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The Centre for mobility and spatial planning (AMRP) is a multidisciplinary and international oriented research-teaching group of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture at the Ghent University. AMRP is focused on the elaboration of co-evolutionary planning in reference to new spatial challenges, such as cohousing, sustainable mobility, evolutionary (mainport) economy, resilient water management, energy transition, urban health and climate change, according to the principles of actor-relational governance.  Object of attention are the unique features of the Flemish urban landscape as part of the ‘horizontal metropolitan conditions’ of the Eurodelta of the Rhine, Meuse and Scheldt. 

AMRP is involved in the Institute for Sustainable Mobility (IDM) of the Ghent University, facilitator of the platform 'denktank klimaatadaptatie Vlaanderen (DKA) and coordinator of the present ‘Policy Research Center on Spatial Development Flanders’ (Steunpunt Ruimte). The center organizes prestigious international congresses on a regular basis and awards an annual prize for the best paper and PhD in the field of Spatial Development and Mobility.

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Final program for Planning & Complexity Meeting in Ghent

We are happy to inform you about the final program of the upcoming AESOP Planning & Complexity conference in Ghent (12-14th of April) on the theme “Crossing over with Complexity: Co-evolution in Planning”. The program will…

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Keynote lecture of prof.(em.) dr.ir. Han Meyer on Urbanizing Deltas: the role of design

The Centre of Mobility and Spatial Planning of the Department of Civil Engineering Ghent University is proud to announce a public keynote lecture of prof.(em.) dr.ir. Han Meyeron Urbanizing Deltas: the role of design in New…

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Why Oosterweel is built on quicksand

Everyone is happy with the compromize about Oosterweel! But how realistic is it that they think that only 50% of transportation will happen by car? Dirk Lauwers gives his opinion in "De Tijd".

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