Beyond financial value capturing? Interactions between value capturing and cooperation at the interface of road infrastructure and land use planning

Niels Heeres, Sander Lenferink, Taede Tillema, Jos Arts

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To deal with tensions between functional interrelatedness and institutional fragmentation, road infrastructure planning is increasingly interested in integrated planning approaches. From a value capture (VC) perspective, integration offers possibilities for financially linking road infrastructure and other land uses. Additionally, VC may be expected to have value for the cooperation between involved, but often institutionally fragmented actors. This article explores the relations between the application of different types of VC and cooperation between fragmented actors in planning at the infrastructure-land use interface. Our findings point at a positive, reciprocal relationship between partnership-based VC types and
cooperation among fragmented actors.
Originele taal-2English
Pagina's (van-tot)179-203
TijdschriftTown Planning Review
Nummer van het tijdschrift2
StatusPublished - 2016

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