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The guideline on the provision of public services at the regional level contains recommendations for action and examples of good practice related to a planning of the provision of public services at the district level, in particular, that is fit for the future and extends to all sectors. The structure of the document is aligned to the key functions and elements of the process towards a strategy for the provision of public services at the regional level: Chapter two "What?" answers the question of what the "Strategy for the Provision of Public Services at the Regional Level" is about, introduces the underlying philosophy and presents its characteristics, objectives and possibilities. Chapter three "How?" is entirely focused on the corresponding process and describes the working steps and organizational elements, presents methods and criteria for systematically choosing the sector of infrastructure to be addressed and explains the five basic methodological elements of the strategy at the regional level: small-scale population forecast, accessibility modelling, qualitative analysis of needs, model calculations and scenarios as well as cost estimates. Chapter four "From schools to fire brigades" describes the problems, procedures and possible outcomes in selected areas related to the provision of public services by means of examples.
The idea behind this guideline is to provide a stimulus for taking up the core issue of making the provision of public services fit for the future. Underlying this is the realization that the challenges for the provision of public services at the local and regional level which result from demographic development can only be managed if
This guideline is primarily intended for politicians and their staff members in cities, municipalities and districts who are responsible for planning and ensuring the provision of public services. However, it also addresses actors of public and private sector institutions related to the provision of public services, for example schools, the panel doctors' associations, care services or voluntary fire brigades.
Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI)
Division G 30
(Neubrandenburg University of Applied Sciences)
Johann Kaether, Prof. Dr. Peter Dehne, Anja Neubauer
In cooperation with
Martin Albrecht (Gertz Gutsche Rümenapp), Axel Dosch (stadt.land.freunde.),
Dr. Michael Glatthaar (pro loco), Dr. Jens Martin Gutsche (Gertz Gutsche Rümenapp)
Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR)
within the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR), Bonn
Michael Zarth ( email@example.com )
FROM SCHOOLS TO FIRE BRIGADES
The publication is a result of the "Programme of action for the regional provision of public services" set up by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI).
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