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eISSN
1869-4179
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30 Jan 1936
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German, English

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Volume 61 (2003): Issue 6 (November 2003)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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7 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Shortened cycles of use in commercial property — a problem for urban planning?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 423 - 435

Abstract

Abstract

Against the background of legislative considerations to introduce a temporary building law, the article considers the question whether shortened cycles of use really exist for commercial property and which possibilities to control them would be available. In contrast to generally accepted theses there is largely no empirical evidence to determine whether and to what extent shortened cycles of use exist and which dimension these shortened cycles of use have in temporal and quantitative terms (the extent to which locations and branches are affected). It is true that there are a number of plausible clues that indicate a shortening of cycles of use in parts of the commercial property market. Generally legal and economic policy options are already available for such cases today. Complementary legal instruments are only required for a few special cases, otherwise there is merely a need for helpful measures that support the existing set of instruments.

access type Open Access

Die regional rates of return on public university financing

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 436 - 446

Abstract

Abstract

This article examines the short-term regional economic effects of universities. The methodology used differs substantially from previous studies as it focuses on the additional resources attracted to the region by the establishment of universities. The effects of the attracted resources are therefore related to the basic financing provided by the federal state (Land). We call these relations the regional rates of return on university financing. We demonstrate the regional rates of return using the experience of the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg and the college of higher education Magdeburg-Stendal as examples. The results indicate that the financing of universities is an effective means to create both jobs and economic prosperity. In turn, the reduction of public funding for universities causes substantial opportunity costs for the region, even in the short term.

access type Open Access

Using sustainability indicators to control zoning plans

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 447 - 456

Abstract

Abstract

Dealing with the paradigm of “sustainable spatial development” (in German planning) is still characterised by some uncertainties. In order to respond to these uncertainties, the following article presents the concept of an indicator — based sustainability assessment. It assists the consideration of zoning plans by putting the paradigm of “sustainable spatial development” in concrete terms and making it checkable. The criteria for the assessment are familiar sustainability indicators. As a result of the sustainability assessment, the planning and control functions of these criteria increase. This article proposes a methodology for indicator — based sustainability assessment and names the success factors for the integration of sustainability goals into planning.

access type Open Access

20 years of suburbanisation of the population

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 457 - 471

Abstract

Abstract

Every year the major German cities are losing inhabitants through the suburbanisation of their urban fringe. The study of seven major cities reveals an annual negative migration balance of about 0.5% of the total population between 1981 and 2000. Thus approximately 10% of the urban population migrated to the surrounding countryside in 20 years. Suburbanisation is an essential reason for the ratio of population-related housing completions, in which the inner city brings considerably fewer dwellings onto the market — with a ratio of 1:1.7 — in comparison with the urban fringe. The building type of so-called “single-family” and “two-family” houses plays a special role in the process of suburbanisation. The study illustrates the greater attractiveness of the urban fringe and the scarce availability of building sites in the inner cities for the construction of single-family and two-family houses: as a result, the population-related housing completions in urban fringe areas are four to five times higher than in the city centre.

access type Open Access

Regional strategies for the promotion of a sustainable development of settlement areas

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 472 - 479

Abstract

Abstract

Although various negative impacts of current trends in land use have been obvious for years in Germany, change in this trend cannot be recognised seen. One option for increasing the effectiveness of public regulatory policies is to make use of so — called “regional development strategies”, an integrated political approach to reshape land use policy. After defining basic terms and fundamental types of such “strategies” the text indicates different possibilities for changing land use policies. The International Building Exhibition “Fürst-Pückler-Land” in the Lusatia region (German state of Brandenburg) is used as an example to demonstrate the usefulness of such strategies.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

The inclusion of local cold air in planning decisions

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 480 - 484

Abstract

Abstract

The new guideline of the German Association of Engineers (VDI) no. 3887, sheet 5 considers the processes of the development and flow-off of cold air that are important for urban and regional planning. It evaluates the impacts of planning interventions on air hygiene, human beings, plants, traffic and settlement planning. Furthermore it gives reasons for the designation of priority areas for climate protection in regional plans.

