The exhibition on spatial development in Germany and Europe, first shown at the Southeast University (SEU) in Nanjing, China, features knowledge about the German planning system and spatial development trends mainly for a Chinese speaking and international audience.
Project completed: The research project has developed a forecasting model that is capable of generating medium-term forecasts of construction prices in Germany of up to five years. The forecasts can be updated multiple times per year. An estimate of forecast uncertainty is also given.
Project completed: Official statistics fail to adequately capture the market of existing buildings in German residential and non-residential construction. The goal of this research project was to gather topical and reliable data on inventory activities in residential and non-residential construction.
Project completed: The project was supposed to identify the specific spatial challenges within the cooperation areas that involve Germany. The results were incorporated into the Interreg B programme drafts of the funding period 2021-2027.
Project completed: Urban development can be characterised, measured and visualised across various levels. The National Report on Implementing the New Urban Agenda, developed in close cooperation with municipalities in Germany, may serve as an example.