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The uniqueness of the Academy (ARL) has stemmed since 1946 from close voluntary cooperation between researchers in the spatial and planning sciences and practitioners of spatial planning and development.

Joint, cross- and transdisciplinary cooperation in working groups and projects brings together the knowledge of both academia and practice. During the first decades of its existence the ARL focused primarily on German spatial planning and development.

Since the early 1990s this focus has broadened out to engage with the EU and increasing globalisation.

Current
userEuropean Working Group
Through its coordinating and balancing function, spatial planning plays an important role in developing sustainable land use strategies and safeguarding open
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Current
userGerman Regional Working Group
The Baden-Württemberg working group is one of seven regional working groups of the ARL.
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Current
userGerman Regional Working Group
The LAG Bavaria is one of seven regional working groups of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL).
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Current
userInternational Working Group
Beyond the Process – Finding common ground for a discussion on planning’s substantial foundation The International Working Group aims to provide a
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Current
userGerman Regional Working Group
The Hesse/ Rhineland-Palatinate /Saarland working group is one of seven regional working groups of the ARL – the Academy for Territorial Development in the L
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Current
userProject
Services of Generel Interest Particularly in structurally weak and sparsely populated rural regions, the consequences of a negative natural populat
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Current
userGerman Regional Working Group
The North Rhine-Westphalia working group is one of seven regional working groups of the Academy for Territorial Development (ARL), and is made up of represen
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Current
userGerman Regional Working Group
The Saxony/Saxony-Anhalt/Thuringia regional working group is one of seven regional working groups of the Academy for Territorial Development (ARL).
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