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'Top down' meets 'Bottom up': institutionalizing land use planning in technical development cooperation projects in Asia

, : 'Top down' meets 'Bottom up': institutionalizing land use planning in technical development cooperation projects in Asia. Materialien Zentrum fur Regionale Entwicklungsforschung Justus Liebig Universitat Giessen ( 32): 131-143

Land use planning (LUP) from above such as is practised by the National Land Agency in Indonesia and the Land Use Planning Division in Sri Lanka, was the classical system originally promoted by the FAO. More recently a participative or local approach to planning and resource management has been introduced. The organization that this requires at local and district level and the possibilities of integrating the two approaches are discussed.

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