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

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Volume 64 (2006): Issue 6 (November 2006)

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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10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Neue Leitbilder der Raumentwicklung in Deutschland

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 441 - 450

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial development concepts represent a desirable state of the spatial structure in the future. They are based on the analysis and evaluation of the state achieved so far and are once in a while adapted to the changing social and economic framework conditions. They are an important coordinating instrument in spatial planning. On the Federal spatial planning level, the Federation and the Länder are to jointly develop “concepts for the regional development of the national territory” in line with § 18 of the Federal Regional Planning Act. Following a large discussion process, the German Standing Conference of Ministers responsible for Spatial Planning (Ministerkonferenz filr Raumordnung MKRO) decided on 30 June 2006 to launch new concepts and action strategies for spatial development in Germany. They cover current topics of spatial planning policy, i. e. growth and innovation, services for the public, protection of resources and development of cultural landscapes.

Open Access

Neue Leitbilder der Raumentwicklung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 451 - 459

Abstract

Abstract

After an intensive discussion within the planning community as well as in the political area the Standing Conference of Ministers responsible for Spatial Planning has decided upon new visions and guidelines for spatial development in Germany. Its main topics are contributions of planning and regional policy to general social and economic tasks like “growth and innovation”, “guaranteeing public services” and “safeguarding natural resources” as well as “shaping cultural landscapes”. The paper wants to explain why the new guidelines indicate an innovative step for spatial planning at the federal level in Germany. The main messages are: The guidelines identify their goals and proposals for action not from a traditional territorial perspective using categories like agglomerations and rural areas. Instead the new strategies refer to prevailing economic, social and environmental challenges like regional competitiveness, demographic change and conflicts on land-use priorities. This signifies a paradigm shift from traditional equity-oriented interventions in favour of rural areas to a stronger emphasis on urban agglomerations and their metropolitan development potentials. The apparent or supposed shift led to continuing political and ideological discussions which are treated in this article.

Open Access

Neuorientierung der Raumordnungspolitik?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 460 - 472

Abstract

Abstract

The article discusses the „Concepts and Action Strategies for Spatial Development in Germany“ adopted on 30th June 2006 by the Standing Conference of Ministers Responsible for Spatial Planning. It considers the context, thefunction and the central message of the document as well as in detail the three guiding visions (Leitbilder). The author analyses both the innovative content of the document and its conceptual consistency; he also explores the question of to what extent the new guiding visions signalise a paradigm shift in spatial planning policy to the detriment of the aim of balanced regional development in favour of growth, competitiveness and the market, and thus also an acceptance of greater regional disparities. The conclusion is that there is in fact no paradigm shift taking place in spatial planning policy, but equally that the new guiding visions are by no means a plea for everything simply to continue as before. Three new accents can be distinguished: firstly, a special emphasis on the aim of growth and innovation, secondly, a re-interpretation of the aim of securing the supply of basic and essential infrastructure, in particular against the background of demographic change, and thirdly, a more detailed specification of aims with regard to the safeguarding of natural resources and the shaping of cultural landscapes.

Open Access

Leitbilder und strategische Raumentwicklung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 473 - 485

Abstract

Abstract

Concepts should fulfil different functions in the framework of a strategic spatial development: orientation, co-ordination, reflection, innovation and activation. How can the new “Concepts and Policy Strategies for Spatial Development in Germany” be placed in this respect? The article considers the orientation of the concepts towards growth and the provision of essential services as well as the strategy “reinforcing strengths” the concentration of metropolitan regions connected with this and the economic orientation of spatial development. Do objective conflicts result with the orientation towards balance and with the overriding concepts of a sustainable spatial development? Which perspectives are offered by the new instrument of “large-scale communities of responsibility? And with regard to the planning method: How can concept processes guarantee the necessary openness and adaptability? Further-reaching research questions are derived from the discussion.

Open Access

Die Rolle von Karten im Leitbildprozess

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 486 - 497

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial Strategies are a non-binding planning instrument and gain their effect through persuasiveness and consensus building in the discussion process. The communication of its basic concepts is therefore of essential importance. In spatial planning, interrelations, aims and interests are not only expressed by the use of words, but also visualised in maps. The article deals with the contribution of maps to the communication of spatial strategies. The recent spatial strategies from other european countries help to get an insight into possible junctions and usages of maps in the process. The aim is a conscious reflection of possibilities of visualisation.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

