework-Harry Coccossis, Theodora Papatheochari, Theofilos Kyratsoulis, Spyros Niavis, Dania Abdul Malak, Christoph Schröder, Antonio Sanchez

  41. Climate Changes, Adaptation Strategy and Property Rights Development in SerbiaClimate Changes, Adaptation Strategy and Property Rights Development in Serbia-Dušan Nikolić 

  42. Spatial Planning and Land Use in Serbia-Sofija Nikolic

  43. Quantifying the Normative Objectives of Planning Law? An Exploratory, Quantitative Study in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa-Mark Oranje, Elsona van Huyssteen, Dumisani Ndaba, Gerbrand Mans, Alize le Roux

  44. Born free… to roam the City? An exploratory study of the awareness, concerns and ideals for land reform, agrarian transformation and rural development amongst the ‘next generation’ of (young) development planners in South Africa-Mark Oranje, Sanell Venter, Albert Ferreria

  45. Motion in the Ocean: How Climate Change Has Impacted Our Ocean’s Jurisdictional Zones-Geoffrey Ostrove

  46. When Property Law Advances into Uncharted Territories: Echoes of the Common-Pool Resources Theory before the Italian Supreme Court-Alessandro Palmieri 

  47. Towards Constrained Autonomy? Scotland's National Performance Framework and Local Community Planning-Deborah Peel

  48. Judicial Decisions and the Role of Law in Urban Reform: some reflections based on the Colombian experience-Catalina Villegas del Castillo, Juan Felipe Pinilla

  49. Wine terroir and cultural heritage protection in rural areas: The case of Nemea and Basto wine regions-José Duarte Ribeiro

  50. Comments on the new framework for the encouragement of tourist investments during the period of the economic crisis 2009-2014. Necessity, effectiveness and consequences of applied policies-Efi Sarantakou, Paris Tsartas

  51. Conflicted property rights: assessing compensation for surface land holders impacted by subsurface coal seam gas exploration and mining rights-John Sheehan

  52. "Legal" and "illegal" Roma housing settlements in Greece-Αngeliki-Vasiliki Sideri

  53. Strengthening our enforcement regime: An overview of recent enforcement reforms in New South Wales-Hamish Sinclair

  54. MSP directive: A watered down framework or the beginning of a new era of marine governance in the EU?MSP directive: A watered down framework or the beginning of a new era of marine governance in the EU?-Niko Soininen 

  55. The promotion of a new spatial organization model for tourism through organized receptors of tourism activities -Sofia Avgerinou-Kolonias, Anastasia Toufengopoulou, Ioannis Spyropoulos

  56. Indicators for planning sustainable development based on road networkIndicators for planning sustainable development based on road network-Anastasia G. Stergiadou, Olga Christopoulou 

  57. Valuation cultures and the English planning system: Governing the development viability appraisal process-Emma Street, P. Wyatt

  58. Infrastructure Exactions and Unconstitutional Conditions in the United States-Edward J. Sullivan

  59. An emerging phenomenon of informal settlement in China: Small Property Rights Housing in urban villages and peri-urban areas-Li Sun, Peter Ho

  60. The principles of a loosely coupled system of cost recovery for public infrastructure. A comparison of The Netherlands, Germany, France, UK and Belgium-Joost Tennekes, Niels Sorel, Fred Hobma

  61. Spatial planning and climate change: the case of regional and metropolitan planning in Greece-Elisavet Thoidou

  62. Diversification of the tourist product in Greece and creation of new tourist areas: Wishful thinking or a realistic objective of the new spatial planning for tourism?-Sofia Avgerinou-Kolonias, Anastasia Toufengopoulou, Ioannis Spyropoulos

  63. Methodological aspects of the INDIGO research project: transdisciplinary problematization and action research in understanding the governance of land use rights-Pieter Van den Broeck, Annette Kuhk, Frank Moulaert

  64. Can legislative intervention achieve spatial justice?-Jeannie van Wyk

  65. Local Spatial Planning (LSP) in Greece: The experience of General Development Plans (G.D.P.)/S.H.O.O.A.P./Law 2508/97, as a tool of implementation for LSP-Soultana Vezyriannidou, Christina Bezante

  66. Carrying Capacity and Sustainable Urban Development-Panagiotis Voulellis, Konstantinos Serraos

  67. Controversial Land Ownership and Planning in Contested LandsControversial Land Ownership and Planning in Contested Lands-Hassina Nafa, Balkiz Yapicioglu 

  68. Τhe Greek Planning Reform: a response to or part of a longstanding crisis?-Athena Yiannakou

  69. Strategic Environmental Assessment: a useful tool or just an additional procedure in the spatial planning system?-Dimitra-Vasiliki Angelopoulou, Athena Yiannakou, Pericles Latinopoulos

  70. The Retreat of the Social Housing Sector in Greece. A Review of Policies and Outcomes-Alexandra Zamani, Alexandros Grigoriadis, Eleftheria Safiolea

  71. The Legal View Over Parcels’ Coalescence and Segmentation as Parameters of the Off - Plan Building in Greece-Christos C. Zavraklis, Alexios A. Oikonomou

  72. Expropriation and Amendments in the city plan: Urban and open spaces for a sustainable built environment and/or property right disputesExpropriation and Amendments in the city plan: Urban and open spaces for a sustainable built environment and/or property right disputes-Triantafyllos Kalliakoudas, Fotini Zigouri 

  73. Property Rights in Classical Political Economy-Michael S. Zouboulakis