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See detailLeitlinien für eine künftige Raumordnungspolitik
Werner, Pascal; Hanocq, Philippe ULg; Haumont, Francis

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See detailTerritorial planning system and urban development - From a deterministic to a strategic model
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Norte Pinto, Nune; Tenedorio, Jose Antonio; Santos, Mark (Eds.) et al Proceedings of the 7th International conference on Virtual Cities and Territories (2011, October 13)

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See detailInterventions, strategies and policies that can improve the pedestrian situation
Hanocq, Philippe ULg; Von der Mühll, Dominique

in Methorst, Rob; Monterde i Bort, Hector; Risser, Ralf (Eds.) et al Cost 358 Pedestrians' Quality Needs - PQN Final Report (2010)

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See detailAménagement urbain et territorial
Collette, Jean-Pierre ULg; Hanocq, Philippe ULg

Learning material (2007)

The course’s ambition is to familiarize the student with the various processes of decision-making, as well as of elaboration and follow-up of urban planning and territorial development projects considered ... [more ▼]

The course’s ambition is to familiarize the student with the various processes of decision-making, as well as of elaboration and follow-up of urban planning and territorial development projects considered at the different scales. We’ll therefore: - Define the organization of the actors participating in the process of the territorial development and describe main management tools used in such urban and territorial development (the strategic tools, the normative tools and the other operational instruments) ; - Propose an all-embracing vision of the planning and the territorial development system (hierarchy of the documents since the European scale until the local level) as well as study the particular forms under various administrative conditions (Wallonia and bordering region / states); - Propose an approach complementary to the legal one, focusing on the elaboration, the presentation and the implementation of plans, sketches, regulation and other relevant documents. Due to a various audience, the course combines two complementary approaches: 1. An informative approach for the students in architecture and engineering focusing on the processes; 2. A professional oriented approach for the Master's degree in town and country planning, focusing on the manipulation of the tools specifically used in Belgium. [less ▲]

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See detailUrbanisation et nature : deux notions antagonistes ?
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Cahiers de l'Urbanisme (Les) (2006), 61

The relationship between nature and urban development seems essentially a conflicting one. In actual fact, every urban development project deliberately originates in a land use choice, to the detriment ... [more ▼]

The relationship between nature and urban development seems essentially a conflicting one. In actual fact, every urban development project deliberately originates in a land use choice, to the detriment, in many cases, of the natural space and to the great displeasure of environmentalists and other more or less concerned "citizens / local residents". Without attempting to deny this ongoing conflict, the article endeavours to show how contemporary town planning gives itself the means to transcend this contradiction and make us pass imperceptibly from the "grey city" to the "green and blue city". [less ▲]

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See detailConception et aménagement des espaces publics
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

Learning material (2006)

The course consists: • of a theoretical part : refinement of the public realm concept and description of the evolution of the uses, analysis of the contemporary practices of refurbishment under duress of ... [more ▼]

The course consists: • of a theoretical part : refinement of the public realm concept and description of the evolution of the uses, analysis of the contemporary practices of refurbishment under duress of determining factors : 1 Mobility and accessibility 2 Safety and security 3 The quality of the natural environment 4 The urban merchandising • of a practical part : from concrete study cases, conceive and size the refurbishment of various urban public places, elaborate documents in the classic frame of a public contract of services. [less ▲]

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See detailRapport de mission (du 30.09 au 11.10.2006) : AMELIORATION DE L’HABITAT ET DES INFRASTRUCTURES SOCIO-ECONOMIQUES POUR UN DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE DE LA COLLECTIVITE RURALE DE WAMAZA-MANIEMA EN REPUBLIQUE DEMOCRATIQUE DU CONGO
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

Report (2006)

Avec l’appui du service d’urbanisme de l’ULg, une série de projets sociaux ont été identifiés en 1995 à Wamaza, dans la région du Maniema et du Sud Kivu, en République Démocratique du Congo. Cela a permis ... [more ▼]

Avec l’appui du service d’urbanisme de l’ULg, une série de projets sociaux ont été identifiés en 1995 à Wamaza, dans la région du Maniema et du Sud Kivu, en République Démocratique du Congo. Cela a permis d’initier un programme de recherche - action couvrant un large éventail d’interventions entrant dans le champ de l’aménagement du territoire et de l’urbanisme. Le programme de recherche s’appuyait sur une idée maîtresse : « l’amélioration de l’habitat rural peut freiner l’exode rural et contribuer ainsi au développement endogène des collectivités paysannes ». [less ▲]

