Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 01/Feb/2021
9:00pm
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10:30pm
Innovations in Providing for Affordable Housing I
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Edward Joseph Sullivan
Chair: Rachelle Alterman
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Invisible Affordable Housing: Attempts to Regularize Accessory Dwelling Units

Yifat Holzman-Gazit, Rachelle Alterman



Judicially Inspired Innovations in Affordable Housing in New Jersey

Peter A. Buchsbaum



BRINGING JUDAISM DOWNTOWN: A SMART GROWTH POLICY FOR ORTHODOX JEWS

Michael E. Lewyn



Large scale social housing programs on Brazil and Mexico: urban law and inter-federative relations that define public results

Claudia Acosta

Date: Tuesday, 02/Feb/2021
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Planning, Law, Property Rights, and Hazards in a Climate Changing World: A Cross-National Contemplation
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Richard Norton
Chair: Lenka Slavikova
 

Barriers to adaptation to the impacts of climate change in Ireland

Louise Burns, Mark Scott, Michael Lennon, Oliver Kinnane



Returning from the edge of value

Richard James Dunning, Andy Plater



BALANCING THE INTERACTION BETWEEN URBAN REGENERATION AND FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT – A COST BENEFIT APPROACH IN ÚSTÍ NAD LABEM

Paul Hudson, Pavel Raška, Jan Macháč, Lenka Slavíková



Assessing the incorporation of nature and climate change adaptation in the sustainability narrative of environmental and spatial planning framework laws in the Portuguese context

Ruben Mendes, Teresa Fidélis



IMMOVABLE CULTURAL HERITAGE PROPERTIES AND CLIMATE CHANGE - LEGAL AND STRATEGIC POINTS OF ADAPTATION

Tamara Gajinov

Date: Monday, 08/Feb/2021
9:00pm
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10:30pm
Innovations in Providing for Affordable Housing II
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Edward Joseph Sullivan
Chair: Rachelle Alterman
 

A Panacea or a Myth? Market-based approaches to affordable housing in Mumbai, India

Faizan Jawed Siddiqi



The affordable housing puzzle

Knut Boge



Affordable Housing in Portugal

Dulce Lopes



Innovation instruments and policies to access affordable housing: the case of Porto

Emília Malcata Rebelo

Date: Tuesday, 09/Feb/2021
2:00pm
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3:30pm
National Planning/Zoning and the Erosion of Local Decision-Making: Can Planning Survive in the Face of Re-centralization?
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Nir Mualam
Chair: Mathias Jehling
 

Economic crisis and the circumvention of spatial planning: The Greek case

Despina Dimelli



Selective rescaling, inequality and popular growth coalitions: The case of the Israeli national plan for earthquake preparedness

Talia Margalit, Nir Mualam



Housing in the Face of Crisis: The Influence of Israel’s 2011 Protest on Housing Policy

Ravit Hananel, Nachmany Harel



A Dutch Yoyo: chronicles of (de)centralization of planning in the Netherlands

David Evers, Roel Hilhorst



An Evaluation on the Recentralization of Planning Rights: The Turkish Case

Tolga Levent



One for all, all for one - The vulnerability of planning when individual interests find their way into national legislation

Tristan Claus, Hans Leinfelder



the dance of power between central and local governments in France

Sonia Guelton

Date: Wednesday, 10/Feb/2021
9:00pm
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10:30pm
Land policy instruments for Housing
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Eliska Vejchodska
Chair: Andreas Hengstermann
 

French social housing obligation

Sonia Guelton



Keeping Urban Housing Permanently Affordable: The London Community Land Trust

Angelique Chettiparamb



City of Cape Town’s Single Residential Zoning 2: Incremental Housing (SR2) zone

Stuart Paul Denoon Stevens, Verna Nel



Governing densification – Land policy for qualitative urban densification

Jean-David Gerber, Deniz Ay, Josje Bouwmeester, Vera Götze, Jessica Verheij

Date: Monday, 15/Feb/2021
8:00pm
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11:00pm
Online Workshop: PhD Workshop
Location: Online live workshop (for those who applied for the workshop before Jan 31st)
Chair: Sofija Nikolic Popadic
Chair: Andreas Hengstermann
Team: Workshop Coordination: Sofija Nikolić Popadić (Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia). Mentor Group I: Linda McElduff (Ulster University, Belfast, United Kingdom). Mentor Group II: Thomas Hartmann (Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands). Technical Support: Andreas Hengstermann (Bern University, Switzerland).
 

8:00pm – 8:30pm (CET): Introduction

Sofija Nikolic Popadic



8:30pm – 9:00pm (CET): Research question

Linda McElduff



8:30pm – 9:00pm (CET): Publication Strategy

Thomas Hartmann



9:15pm-10:15pm (CET): Group I

Linda McElduff



Assessing the incorporation of nature and climate change adaptation in the sustainability narrative of environmental and spatial planning framework laws in the Portuguese context

Rúben Tiago Mendes



Large scale social housing programs on Brazil and Mexico: urban law and inter-federative relations that define public results

Claudia Acosta



Urban greening in densification contexts: conflicting demands made on scarce urban land.

