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Together with the United Kingdom, the Netherlands is often seen as an example of quality zoning policy (Van der Valk and De Vries 1996). Zoning plans were previously designed by the central government and have always been strictly imposed. This has reduced urban sprawl; at the same time, it also designated zones for nature development mostly at the expense of agricultural land. Although the spatial planning policy has recently become more decentralized, and became less efficient as a result, during the period studied in this chapter, efficient top-down zoning policy was still in place.
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These dynamics do not seem to be related with policy changes over time and may, in fact hint at the complex and coincidental relation between planning, economic opportunities and spatial developments. Exactly which development will take place at a particular location at a certain moment in time will depend on many factors. The Dutch planning system is notoriously slow in keeping up with changes (Van Rij 2009); spatial plans may need a long time to become reality because of the various governmental layers that may be involved and (legal) procedures that have to be followed.