Planning, public contracts and European land law

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2010
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Organizing a Single European Market affects property. Although the European Treaties does not provide grounds for a prejudgment of the national rules that govern the system of property ownership, national systems of property may not form an infringement to the rules of the single market. Rules for public contracts and public works concessions constrain the role of public property in planning policies, and may have considerable theoretical and practical implications. This paper discusses these implications. The theoretical implications will be focused on the relationship between European law and planning law. The practical implications will be focused on planning practice.
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Book of proceedings: Annual AESOP Congress, 2010 Space is Luxury, Aalto, July 7-10th
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