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See detailAccessibilité et mobilité au Sart-Tilman
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Cahiers de l'Urbanisme (Les) (2005), 54-55

The author takes stock of a thorny issue : the accessibility of the University estate and the mobility caused by its activities; Difficulty of access seems to result less from the actual off-centre ... [more ▼]

The author takes stock of a thorny issue : the accessibility of the University estate and the mobility caused by its activities; Difficulty of access seems to result less from the actual off-centre position of the estate than from the spatial dispersion of the commuters, making it difficult to organise an effective public transport service. He looks into the choice of public transport network connection points, the integration of new parking units on the site and the search for measures furthering the use of public transport. These measures include stepping up parking controls, encouraging carpooling or even the development of cycling-pedestrian links. [less ▲]

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See detailPractices in planning and design of urban green areas
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Duhem & alii (Ed.) Green structure and urban planning - COST Action C11 Final report (2005)

The story of cities and nature is both a love-story and a battle and in both, green structure may be a useful concept. Structuring the scattered archilelago of green areas means joining forces in a battle ... [more ▼]

The story of cities and nature is both a love-story and a battle and in both, green structure may be a useful concept. Structuring the scattered archilelago of green areas means joining forces in a battle to defend vulnerable green spaces against busy traffic, construction works and other dynamic urban pressures. But green may also describe a policy to create conditions for the love-story between urban citizens and their parks and playgrounds. Both the rich and the poor benefit from the presence of a green network, a green structure that links small gardens and neighbourhood greens to the green fingers and green belts of the urban landscape. Moreover, bringing landscape to the heart of the city, green structure planning strengthens the attractive green image of the city and creates links with the historic landscape in which the city has developped its identity. This report is a platform for the exchange of European experiences. It focuses on know-how aiming to plan, create and maintain such green structures. Through concrete examples of planning and design at 3 different scales in Belgium, this paper tries to put into the light various elements contributing to such purposes. [less ▲]

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See detailPROMPT New means to PROMote Pedestrian Traffic in cities
Rauhala, Kari; Martincigh, Lucia; Hüsler, Willi et al

Report (2005)

The main objective of the PROMPT project was to develop new innovative tools and solutions to improve the conditions of walking in cities. Their scope ranges from the urban level to the detailed street ... [more ▼]

The main objective of the PROMPT project was to develop new innovative tools and solutions to improve the conditions of walking in cities. Their scope ranges from the urban level to the detailed street level. They are aimed at problem identification, design and planning as well as at the implementation of considered measures in widely different situations. [less ▲]

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See detailWalking for pleasure in Belgium
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Busi, Roberto; Pezzagno, Michèle (Eds.) Living and walking in cities 8th International conference (2003)

Description of an original and ambitious project of the regional Walloon government (Belgium) intending for the promotion of not motorised travelling modes : the “RAVeL project”.

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See detailCost Action C6 - Final Report : A city for pedestrians, policy-making and implementation
Bonanomi, Lydia; Corazza, Maria Vittoria; Fleury, Dominique et al

Report (2002)

In most cases, mobility management consists of designing the spaces between built-up areas so that they are adaptable and enable the setting up of the transport infrastructures which provide the backbone ... [more ▼]

In most cases, mobility management consists of designing the spaces between built-up areas so that they are adaptable and enable the setting up of the transport infrastructures which provide the backbone of urban planning. The supreme asset of private car has been its ability to adapt to the "empty" spaces handed down by previous generations, enabling it to develop to a irreversible situation; The car seems so indispensable as the bread to our contemporary urban societies. Such a development has, however, led to a significant number of malfunctions. "Reactive" travel policies aimed at reducing such effects focuse on the improvement of roads safety and on the rehabilitation of the citizen-pedestrian in the cities. The main objective of this COST Action is to promote better safety and urban quality for the weakest users - children, elderly and handicapped people - and to suggest planning and maintenance techniques aimed at improving urban quality. [less ▲]

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See detailTaking account of not motorized trips and road unsafety in a global urban development project
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Lombardo, Calabi, Scozzafava, Marchetti (Ed.) Développement soutenable du milieu urbain (1999, May)

This paper examines the ways to impulse some new urban policies and attitudes in favour of not motorized urban travel's modes.

