The council of state counsellors plead for more attention for the development of spatial qualities in environmental impact assesments. Especially now society becomes more articulate when it comes down to spatial problems. In the advice, given by the state counsellor of Landscape and Water Eric Luiten, attention is being asked for alternatives which do not have as primary goal to protect spatial quality, but which are focussed on the development of new spatial qualities. It is emphasized that if environmental impact assesments want to keep functioning as a integral instrument, it needs to put spatial quality leading in the development of alternative futures. Read more on the website.
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