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This tends to be less true for the water aspect of the projects since they are important to the nationally significant interest in managing ―flood security‖. Additionally, the Waterboards are supported through their personal taxing structure from which they can fund parts of these projects. In Overijssel this debate is reflected at the provincial level. At the project level the main debates occur around land and money issues. A central yet opposite perspective that goes beyond practicalities of pros and cons for individual land owners is the reluctance of the farmers and their organizations to give up increasing acres of farm land.
Given the fact that the processes operate in a complex and dynamic, and thus unpredictable and uncertain environment, so-called linear project management is a recipe for failure. To be able to succeed in integrating multiple legitimate and desired uses, multiple actors‘ consent, sectoral policy schemes, funding rules, time frames and scale issues, members of project teams need to be skilled ―boundary spanners‖ (Williams 2002) and able to see, use and sometimes create ―windows of opportunity‖. Consequently the narratives of the (inter)actions are highly informative on what strategies are used to achieve good results under various contexts.
3. Provincial level: Reconstruction plan Salland-Twente (2004): a provincial plan for the development of the rural area with attention for agriculture, water system, nature and landscape, including cultural history and estates. 4. Provincial level: Water management plan Overijssel 2000+ (2001): the provincial water plan (now integrated in the new provincial Living Environment Vision (Omgevingsvisie). 5. Regional level: Nature area plan Vecht-Regge (2004): a further territorial elaboration of the provincial nature and landscape policy plan (BNLO) and the ―Area perspective Vecht-Regge‖, that earmarks this area as a ―precious cultural landscape‖.