Jessica Verheij



The Value of Making Room for Water: Active Land Policy for Flood Risk Mitigation in Nijmegen, Netherlands

Besmira Dyca



Conditions for effective and targeted densification policies. A comparative study of Utrecht and Bern

Vera Götze



Tilting the balance: Actors’ strategies in the context of urban densification

Josje Bouwmeester



9:15pm-10:15pm (CET): Group II

Thomas Hartmann



One for all, all for one - The vulnerability of planning when individual interests find their way into national legislation

Tristan Claus



The strategic use of municipal land allocations to achieve sustainability-related public objectives in urban development in Sweden

Melissa Ann Maria Candel



To Protect the Health, Safety, and Wellbeing of Whom? An analysis of the spatial distribution of zoning tiers

Christine Quattro



Reviewing best practices in land registry rights using Blockchain technology

Dimitrios Christodoulou



Re-inventing zoning through operational morphology: Innovative form-based codes for efficient territorial subdivisions and enhanced normativity in complex urban systems

Kejt Dhrami



10:30pm - 11:00pm (CET): Conclusions

Sofija Nikolic Popadic

Date: Tuesday, 16/Feb/2021
2:00pm
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4:00pm
Informal Land Uses: Problems or Solutions?
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Ben Davy
Chair: Mennatullah Hendawy
 

I own this land - through the mazes of land registration

Paulo Silva



Reframing Indian Law to Acknowledge the Social Function of Property

Varun Rajasekharan Panickar, Sony Pellissery



Informal Settlements, the consequence of land Invasion: Mpumalanga Province, South Africa case study

Bongane Cornelius Ntiwane



Owning the Street: The Everyday Life of Property

Amelia Thorpe



Collecting deposit bottles in German cities – An informal income opportunity for people in precarious living conditions

Michael Kolocek



Informal institutions as second best?

Peter Ho

Date: Wednesday, 17/Feb/2021
9:00pm
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10:30pm
Value Capture and Property Value
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Thomas Hartmann
Chair: Eliska Vejchodska
 

The strategic use of municipal land allocations to achieve sustainability-related public objectives in urban development in Sweden

Melissa Ann Maria Candel



The role of jurisprudence in public value capture in urban development

Demetrio Muñoz Gielen, Francisco Blanc Clavero, James Corbet Burcher, Juan Felipe Pinilla



Placemaking and Land Value Capture: Planning as an Institutional Mechanism to Channel Private Resources Towards the Achievement of Public Goals

Philip O'Brien, Sebastian Dembski



REDUCING URBAN INEQUALITIES THROUGH LAND VALUE CAPTURE INSTRUMENTS: Case study from Medellin (Colombia)

Oscar Perez-Moreno

Date: Thursday, 18/Feb/2021
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Land policies – Instruments and Strategies
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Andreas Hengstermann
Chair: Thomas Hartmann
 

Don't ask HOW before you know WHY. On the relationship between goals and instruments.

Ben Davy



Land Readjustment Combined with Land Trust Case Study in Silverton, Ohio, USA

Andrea Maria Jandricek



To Protect the Health, Safety, and Wellbeing of Whom? An analysis of the spatial distribution of zoning tiers

Christine Quattro



THE SAME TOOLBOX, MANY LOCAL DECLINATIONS IN ITALY

Laura Pogliani



Strategies of municipal land policies: Proposing an alternative to the passive-active dichotomy

Sina Shahab, Thomas Hartmann, Arend Jonkman

Date: Monday, 22/Feb/2021
9:00pm
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10:30pm
Planning Law and Property Rights in Agricultural Land I
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Rachelle Alterman
Chair: Eran Kaplinsky
Chair: Sofija Nikolic Popadic
 

Imposed commodification of property rights: Israel’s communal farming villages under threat

Micha Drori, Rachelle Alterman



Willingness to pay and willingness to accept compensation for estimating farmland value under contested property rights

Brent Swallow, Yicong Luo



Changes and Restrictions in the Right of Ownership on Agricultural Land

Sofija Nikolic Popadic



Multifunctionality of open space - agricultural perspective

Vesna Zupanc, Rozalija Cvejić



Property rights and limits of exclusion: Agriculture land and land acquisition in India

Sattwick Dey Biswas

Date: Wednesday, 24/Feb/2021
7:00am
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8:30am
Blockchain & advanced technologies for the post pandemic urban built environment.
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Rebecca Leshinsky
Chair: Balkiz Yapicioglu
 

Participation in SpatialPlanning and the technology of Blockchains. A tool for transparency in decision-making. Prospective implementations in Greek planning legislation”.

Dimitris Melissas, Foteini Zygouri, Konstantinos Lalenis



BlockDev: A blockchain framework for real estate investment, development and management

Magda Foti, Eleni Panagou, Konstantinos Lalenis, Manolis Vavalis



Reviewing best practices in land registry rights using Blockchain technology

Dimitris Christodoulou, Dimitris Kalergis, Konstantinos Lalenis



Blockchain technology for African land titling and property

Robert Home



Blockchain as a tool for land rights: Ownership of Land in Cyprus

Balkiz Yapicioglu, Rebecca Leshinsky

Date: Thursday, 25/Feb/2021
9:00pm
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10:30pm
Planning Law and Property Rights in Agricultural Land II
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
Chair: Rachelle Alterman
Chair: Eran Kaplinsky
Chair: Sofija Nikolic Popadic
 

Addressing the social impacts of farmland conservation policies

Coline Perrin, Brigitte Nougarèdes



How to stop farmers killing the goose with the golden egg? Turning vacant farmsteads into farmland

Hans Leinfelder, Tristan Claus



Legal and policy arrangements for access to land in Europe

Willem Korthals Altes



Thirty years on - Equity and agricultural land under New Zealand's RMA

Hamish Gordon Rennie



Law in the face of the problem of land take - the Polish experience

Anna Brzezińska-Rawa, Justyna Goździewicz-Biechońska

10:30pm
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11:00pm
End
Location: Online live session (follow the Zoom link is in your registration confirmation)
 

Welcome to PLPR 2022 in Ghent, Belgium

Hans Leinfelder



Ceremonial end

Thomas Hartmann, Rebecca Leshinsky, Eran Kaplinsky, Andreas Hengstermann, Sofija Nikolić Popadić


 
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