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Summary: Regional Planning

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  • Regional Planning in Alberta

  • Sum up the characteristics of the White areas of Alberta

    - settled land

    - covers +- 39 per cent of Alberta

    - mostly privately owned

    - primarily in the populated central Southern and pearl river areas

    - authority to set regulations is with municipal goverment for private land and with provincial government for public land
  • Sum up the characteristics of the Green Areas in Alberta (land use framework)

    - forested lands

    - covers +- 61 per cent of Alberta

    - nearly all publicly owned

    - primarily in Northern Alberta and some in the mountains and foothills

    - authority to set regulations primarily with the provincial government
  • Sum up the main land uses of the white and green land use areas, and which occurs in both

    - settlements
    - agriculture

    - timber production]

    - tourism and recreation
    - oil and gas production
    - conservation of natural spaces
    - watershed protection
    - fish and wildlife habitat
  • Who is responsible for land decisions in Alberta?

    Privately owned land: municipal governments

    Publicly owned land: provincial government
  • Why is watershed managment relevant for regional planning in Alberta?

    - Alberta is facing significant pressures on water resources (competing demands for water: agriculture, industry, recreational, and ofcourse drinking water)

    - Water quality is intertwined with land use

    - watersheds exceed local boundaries and therefore should be managed on a regional level, and therefore landuse should also be managed regionally.
  • What are the seven  key strategies of the Alberta Land-use framework?

    1. develop 7 new regional land use plans (based on 7 new land use regions)
    2. creation of committees: land use secretariat (to support the cabinet) and regional advisory council (to support the region) for each region
    3. Use cumulative effect managment at regional level
    4. Develop overall strategy for conservation
    5. Lower footprint by promoting efficient land use
    6. establish information and monitoring system
    7. include aboriginal peoples in land use planning
  • What are the priority actions stated in the Alberta Land-use Framework?

    1. legislation to promote the framework
    2. metropolitan plans for Capital and Calgary Region
    3. the Lower Athabasca Regional plan and the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (due to heavy pressures on watersheds)
  • Origins of Regional Planning

  • What are the forerunners of regional planning + keywords

    - utopianism: actually created new and humane settlements and societies

    - anarchism: confronted forced of political and economic centralization

    - regionalism: ecological reconstruction, promote local culture & economy based on regional development

    - regional geography: championed stewardship of region based economies and cultures

    - town planning: city and countryside are independent. plan for the possible

    -sociology: evolved into applied human ecology
  • The precursors of regional planning where divided on 3 subjects. What are they and what were the two standpoints for each?

    1. the purpose of regional planning =
     - developing physical resources + bettering social and economic wellbeing, mix rural and urban to overcome increasing contradictions. ( Utopians & geographers)
    - protect rural culture and values.  (town planners & New York Regionalists)

    2. The nature and scale of the appropriate planning region
    - natural region
    - city centered region

    3. Methodology for planning
    - regional plan is expression land use and infrastructure, qualitative research, place
    - quantitative research, strategic planning, spatial modelling
  • Demarcating Regional Boundaries

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  • What are the key arguments for the relevance of demarcating boundaries in regional planning?

    - planning for human activities is Always done with reference to a certain space
    - the space is not limitless: boundaries are ubiquitous feature of civilization
    - thus, because boundaries are everywhere and you work in a certain space, setting a boundary is an imperative.
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