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En fallstudie av exploateringsprocessen - går den att effektivisera?

Johansson, Maria and Larsson, Kajsa (2009) In TVBP VBE820 20082
Construction Management
Civil Engineering (M.Sc.Eng.)
Abstract
The land development process is usually known as a very complex and drawn-out process. During the latest decade, the system of municipal development has become more market-oriented and the responsibility has shifted from public to private sector. The property developer takes a great financial risk each time a new project is initiated by not knowing when or if a detailed development plan will be approved. In spite of many inquiries during the years, the commissions are still discussing the possibilities to simplify the system and make the land development process more efficient. In a process, where many parties are involved, it may be difficult to find a way to satisfy all needs without the democracy and the influence of the citizens being... (More)
The land development process is usually known as a very complex and drawn-out process. During the latest decade, the system of municipal development has become more market-oriented and the responsibility has shifted from public to private sector. The property developer takes a great financial risk each time a new project is initiated by not knowing when or if a detailed development plan will be approved. In spite of many inquiries during the years, the commissions are still discussing the possibilities to simplify the system and make the land development process more efficient. In a process, where many parties are involved, it may be difficult to find a way to satisfy all needs without the democracy and the influence of the citizens being negatively affected. In this report a case study has been made to identify the time-consuming parts of the land development process. Three local development projects in Kristianstad Kommun have been examined and resulted in several possible solutions to make the development process more efficient. (Less)
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Johansson, Maria and Larsson, Kajsa
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VBE820 20082
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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TVBP
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TVBP-5380
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Swedish
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3294732
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2012-12-20 13:28:35
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  abstract     = {The land development process is usually known as a very complex and drawn-out process. During the latest decade, the system of municipal development has become more market-oriented and the responsibility has shifted from public to private sector. The property developer takes a great financial risk each time a new project is initiated by not knowing when or if a detailed development plan will be approved. In spite of many inquiries during the years, the commissions are still discussing the possibilities to simplify the system and make the land development process more efficient. In a process, where many parties are involved, it may be difficult to find a way to satisfy all needs without the democracy and the influence of the citizens being negatively affected. In this report a case study has been made to identify the time-consuming parts of the land development process. Three local development projects in Kristianstad Kommun have been examined and resulted in several possible solutions to make the development process more efficient.},
  author       = {Johansson, Maria and Larsson, Kajsa},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {TVBP},
  title        = {En fallstudie av exploateringsprocessen - går den att effektivisera?},
  year         = {2009},
}