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Can red pay for blue? Methods to estimate the added value of water in residential environments



Can red pay for blue? Methods to estimate the added value of water in residential environments



Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 48(1): 103-120



As a result of climate changes, more land is now needed in the Netherlands for water retention in towns and the countryside. Recently, this perceived need has resulted in new forms of water management and spatial planning strategies. Multi-functional land use is an option such as housing in combination with retention lakes. Some argue that the market potential is high and that water has an added value in residential environments.

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DOI: 10.1080/0964056042000308175


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