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See detailEtude d'un réseau cyclable à Liège
Hanocq, Philippe ULg; Piron, Frédéric; Occhiutto, Rita

in Croughs, Roger; Jacobs, Chantal; Guillaume, Michèle (Eds.) Communes cyclistes ? Ca existe ! ... Quelsques pistes pour promouvoir l'usage du vélo dans votre commune (1999)

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See detailMise à jour de l'Atlas des chemins vicinaux
Collette, Jean-Pierre ULg; Hanocq, Philippe ULg; Zirbes, Christian

Report (1998)

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See detailTYPOLOGIE DE L’OCCUPATION DU SOL ET GENERATION DE MOBILITE
Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Collectif (Ed.) Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Transport Research (1998, July)

The paper attempts to describe the main typologies of the urbanization in Belgium, their evolution and their incidence on the everyday mobility of persons. The comparison between the systems of land use ... [more ▼]

The paper attempts to describe the main typologies of the urbanization in Belgium, their evolution and their incidence on the everyday mobility of persons. The comparison between the systems of land use allows to approach, through concrete cases, one of the fundamental aspects of the relationship "development - mobility", namely the impact of the compactness (density) of an urban system on the generation of mobility. Furthermore, this paper tries to confirm / infirm the validity of certain assumptions describing the future supply and demand in the areas of urbanization and communication, taking account of current observed patterns : a tendency to extend the isotropic urbanization and a steady and diversified growth of the car oriented mobility. [less ▲]

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See detailEtude des interrelations entre les politiques de l'aménagement du territoire et des transports
Hanocq, Philippe ULg; Collette, Jean-Pierre ULg; Minder, Vincent

Report (1998)

Theoretical research ordered by the Belgian Federal Ministry for Scientific Research, within the framework program “transport and mobility - 1990/1996”. This project involved the CRAU-Ulg in different ... [more ▼]

Theoretical research ordered by the Belgian Federal Ministry for Scientific Research, within the framework program “transport and mobility - 1990/1996”. This project involved the CRAU-Ulg in different international events dealing with “territorial organisation and mobility”. CRAU's intervention aimed to : 1. Establish what kind of links exist between urban planning and mobility in Belgium ; 2. Advise for a better co-ordination of policies in these fields. This research describes the most significant polarisation phenomena in Belgium and analyses the mobility generated by each specific urban typology through a broad description of flows and their interactions with the different parameters resulting out of the spatial organisation. A temporal analysis of these factors intends to describe the current evolution. [less ▲]

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See detailElaboration d'une méthodologie pour la mise à jour de l'Atlas des chemins vicinaux
Hanocq, Philippe ULg; Angenot, Etienne ULg; Baijot, Philippe et al

Report (1998)

Elaboration d'une méthodologie pour la révision générale de l'Atlas des voiries vicinales et évaluation de la praticabilité d'une transcription de l'Atlas sur un support informatique en vue de sa gestion ... [more ▼]

Elaboration d'une méthodologie pour la révision générale de l'Atlas des voiries vicinales et évaluation de la praticabilité d'une transcription de l'Atlas sur un support informatique en vue de sa gestion future. L'étude a comporté plusieurs étapes : Etape 1 : Mise en évidence des problèmes actuels d'exploitation et de gestion de l'Atlas des chemins vicinaux Etape 2 : Discussion sur les potentialités offertes par une migration de l'Atlas sur support numérique. Analyse comparative de différents fonds cartographiques disponibles en Wallonie pour retenir un fond de référence approprié. Etape 3 : Elaboration d'une méthodologie pour la transcription de l'Atlas existant sur support informatique, pour sa mise à jour et sa gestion future. [less ▲]

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See detailNandrin - Plan communal de mobilité et de sécurité
Hanocq, Philippe ULg; Lacroix, Pascal; Angenot, Etienne ULg

in Croughs, Roger; Jacobs, Chantal; Vermeiren, Benoît (Eds.) le plan communal de mobilité - Evaluation de projets-pilotes wallons - Méthode de conception (1997)

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See detailPlan communal de mobilité : évaluation des projets-pilotes en région wallonne / Nandrin
Vermeiren, Benoît; Jacobs, Chantal; Hanocq, Philippe ULg

in Institut belge pour la sécurité routière; Région wallonne - DGPL; Vanboterdal-Biefnot, Annie (Eds.) Le plan communal de mobilité : Evaluation des projets-pilotes wallons - Guide méthodologique de conception (1997)

The Minister for Internal Affairs of the Walloon Region and his Administration decided in 1996 to set up seven municipal mobility plans in a number of rural, urban and suburban municipalities. Though each ... [more ▼]

The Minister for Internal Affairs of the Walloon Region and his Administration decided in 1996 to set up seven municipal mobility plans in a number of rural, urban and suburban municipalities. Though each plan and methodology are specific, they all provide a new outlook for municipal management of mobility and investment schedule possibilities as well at the level of modal choice as at the level of refurbishment of public realm. [less ▲]

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