Øyets lyst er sist til å knekkes : hvordan er hensynet til kulturmiljø og landskap ivaretatt ved revisjonen av plan- og bygningsloven?
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Original versionLillehammer, Grete (2005): Øyets lyst er sist til å knekkes - Hvordan er hensynet til kulturmiljø og landskap ivaretatt ved revisjonen av plan- og bygningsloven? AmS-Nett 3, Arkeologisk museum i Stavanger
The Museum of Archaeology, Stavanger, in co-operation with the University of Stavanger, focus on the education of cultural managers and planners of the present day landscape in relation to the future. A broad perspective is demanded of the knowledge to protect the cultural heritage and their environment, in particular those places in the environment, which are unknown and invisible, or indistinctly perceived in the landscape. The aim of the revision of the Planning and Building Act is the simplification of the planning system in order to make the control of land use and enterprise more effective and flexible in the future. High attention is given to the value of aesthetic qualities in the landscape. These are goals, which set in motion should pay special attention to the lack in public’s awareness and understanding of the hidden traces of the past in the cultural landscape. Going unnoticed by the public these places could give raise to new environmental conflicts in the future.