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2040 (RANDSTAD HOLLAND 2040)
Key Figures 2006:
Population 7.5 million (45%)
(in billion )
(in 1000 )
Surface 542.000 ha
Urban Area 26 %
Rotterdam The Hague Utrecht Amsterdam
Amsterdam: 755.000 Rotterdam: 584.000 The Hague: 483.000 Utrecht: 300.000 Randstad Metropole: 6,7 million
Top 20 of the metropolitan regions in the European Union
Population in millions:
The Randstad as Money Machine
Added Value per km2 in 2000
North Wing: Amsterdam Metropolitan Area South Wing: Rotterdam The Hague - Leiden
Vision Randstad 2040
The Vision Randstad 2040 will be developed by the Ministery of Housing, Spatial Planning and Enrironment in collaboration with the related provincial and local authorities as well as selected private institutions
The vision Randastd 2040 has to prepare strategic choices with regard to
Durability against climate changes;
Accessibility and economy;
Quality of living and working.
1988 First Generation of National Key Projects
Public- Private Partnerships (PPP).
( The Eastern Docklands in Amsterdam )
Kop van Zuid)
1995 Second Generation of National Key Projects
( integrated area development ) .
Example: Zudas, The South Axis in Amsterdam
2009 Third Generation of National Key Projects
Example: Twin City Amsterdam-Almere - the transformation of the city of Amsterdam and the New Town of Almere into a coherent metropolitan area with water at its heart.
PPP RANDSTAD MONITOR
II Sub-area 1 Sub-area 2 Sub-area 3 Sub-area 4
Project group General Coordination Steering Committee Quality Team City Council PPP convenant Public Private Partnership (PPP)
Organization of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area Metropolitan Conference is the decisive body of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. It is composed of the representatives of all local and provincial councils involved and meets two times a year. Coordination Committee serves as informal agreement platform between mayors and provincial governors. The mayor of Amsterdam and the governor of the province North-Holland both have a presidential role. Metropolitan Area Central Administration (PKB) is responsible for the administrative control of the region and ensures that all agreements made by the Metropolitan Conference become implemented Accessibility Platform is a consultation platform for mobility and network questions. It includes experts from different public and private institutions. Economic Stimulation Platform Is a consultation platform dealing with the economic development of the region. It includes experts from different public and private institutions. The different local and provincial councils delegate their representatives into the Metropolitan Conference.