A framework for path-dependent industrial land transition analysis using vector data

Tong Wang (Corresponding author), Jan Kazak, Qi Han, Bauke de Vries

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Abstract

Industrial land is under transition globally. Insights into this transition are important to plan a sustainable future. Since industrial land follows parcel shapes and the transition process requires multi-year data to observe the impacts of such changes, multi-year vector data should be used to analyse industrial land transition. This paper presents a framework to analyse path-dependent regional industrial land transition processes using vector data. A step by step instruction is presented. In the analysis, the changed percentages of land use in the surroundings of appeared or disappeared industrial land are visualized. The visualized surrounding land use compositions give planners an idea on what causes land use transitions, the most frequent transition forms and their impacts on the surroundings, purely from a land use point of view to reduce data collection efforts. The North Brabant region in the Netherlands is used as a case study. The region is split into urban and non-urban areas to show the generic applicability of this framework.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1391-1412
Number of pages22
JournalEuropean Planning Studies
Volume27
Issue number7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jul 2019

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Keywords

  • Industrial land transition
  • generic framework
  • land use planning
  • land use transition impact analysis
  • multi-year vector data

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