News - Spatial planning and nature
9 news items on Spatial planning and nature
Netherlands learns little from disputes with EU
Netherlands average member state for correct implementation of EU law As a member of the European Union, the Netherlands usually ...
No large-scale logging, but also no national insight into results of forest management
Uncertain whether forest management will achieve intended results The image that has emerged in recent years that ...
EU grants make a difference, but do not necessarily meet the greatest challenges
More than €7 billion spent in 7 years: recipients satisfied The Netherlands spent more than €7.4 billion in EU grants in ...
Rules to prevent manure pollution are the cause of the problem rather than the solution
Changes in laws and regulations have not helped reduce manure pollution. On the contrary, the accumulation of rules seems to be ...
Unsubsidised wind farms unlikely in the near future, despite sharp fall in costs
The cost of offshore wind energy is projected to fall spectacularly. Unsubsidised offshore wind farms, however, are unlikely in ...
Consideration of water quality in I&M budget
In a letter to the House of Representatives of 15 October 2014, the Court of Audit commented on a number of matters in the 2015 ...
Court of Audit: open data map of protected nature areas
If businesses, municipalities, provinces or other public bodies want to carry out a construction project, including road ...
Appoint a single nature manager for the Wadden area
Thirteen managing authorities currently active; complex organisation an obstacle to achieving goals
Comments on the Ministry of Economic Affairs' 2014 agriculture and nature budget
The Court of Audit submitted a second letter on the Ministry of Economic Affairs' 2014 budget to the House of Representatives on ...