Keywords

intensive livestock

Start Date

1-7-2004 12:00 AM

Description

Currently plans are developed for a large-scale 'reconstruction' of the rural area in the Netherlands. Goals of the reconstruction are to diminish veterinary risks and to improve the quality of environment, nature and landscape. Spatial separation of land-use is an important instrument. The plans are prepared at a regional scale, involving stakeholders. We present an ex-ante analysis of the effects of these plans, including cost-effectiveness and integration with related spatial plans. Scenarios for the autonomous development of intensive livestock, spatial data-rich analysis and research in the field of public administration are integrated in the ex-ante analysis.

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Jul 1st, 12:00 AM

Anticipated Effects of Re-Allocation of Intensive Livestock in Sandy Areas in the Netherlands

Currently plans are developed for a large-scale 'reconstruction' of the rural area in the Netherlands. Goals of the reconstruction are to diminish veterinary risks and to improve the quality of environment, nature and landscape. Spatial separation of land-use is an important instrument. The plans are prepared at a regional scale, involving stakeholders. We present an ex-ante analysis of the effects of these plans, including cost-effectiveness and integration with related spatial plans. Scenarios for the autonomous development of intensive livestock, spatial data-rich analysis and research in the field of public administration are integrated in the ex-ante analysis.