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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 69 (2011): Issue 6 (December 2011)

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

Editorial

access type Open Access

Neue Rubrik: ‚Zur Diskussion‘

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 357 - 358

Abstract

Zur Diskussion

access type Open Access

Perspectives of Spatial Planning in Europe

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 359 - 365

Abstract

Abstract

Guidelines of the EU for the maritime spatial planning are to be expected in the foreseeable future. Such guidelines will be targeted to achieve a harmonisation of the spatial planning legislation within the member states and will also impact the spatial planning legislation on-shore. This process should be actively accompanied by German institutions to contribute national learnings—and, not at least, to avoid unfavourable developments on a European level which have been recognized nationally. Such harmonising stipulations of the European legislation include organisational regulations regarding a “single body” to be nominated by the member states, substantive rules in regard to a commitment of spatial planning to sustainability and supra-regional as well as cross-disciplinary actions, in terms of instrumentation via a coordinated use of binding specifications in spatial plans on the one hand and informal instruments on the other hand, via the application of the spatial planning procedures within the maritime area and furthermore via the assignment of new tasks to the spatial planning (bodies), as monitoring and mediation. Finally, the former priority of the European nature conservation legislation has to be replaced by a balancing consideration within the scope of spatial planning.

Keywords

  • European spatial planning
  • Formal instruments of spatial planning
  • Informal instruments of spatial planning
  • Mediation
  • Monitoring
  • European nature conservation

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

access type Open Access

Decision Support for a Sustainable Spatial Bioenergy Supply the Discussion and Regulation of a Sustainable Bioenergy Supply—Methods and Regulation Tools

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 367 - 382

Abstract

Abstract

An increasing bioenergy supply is likely to cause an increasing demand on space. In order to approach upcoming spatial developments, regional planning is confronted with questions about the extent and the character of possible developments and with questions about appropriate tools to tackle them. Therefore, a method has been evolved for the purpose of identifying appropriate tools taking the planning region Western Saxony as a case study. The methodological approach can be used as a guideline for other regions in Germany and is therefore introduced. It allows to determine spatial potentials for a regional bioenergy supply regarding energy crops and plant types in particular. Different development opportunities can be depicted in qualitative spatial scenarios, and their environmental impacts as well as land use conflicts can be assessed. The method can be applied to develop a spatial biomass concept. In turn, this can contribute to the preparation of a regional energy concept as it is recently being discussed. As a matter of fact, the spatial biomass concept is rather a flexible tool that determines a development frame than a final concept. The advantage is the high adaptability to changes in framework conditions and technical developments. Furthermore, it provides a helpful access for the initiation of regional debates about development aims and strategies.

Keywords

  • Bioenergy supply
  • Planning method
  • Scenarios
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Land use conflicts
  • Informal regulation tools

Schlagwörter

  • Bioenergiebereitstellung
  • Planungsmethode
  • Szenarien
  • Umweltauswirkungen
  • Nutzungs- und Flächenkonkurrenzen
  • Informelle Steuerungsinstrumente

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

Land Recycling Strategies as Opportunity for Economic Development in an Ecologically Sensitive Growth Region—Case Study of the “Schiesser-Area” in Radolfzell (Lake Constance Region)

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 383 - 396

Abstract

Abstract

Lake Constance region features a very high ecological value. At the same time Lake Constance is rated among the most innovative high-tech growth regions in Germany. As a result of this considerable conflicts of interest with regard to opposing land use systems arise. Based on the case study of the middle centre of Radolfzell, where land use conflicts are substantial, the effectiveness of land recycling measures of conversion sites was studied in detail. The survey revealed that the token measures in Radolfzell contributed to a sustainable urban and economic development.

Keywords

  • Land recycling
  • Inner urban development
  • Growth region
  • Land-use conflicts
  • Conservation areas of international significance
access type Open Access

Is the Regional Land Use Plan a Solution for the Challenges in Metropolitan Regions? Considerations about the Installation in the Greater Frankfurt/Rhine-Main Area

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 397 - 411

Abstract

Abstract

The initial installation of a Regional Land Use Plan in the region Frankfurt/Rhine-Main has shown that this type of plan is well suited to make a more effective performance of tasks of planning action requirements in metropolitan urban areas. This was first demonstrated in a study accompanying the planning process by a working group of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning. Crucial issues are the introduction, the content structure and the key elements of the plan, the plan preparation process and the acceptance by the affected municipalities. In addition, initial findings to future demands on the regional land use plan could be derived from the ongoing planning process. Moreover, initial understandings for application of this planning instrument in the German planning practice are formulated in general. Nevertheless the ultimate test for the Regional Land Use Plan in the practical application still to put its suitability as an effective and efficient planning tool has to be done after its entry into force in 2011.

Keywords

  • Land use planning
  • Regional planning
  • Urban regions
  • Planning system

Schlagwörter

  • Flächennutzungsplanung
  • Regionalplanung
  • Stadtregionen
  • Planungssystem

Rezension

access type Open Access

Governance und Raum

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 413 - 414

Abstract

access type Open Access

Postsuburbanisierung und die Renaissance der (Innen-)Städte. Neue Entwicklungen in der Stadtregion

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 415 - 417

Abstract

access type Open Access

Räumliche Mobilität im Wandel: Wanderungen im Lebenslauf und ihre Auswirkungen auf die Stadtentwicklung in Nordrhein-Westfalen

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 419 - 420

Abstract

access type Open Access

Stadtstaat – Utopie oder realistisches Modell? Theoretiker und Praktiker in der Diskussion

