Town Planning Review

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

Town Planning Review (2016), 87, (2), 179–204.

Abstract

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.

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RODRIGUEZ-BACHILLER, A., THOMAS, M. and WALKER, S. (1992), ‘The English planning lottery: some insights from a more regulated system’, Town Planning Review, 63, 387–402. The English planning lottery: some insights from a more regulated system Town Planning Review 63 387 402 Google Scholar

RUDING, H. O. C. R. (2008), ‘Op de goede weg en het juiste spoor’, Government committee on private funding of infrastructure (final report), The Hague. Op de goede weg en het juiste spoor Google Scholar

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SMOLKA, M. and AMBORSKI, D. (2000), ‘Value capture for urban development: an inter-American comparison’ (Research paper), Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Value capture for urban development: an inter-American comparison Google Scholar

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TJOSVOLD, D. (1988), ‘Cooperative and competitive interdependence: Collaboration between departments to serve customers’. Group & Organization Studies, 13, 274–89. Cooperative and competitive interdependence: Collaboration between departments to serve customers Group & Organization Studies 13 274 89 Google Scholar

TUROK, I. (2001), ‘Area-based partnerships in Ireland: collaborative planning in practice’ (paper delivered to the EURA conference, Copenhagen). Area-based partnerships in Ireland: collaborative planning in practice Google Scholar

VAN DER KRABBEN, E. and NEEDHAM, B. (2008), ‘Land readjustment for value capturing: a new planning tool for urban redevelopment’, Town Planning Review, 79, 651–72. Land readjustment for value capturing: a new planning tool for urban redevelopment Town Planning Review 79 651 72 Google Scholar

VAN DER VEEN, M., SPAANS, M. and JANSSEN-JANSEN, L. (2010), ‘Using compensation instruments as a vehicle to improve spatial planning: challenges and opportunities’, Land Use Policy, 27, 1010–17. Using compensation instruments as a vehicle to improve spatial planning: challenges and opportunities Land Use Policy 27 1010 17 Google Scholar

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WOLTJER, J. (2000), Consensus Planning: The Relevance of Communicative Planning Theory in Dutch Infrastructure Development, Aldershot, Ashgate. Consensus Planning: The Relevance of Communicative Planning Theory in Dutch Infrastructure Development Google Scholar

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