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As a result of global urbanization processes, the challenges regarding the design of our spatial and social living environment are increasing. Various cultural and economic conditions in the states require, on the one hand, the formulation of internal goals, strategies and planning concepts and, on the other, certain phenomena are also subject to universal societal changes. Thus, the interconnections and functional dependencies between cities and surrounding areas are narrowing everywhere and call into question the predominant sectoral planning practice both spatially and with respect to content.

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