From 2 November 2020, the autumn semester 2020 will take place online. Exceptions: Courses that can only be carried out with on-site presence. Please note the information provided by the lecturers via e-mail.
Spatially relevant projects are realised with multi-stage planning and decision making procedures. These procedures always have to deal with regional and local aspects as well as subject-specific and interdisciplinary aspects. Typically at the overlaps of these aspects problems occur. These will be shown using examples of real planning procedures and possible solutions will be discussed.
The lecture offers an insight into the interface problems that have to be solved on the multiple stages of planning processes, starting with early ideas and leading to approval procedures at the end. Also possible solutions are discussed. The lecture focuses on interdisciplanyrey and supralocal examples on the regional level. The lecture offers an insight on typical situations and typical reactions of the actors (e.g. overloading early planning stages with detalied informations, blokades caused by sectoral veto positions, misunderstandings on the subjects and normative contents of planning instruments). Real planning processes in the fields of infastructual development, settlement development, landscape development and renewable energies are used to discuss which planning methods are suitable to deal with these typical situations and reactions. This also offers insights on the implementation of spatial planning methods in real planning processes.
Prerequisites / Notice
Only for master students, otherwise a special permisson by the lecturer is required.