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Half a Million Witnesses: The Success (and Failure?) of Dutch Urbanization Strategy
ANDREAS FALUDI and ARNOLD VAN DER VALK
Built Environment (1978-)
Vol. 17, No. 1, Fifty Years of Dutch National Physical Planning (1991), pp. 43-52
Published by: Alexandrine Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23286789
Page Count: 10
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Dutch urbanization strategy first formulated in the 1950s has led to the development of growth centres. As a result, half a million Dutch people have moved to where government policy said that they should. This paper traces the formulation and implementation of the growth-centres policy.
Built Environment (1978-) © 1991 Alexandrine Press