Urban And Regional Planning Agglo Policy Uk


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Urban And Regional Planning Agglo Policy Uk

  1. 1. Bundesamt für Raumentwicklung ARE Office fédéral du développement territorial ARE Ufficio federale dello sviluppo territoriale ARE Uffizi federal da svilup dal territori ARERegional and urbanplanning in SwitzerlandPierre Yves Delcourt,Advisor, Federal Office for SpatialDevelopment (ARE)
  2. 2. Summery1. Trends and issues2. The Confederation’s role3. The « Swiss territory project » (regional and urban planning policy) • Objectives and strategies • Implementation4. The federal agglomeration policy • Objectives • ImplementationFederal Agglomeration Policy 2ARE
  3. 3. Foundations of the regional and urban policy in SwitzerlandTRENDS AND ISSUES Federal Agglomeration Policy 3 ARE
  4. 4. 1st issue : The urban sprawl 9000 Fläche (in qkm) 9006 8000 7000 Einwohnerzahl 6000 (in 1000) 5345 5000 Anzahl 4000 3000 2105 Anzahl Schweizer 2000 1936 Gemeinden 1000 979 155 - 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Federal Agglomeration Policy 4 ARE
  5. 5. 1st issue : The urban sprawlFederal Agglomeration Policy 5ARE
  6. 6. 1st issue : The urban sprawlFederal Agglomeration Policy 6ARE
  7. 7. 2nd issue : the mobility explosionFederal Agglomeration Policy 7ARE
  8. 8. 3rd Issue : institutional boundariesINFOPLAN ARE, GEOSTAT-BFS/OFS/UST, L+T/S+T, 2003 Federal Agglomeration Policy 8 ARE
  9. 9. Distribution of competencies in regional and urban planning:THE ROLE OF THECONFEDERATION Federal Agglomeration Policy 9 ARE
  10. 10. Task of the federal government Art. 75, Federal Constitution 1 The Confederation shall establish principles for “territory planning”. It is the responsibility of the cantons and its target is a judicious and measured land use and a rational occupation of the territory. 2 The Confederation shall encourage and coordinate the efforts of the cantons and work with them.Federal Agglomeration Policy 10ARE
  11. 11. The regional and urban planning policy is defined inTHE SWISS TERRITORYPROJECT Federal Agglomeration Policy 11 ARE
  12. 12. The Swiss Territory Project 1. Maintain the competitiveness through a polycentric urban development 2. Coordination of transportation networks and land use 3. Aim at a sustainable development of urban areasFederal Agglomeration Policy 12ARE
  13. 13. 1st strategy : Maintain the competitivenessthrough a polycentric urban developmentFederal Agglomeration Policy 13ARE
  14. 14. 2nd strategy : Coordination of transportationnetworks and land useFederal Agglomeration Policy 14ARE
  15. 15. 3rd strategy : Aim at a sustainabledevelopment of urban areas• coordinate urban and transportation development• concentrate urbain development in the centers• limit urban development in rural and peripheral areas• limit the construction of second homes in tourist resorts• enable the converse of brownfields• promote sustainable development of urban neighborhoods• provide a supply of housing adequate, balanced and affordable• protection against natural hazards• preserve and develop the architectural heritageFederal Agglomeration Policy 15ARE
  16. 16. THE AGGLOMERATION POLICY Federal Agglomeration Policy 16 ARE
  17. 17. The infrastructure fund20,8 billion CHF (total) of which : • 6,0 billion CHF for agglomeration projects : • 2,1 billion CHF for « urgent projects » (2008) • 1,5 billion CHF for the first stage (2011) • 2,4 billion CHF for the next stages (2015, 2019)Federal Agglomeration Policy 17ARE
  18. 18. 1st objective : Concentrate urban developmentwithin current « city » boundaries Federal Agglomeration Policy 18 ARE
  19. 19. 2nd objective : Coordination of land use andtransportation networksFederal Agglomeration Policy 19ARE
  20. 20. Managing implementation : The TripartiteAgglomeration Conference (TAC)• Political platform of federal government, cantons, cities and communes• Aims : • Closer collaboration between federal government, cantons, cities and communes • Development of joint agglomeration policy • Information exchange • Promotion of collaboration within agglomerations • Tackling of specific agglomeration problemsFederal Agglomeration Policy 20ARE
  21. 21. TAC: Past and ongoing activities• Recommendations for collaboration in agglomerations• Strategies for achieving an integral agglomeration policy• Need for statutory action in support of agglomeration policy• Coordination of agglomeration policy with rural regions policy• International competitiveness of agglomerations• Policy on foreign nationals and integrationFederal Agglomeration Policy 21ARE
  22. 22. Thank you for your attentionFederal Agglomeration Policy 22ARE