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 421 - 423

Abstract

access type Open Access

Neue Vielfalt in der urbanen Stadtgesellschaft

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 425 - 427

Abstract

10 Articles

Editorial

access type Open Access

Neue Rubrik: ‚Zur Diskussion‘

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 357 - 358

Abstract

Zur Diskussion

access type Open Access

Perspectives of Spatial Planning in Europe

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 359 - 365

Abstract

Abstract

Guidelines of the EU for the maritime spatial planning are to be expected in the foreseeable future. Such guidelines will be targeted to achieve a harmonisation of the spatial planning legislation within the member states and will also impact the spatial planning legislation on-shore. This process should be actively accompanied by German institutions to contribute national learnings—and, not at least, to avoid unfavourable developments on a European level which have been recognized nationally. Such harmonising stipulations of the European legislation include organisational regulations regarding a “single body” to be nominated by the member states, substantive rules in regard to a commitment of spatial planning to sustainability and supra-regional as well as cross-disciplinary actions, in terms of instrumentation via a coordinated use of binding specifications in spatial plans on the one hand and informal instruments on the other hand, via the application of the spatial planning procedures within the maritime area and furthermore via the assignment of new tasks to the spatial planning (bodies), as monitoring and mediation. Finally, the former priority of the European nature conservation legislation has to be replaced by a balancing consideration within the scope of spatial planning.

Keywords

  • European spatial planning
  • Formal instruments of spatial planning
  • Informal instruments of spatial planning
  • Mediation
  • Monitoring
  • European nature conservation

Wissenschaftlicher Beitrag

access type Open Access

Decision Support for a Sustainable Spatial Bioenergy Supply the Discussion and Regulation of a Sustainable Bioenergy Supply—Methods and Regulation Tools

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 367 - 382

Abstract

Abstract

An increasing bioenergy supply is likely to cause an increasing demand on space. In order to approach upcoming spatial developments, regional planning is confronted with questions about the extent and the character of possible developments and with questions about appropriate tools to tackle them. Therefore, a method has been evolved for the purpose of identifying appropriate tools taking the planning region Western Saxony as a case study. The methodological approach can be used as a guideline for other regions in Germany and is therefore introduced. It allows to determine spatial potentials for a regional bioenergy supply regarding energy crops and plant types in particular. Different development opportunities can be depicted in qualitative spatial scenarios, and their environmental impacts as well as land use conflicts can be assessed. The method can be applied to develop a spatial biomass concept. In turn, this can contribute to the preparation of a regional energy concept as it is recently being discussed. As a matter of fact, the spatial biomass concept is rather a flexible tool that determines a development frame than a final concept. The advantage is the high adaptability to changes in framework conditions and technical developments. Furthermore, it provides a helpful access for the initiation of regional debates about development aims and strategies.

Keywords

  • Bioenergy supply
  • Planning method
  • Scenarios
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Land use conflicts
  • Informal regulation tools

Schlagwörter

  • Bioenergiebereitstellung
  • Planungsmethode
  • Szenarien
  • Umweltauswirkungen
  • Nutzungs- und Flächenkonkurrenzen
  • Informelle Steuerungsinstrumente

Bericht aus Forschung und Praxis

access type Open Access

Land Recycling Strategies as Opportunity for Economic Development in an Ecologically Sensitive Growth Region—Case Study of the “Schiesser-Area” in Radolfzell (Lake Constance Region)

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 383 - 396

Abstract

Abstract

Lake Constance region features a very high ecological value. At the same time Lake Constance is rated among the most innovative high-tech growth regions in Germany. As a result of this considerable conflicts of interest with regard to opposing land use systems arise. Based on the case study of the middle centre of Radolfzell, where land use conflicts are substantial, the effectiveness of land recycling measures of conversion sites was studied in detail. The survey revealed that the token measures in Radolfzell contributed to a sustainable urban and economic development.

Keywords

  • Land recycling
  • Inner urban development
  • Growth region
  • Land-use conflicts
  • Conservation areas of international significance
access type Open Access

Is the Regional Land Use Plan a Solution for the Challenges in Metropolitan Regions? Considerations about the Installation in the Greater Frankfurt/Rhine-Main Area

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 397 - 411

Abstract

Abstract

The initial installation of a Regional Land Use Plan in the region Frankfurt/Rhine-Main has shown that this type of plan is well suited to make a more effective performance of tasks of planning action requirements in metropolitan urban areas. This was first demonstrated in a study accompanying the planning process by a working group of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning. Crucial issues are the introduction, the content structure and the key elements of the plan, the plan preparation process and the acceptance by the affected municipalities. In addition, initial findings to future demands on the regional land use plan could be derived from the ongoing planning process. Moreover, initial understandings for application of this planning instrument in the German planning practice are formulated in general. Nevertheless the ultimate test for the Regional Land Use Plan in the practical application still to put its suitability as an effective and efficient planning tool has to be done after its entry into force in 2011.

Keywords

  • Land use planning
  • Regional planning
  • Urban regions
  • Planning system

Schlagwörter

  • Flächennutzungsplanung
  • Regionalplanung
  • Stadtregionen
  • Planungssystem

Rezension

access type Open Access

Governance und Raum

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 413 - 414

Abstract

access type Open Access

Postsuburbanisierung und die Renaissance der (Innen-)Städte. Neue Entwicklungen in der Stadtregion

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 415 - 417

Abstract

access type Open Access

Räumliche Mobilität im Wandel: Wanderungen im Lebenslauf und ihre Auswirkungen auf die Stadtentwicklung in Nordrhein-Westfalen

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 419 - 420

Abstract

access type Open Access

Stadtstaat – Utopie oder realistisches Modell? Theoretiker und Praktiker in der Diskussion

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 421 - 423

Abstract

access type Open Access

Neue Vielfalt in der urbanen Stadtgesellschaft

Published Online: 31 Dec 2011
Page range: 425 - 427

Abstract

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