La financiación de las infrastructuras y equipamientos públicos y la recuperación pública de plusvalías urbanísticas en las legislaciones urbanísticas de los Países Bajos, Inglaterra y la Comunidad Autónoma de Valencia
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SourceCiudad y Territorio, Estudios Territoriales, XLI, 160, (2009), pp. 291-301
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Geografie, Planologie en Milieu
Ciudad y Territorio, Estudios Territoriales
SubjectNON-RU research; Onderzoek niet-RU
The paper poses the question of just how much municipalities can require of market agents (landowners and developers) for the carrying out and funding of infrastructures and public amenities. Do they have a claim upon the benefi ts derived from reclassifying or reassessing land or building space? Such questions are here held to touch upon not only the participation of the private sector in the carrying through of public initiatives but more so upon the very notion of what the right to land ownership implies, an issue which has busied Spanish Town and Country Planning thinking at least ever since the Constitution of 1978 in its 47 th article recognized the right of the community affected and through its administrative expressions to take its share of the benefi ts arising from city planning initiatives. The paper further indicates how this matter is approached in England the Low Countries and how this is, in each of these cases in point, different.
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