60 Jahre Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 498 - 511

Abstract

Open Access

Die Zeitschrift „Raumforschung und Raumordnung“ 1936–2006

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 512 - 523

Abstract

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Article

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 533 - 533

Abstract

Neue Literatur

Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 534 - 543

Abstract

10 Articles

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

Open Access

Neue Leitbilder der Raumentwicklung in Deutschland

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 441 - 450

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial development concepts represent a desirable state of the spatial structure in the future. They are based on the analysis and evaluation of the state achieved so far and are once in a while adapted to the changing social and economic framework conditions. They are an important coordinating instrument in spatial planning. On the Federal spatial planning level, the Federation and the Länder are to jointly develop “concepts for the regional development of the national territory” in line with § 18 of the Federal Regional Planning Act. Following a large discussion process, the German Standing Conference of Ministers responsible for Spatial Planning (Ministerkonferenz filr Raumordnung MKRO) decided on 30 June 2006 to launch new concepts and action strategies for spatial development in Germany. They cover current topics of spatial planning policy, i. e. growth and innovation, services for the public, protection of resources and development of cultural landscapes.

Open Access

Neue Leitbilder der Raumentwicklung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 451 - 459

Abstract

Abstract

After an intensive discussion within the planning community as well as in the political area the Standing Conference of Ministers responsible for Spatial Planning has decided upon new visions and guidelines for spatial development in Germany. Its main topics are contributions of planning and regional policy to general social and economic tasks like “growth and innovation”, “guaranteeing public services” and “safeguarding natural resources” as well as “shaping cultural landscapes”. The paper wants to explain why the new guidelines indicate an innovative step for spatial planning at the federal level in Germany. The main messages are: The guidelines identify their goals and proposals for action not from a traditional territorial perspective using categories like agglomerations and rural areas. Instead the new strategies refer to prevailing economic, social and environmental challenges like regional competitiveness, demographic change and conflicts on land-use priorities. This signifies a paradigm shift from traditional equity-oriented interventions in favour of rural areas to a stronger emphasis on urban agglomerations and their metropolitan development potentials. The apparent or supposed shift led to continuing political and ideological discussions which are treated in this article.

Open Access

Neuorientierung der Raumordnungspolitik?

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 460 - 472

Abstract

Abstract

The article discusses the „Concepts and Action Strategies for Spatial Development in Germany“ adopted on 30th June 2006 by the Standing Conference of Ministers Responsible for Spatial Planning. It considers the context, thefunction and the central message of the document as well as in detail the three guiding visions (Leitbilder). The author analyses both the innovative content of the document and its conceptual consistency; he also explores the question of to what extent the new guiding visions signalise a paradigm shift in spatial planning policy to the detriment of the aim of balanced regional development in favour of growth, competitiveness and the market, and thus also an acceptance of greater regional disparities. The conclusion is that there is in fact no paradigm shift taking place in spatial planning policy, but equally that the new guiding visions are by no means a plea for everything simply to continue as before. Three new accents can be distinguished: firstly, a special emphasis on the aim of growth and innovation, secondly, a re-interpretation of the aim of securing the supply of basic and essential infrastructure, in particular against the background of demographic change, and thirdly, a more detailed specification of aims with regard to the safeguarding of natural resources and the shaping of cultural landscapes.

Open Access

Leitbilder und strategische Raumentwicklung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 473 - 485

Abstract

Abstract

Concepts should fulfil different functions in the framework of a strategic spatial development: orientation, co-ordination, reflection, innovation and activation. How can the new “Concepts and Policy Strategies for Spatial Development in Germany” be placed in this respect? The article considers the orientation of the concepts towards growth and the provision of essential services as well as the strategy “reinforcing strengths” the concentration of metropolitan regions connected with this and the economic orientation of spatial development. Do objective conflicts result with the orientation towards balance and with the overriding concepts of a sustainable spatial development? Which perspectives are offered by the new instrument of “large-scale communities of responsibility? And with regard to the planning method: How can concept processes guarantee the necessary openness and adaptability? Further-reaching research questions are derived from the discussion.

Open Access

Die Rolle von Karten im Leitbildprozess

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 486 - 497

Abstract

Abstract

Spatial Strategies are a non-binding planning instrument and gain their effect through persuasiveness and consensus building in the discussion process. The communication of its basic concepts is therefore of essential importance. In spatial planning, interrelations, aims and interests are not only expressed by the use of words, but also visualised in maps. The article deals with the contribution of maps to the communication of spatial strategies. The recent spatial strategies from other european countries help to get an insight into possible junctions and usages of maps in the process. The aim is a conscious reflection of possibilities of visualisation.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Open Access

60 Jahre Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 498 - 511

Abstract

Open Access

Die Zeitschrift „Raumforschung und Raumordnung“ 1936–2006

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 512 - 523

Abstract

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Article

Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 533 - 533

Abstract

Neue Literatur

Open Access

Auswahldokumentation neuer Literatur

Published Online: 30 Nov 2006
Page range: 534 - 543

Abstract

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