Urban Issues and Urban Policies in the New EU Countries

Urban Issues and Urban Policies in the New EU Countries

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In May 2004, the European Union was enlarged by ten countries. While there has been much research on the existing EU countries' urban policies, as yet, there is very little written in English on the new EU countries' cities and their plans for urban development. This volume brings together case studies from Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus and Malta to provide a comprehensive overview of these countries' urban policies. These policies are also compared with those of the existing countries and possible syntheses are discussed. The book examines each country's national urban policy, as well as the position, problems and perspectives of their cities. In doing so, it provides new insights not only for the new EU countries, but also for the existing ones.Constantinides, G. (2002), CAMP Cyprus: Diagnostic-Feasibility Report, Coastal Area Management Programme for Cyprus, Split: PAP/RAC, www.pap- thecoastcentre.org/ pdfs/fstudyrep.pdf. Cyprus Mail (2002), Houses getting bigger ... Cagdas Kentler ve Yerel Yonetimler Sempozyumu (Proceedings), KTMMOB, Nicosia, pp. 142-159. Oktay, D. (2001), Planning ... UNDP-UNCHS (HABITAT) ( 1 984), Nicosia Master Plan Final Report, Nicosia. UNDP-UNHS (HABITAT) (1985), Nicosiaanbsp;...


Title:Urban Issues and Urban Policies in the New EU Countries
Author: Ronald van Kempen, Marcel Vermeulen, Ad Baan, European Institute for Comparative Urban Research
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing Company - 2005
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