ESDP

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ESDPEuropean Security and Defense Policy
ESDPEuropean Spatial Development Perspective
ESDPExtended Service Discovery Profile
ESDPEuropean Society for Developmental Psychology
ESDPEnergy Services Delivery Project (World Bank)
ESDPEmployability Skills Development Program
ESDPEntente Sportive Dresny Plessé (French sports club)
ESDPEuropean Security and Defense Program
ESDPEmerging Supervisor Development Program (US Air Force)
ESDPEngineer & Scientist Development Program
ESDPEducational Services Development and Publishing
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The European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) recommends spatial development policy to be based on three main principles:
It is suggested that, drawing on such links, there is scope for the region to 'develop as part of a wider European area of dynamic economic growth and become a strategic counter-balance to the South-East of England/ Northern France/Northern Germany, with Liverpool and Manchester recognised as international cities with potential as global cities and gateways' and that this 'would give expression to one of the key aims of the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP), to achieve greater balance and polycentricity in Europe as a whole'.
1) European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP): Towards Balanced and Sustainable Development of the Territory of the European Union.
IF THE PUBLICATION of the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) marked its birth, albeit after a very long gestation, then European spatial planning is coming up for its sixth birthday.
There can be little doubt that over the last five years European spatial development and planning has been introduced to a much wider audience, not least as a result of the European Spatial Development Perspective (4) and INTERREG funding.
a government could calmly speak of 'the heyday of a certain fashion for strategic planning, the confidence in which now appears exaggerated: If nothing else, the winds blowing out of Europe will dispel such miasmas: the UK, like every other member country, has taken on board the European Spatial Development Perspective, with its heavily French-influenced call for comprehensive planning on the model of the Amenagement du Territoire; and indeed we've gone a lot further than most in making it the foundation of our new 2004 Planning Act.
1) The report used the concept to describe the spatially uneven development of the EU territory, and particularly the concentration of population and economic activity in the core area of Europe, which was later coined 'the pentagon' in the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP).
It draws attention to the issues and implications for Scotland arising from the enlargement of the European Union (EU), the importance of taking on board the ideas associated with the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP), and the requirement for a spatial planning framework to be the basis of future EU funding regimes.
The concept of peripherality continues to exert great influence upon the EU policy agenda, with policy instruments such as Europe 2000+ and the European Spatial Development Perspective highlighting the particular development needs of spatially remote and peripheral regions of the EU.
The European Spatial Development Perspective, published in 1999, (1) and the funding available to promote transnational co-operation on spatial planning through the INTERREG Community initiative are having direct effects on land use planning in the UK.
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