|Describes the evolution of urban and regional planning in the Netherlands since the 16th century.|
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Len de Klerk, is emeritus professor of urban and regional planning at the University of Amsterdam. After completion of his degree in urban and regional planning at the Radboud University of Nijmegen he held various positions as a planning officer at the city of Deventer and the city of Rotterdam, amongst others as deputy director of urban development and maintenance. In 2000 he took tenure at the university. Hans van der Cammen received a Ph.D. in spatial planning from the University of Amsterdam (1979) and lectured at this university till 1989. He then joined the Institute for Traffic, Logistics and Regional Development at the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research TNO in Delft. Since 2003 he consulted for various public and private bodies in the Netherlands. Gerhard Dekker was fortunate enough to complete his urban and regional planning degree at the dawn of the new democratic South Africa. His first experience as a planner was to partake in a central place study that produced a proposal for the redemarcation of all local and provincial boundaries in the country. He went on to practice as urban and regional planning consultant, working on a diversity of projects from strategic visions to hands on urban renewal projects. He also moderated an Environmental Engineering Course of the Pretoria Technicon. Peter Paul Witsen completed his urban and regional planning degree at the University of Amsterdam. He is an urban and regional planner and journalist. He currently heads his own consultancy firm Westerlengte.
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