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SUPPORT - Strategic Planning and Decision support instrument Berlin (DBU)

Project
Title:
Strategic Planning and Decision support instrument: Exemplary implementation of a multiscale and -temporal concept (information system) for the nature conservation in the city of Berlin
Funding:
Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU)
Partner:
Technical University of Berlin
Institute of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Department of Environmental Assessment and Planning Research
Prof. Dr. Johann Köppel

Senate for Urban Development of Berlin
Department I: Urban and open space planning
Mr. Brandl
Duration:
January 2009 - February 2011
Research Associate:
Antje Köppen (TU Berlin)
Michael Förster (TU Berlin)
Johanna Ferretti (TU Berlin)
Project Lead:
Prof. Dr. Birgit Kleinschmit

Description

To receive a high degree of environmental relief in urban planning processes foresighted and sustainable planning is necessary. This does not implicate a downstream reacting to changes in nature and environment, but a premature regulation through the early integration of nature and environmental aspects in the urban planning and strategy processes.
Aim of this project is the development of a multiscale and –temporal information system, which harmonizes the heterogeneous data structures in Berlin. This allows an optimized application of these data in planning processes.
The exemplary development of an application for scenario- and alternatives analyses, which includes the spatial explicit assessment of environmental effects for all subjects of protection (water, soil, fauna…) is also part of the information system.
Therefore an interoperability of these data is necessary. The statical maps of the Senate for Urban Development of Berlin (esp. Digital Environmental Atlas) shell be used and adjusted as a dynamic data base and data with different geometries and semantics shell be integrated in the urban planning procedures. With such a tool planning alternatives can be easy and interactive checked. This data homogenization needs to be accomplished conforming to existing national und European standards and directives. 

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