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Spatial planning refers to the methods used by the public sector to influence the distribution of people and activities in spaces of various scales. This includes urban (urban planning), regional (regional planning), national and international levels.
- Richard H. Williams, European union spatial policy and planning, London Chapman 1996
- Andreas Faludi, Bas Waterhout, The Making of the European Spatial Development Perspective, London Routledge 2002
- Klaus R. Kunzmann, European planning perspectives, 2004, article available on planum.net
Planum - The European Journal of Planning
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