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SP_4 Supporting spatial negotiations in land use planning

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  • 1. Supporting spatial negotiations in land use planning Gustavo Arciniegas, Ron Janssen
  • 2. Outline
    • MCA for negotiation support
    • The Bodegraven polder
    • Negotiation workshop
    • Results of negotiations
    • Conclusions
  • 3. 1. MCA for evaluation and ranking of alternatives
  • 4. 1. MCA for ranking of alternatives
  • 5. 1. MCA for negotiation support
  • 6. 2. The Bodegraven polder
    • Current situation is unsustainable because land is subsiding
    • Water management regime will change
    • Land use must follow
  • 7. 3. Negotiation workshop
    • Touch table for interaction with negotiation tool.
    • MCA results on separate screen
  • 8. 3. Tool at work: start situation Intensive agriculture Nature
  • 9. 3. Tool at work: feedback on parcels
  • 10. 3. Tool at work: land use is exchanged Nature Intensive agriculture
  • 11. 4. Results of negotiations
  • 12. 5. Conclusions
    • MCA output information can be used to support negotiation
    • Touch table facilitates interaction and knowledge exchange
    • Combination of explicit and implicit knowledge
    • Successful use of tools depends on a cooperative attitude