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Traditional Dutch landscape under threat
Date:12/17/2008

viable by consolidating government land and leasing it for a low price. However, the financial resources required for such an approach are considerable. New concepts such as cross-subsidy strategies, in which the profits from new developments are invested in green areas, are suitable for less attractive landscapes with a minimal recreational function, but do not usually contribute to the retention of a green area with cultural historic value. Merely the suspicion that new developments are possible can push up land prices and threaten the landscape.

Money and rules from the government

Van Rij is of the opinion that the Dutch central government has a critical role to play in preserving green areas because it is in a position to make budgets available and make new legislation. Dutch municipalities and landowners usually tend to choose in favour of new developments.


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Contact: Evelien van Rij
h.e.vanrij@tudelft.nl
31-152-782-555
Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research
Source:Eurekalert

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