Article

7 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Shortened cycles of use in commercial property — a problem for urban planning?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 423 - 435

Abstract

Abstract

Against the background of legislative considerations to introduce a temporary building law, the article considers the question whether shortened cycles of use really exist for commercial property and which possibilities to control them would be available. In contrast to generally accepted theses there is largely no empirical evidence to determine whether and to what extent shortened cycles of use exist and which dimension these shortened cycles of use have in temporal and quantitative terms (the extent to which locations and branches are affected). It is true that there are a number of plausible clues that indicate a shortening of cycles of use in parts of the commercial property market. Generally legal and economic policy options are already available for such cases today. Complementary legal instruments are only required for a few special cases, otherwise there is merely a need for helpful measures that support the existing set of instruments.

access type Open Access

Die regional rates of return on public university financing

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 436 - 446

Abstract

Abstract

This article examines the short-term regional economic effects of universities. The methodology used differs substantially from previous studies as it focuses on the additional resources attracted to the region by the establishment of universities. The effects of the attracted resources are therefore related to the basic financing provided by the federal state (Land). We call these relations the regional rates of return on university financing. We demonstrate the regional rates of return using the experience of the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg and the college of higher education Magdeburg-Stendal as examples. The results indicate that the financing of universities is an effective means to create both jobs and economic prosperity. In turn, the reduction of public funding for universities causes substantial opportunity costs for the region, even in the short term.

access type Open Access

Using sustainability indicators to control zoning plans

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 447 - 456

Abstract

Abstract

Dealing with the paradigm of “sustainable spatial development” (in German planning) is still characterised by some uncertainties. In order to respond to these uncertainties, the following article presents the concept of an indicator — based sustainability assessment. It assists the consideration of zoning plans by putting the paradigm of “sustainable spatial development” in concrete terms and making it checkable. The criteria for the assessment are familiar sustainability indicators. As a result of the sustainability assessment, the planning and control functions of these criteria increase. This article proposes a methodology for indicator — based sustainability assessment and names the success factors for the integration of sustainability goals into planning.

access type Open Access

20 years of suburbanisation of the population

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 457 - 471

Abstract

Abstract

Every year the major German cities are losing inhabitants through the suburbanisation of their urban fringe. The study of seven major cities reveals an annual negative migration balance of about 0.5% of the total population between 1981 and 2000. Thus approximately 10% of the urban population migrated to the surrounding countryside in 20 years. Suburbanisation is an essential reason for the ratio of population-related housing completions, in which the inner city brings considerably fewer dwellings onto the market — with a ratio of 1:1.7 — in comparison with the urban fringe. The building type of so-called “single-family” and “two-family” houses plays a special role in the process of suburbanisation. The study illustrates the greater attractiveness of the urban fringe and the scarce availability of building sites in the inner cities for the construction of single-family and two-family houses: as a result, the population-related housing completions in urban fringe areas are four to five times higher than in the city centre.

access type Open Access

Regional strategies for the promotion of a sustainable development of settlement areas

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 472 - 479

Abstract

Abstract

Although various negative impacts of current trends in land use have been obvious for years in Germany, change in this trend cannot be recognised seen. One option for increasing the effectiveness of public regulatory policies is to make use of so — called “regional development strategies”, an integrated political approach to reshape land use policy. After defining basic terms and fundamental types of such “strategies” the text indicates different possibilities for changing land use policies. The International Building Exhibition “Fürst-Pückler-Land” in the Lusatia region (German state of Brandenburg) is used as an example to demonstrate the usefulness of such strategies.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

The inclusion of local cold air in planning decisions

Published Online: 30 Nov 2003
Page range: 480 - 484

Abstract

Abstract

The new guideline of the German Association of Engineers (VDI) no. 3887, sheet 5 considers the processes of the development and flow-off of cold air that are important for urban and regional planning. It evaluates the impacts of planning interventions on air hygiene, human beings, plants, traffic and settlement planning. Furthermore it gives reasons for the designation of priority areas for climate protection in regional plans.

Article

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