|Posted on January 24, 2013 at 4:05 AM|
This looks a lot like the K-Zone.
homeQ&ACitatenDocumentenKaartLABMagazineRaadsinformatieContact Zoekveld Zoeken login The Metropolitan region Rotterdam The Hague The Metropolitan region Rotterdam The Hague is a natural convergence of the two strong agglomerations around the cities of Rotterdam and The Hague. Both have their own unique profile and a distinctive identity. They complement each other well and their strengths act in synergy. Every day around half a million commuters travel from home to work or to training or study. The region really does function as a single, daily urban system. In other words the region and its 24 local authorities have been working closely together in numerous domains for a long time already: the Metropolitan region is alive and kicking.
Three leading economic sectors
The regions around Rotterdam and The Hague have a powerful international orientation:
the port-industry complex Mainport Rotterdam The Hague International City of Peace and Justice, the Security Delta network for world class security solutions and the International Court of Justice the Greenport Westland-Oostland is a world player in global horticulture under glass.
The region’s international features are apparent in its academic institutions, the three universities:
Erasmus University Rotterdam Delft University of Technology the University of Leiden - The Hague campus.
Nine international leading sectors
Transport & Logistics Chemical & Energy Greenports Peace, Justice & Security Sustainable Technology Life Sciences & Health Pensions & Insurance Water & Delta ICT & Telecom.
The region has an ambitious mission and is adopting three strategies to strengthen:
the daily urban system the potential of economy, knowledge and innovation the standard of amenities.
(http://mrdh.nl/metropolitan-region-rotterdam-hague, Accessed on 24 January 2013)
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