Publication (in German): This publication presents the results of a scientific survey, which interviewed private home-ownership. The results are combined with forecasts on the development of per-capita living space, ownership rates and the developement of the number of households.
The Spatial Planning Act provides for BBSR's spatial monitoring system for Germany and Europe to be supplemented in the medium term with continuous reporting on the regions in neighbouring countries. The aim of the project was to define the methodological and technical bases for a permanent spatial monitoring system for Germany and its neighbouring regions. In this model project of spatial …
Project completed: The field trial for building stock of high conservation value examined a range of methodological approaches to identifying and surveying high conservation-value building stock. The findings were included in a practice-oriented work aid for municipalities.
Project completed: The project team played with various individual applications for working with questions relating to the urban future in collaboration with selected cities. The result is a comprehensive collection of trends consisting of 15 trend molecules and a method kit.
The project team played with various individual applications for working with questions relating to the future in collaboration with selected cities. The result is a comprehensive collection of trends consisting of 15 trend molecules relating to questions of the urban future. A method kit was also developed. This supports urban development actors to engage in a dialogue about the “city of übermorgen …
Project completed: Narratives provide a crucial framework for all phases of urban development. An exploratory study now lays the foundations for a better understanding of narratives in urban development policy.
Project completed: Compared to other European nations, a general awareness in Germany of the concept of 'Baukultur' is relatively undeveloped. Architecture and urban development are rarely viewed in this country as an integral part of everyday life.
Project started: Circular economy offers great potentials for rural regions, for instance, regarding regional resilience, a diversified economy, or new employment opportunities. The project collects transferable good practices from other European regions.
The circular economy approach offers great potential for rural regions in Germany and Europe, for instance, regarding regional resilience, a diversified economy, or new employment opportunities. The research project aims to collect findings from other European countries and examine their transferability to rural regions in Germany.
Project completed: Within the research project selected medium-sized towns were perambulated and analysed. The opinions of citizens about the growth of their towns were collected in digital workshops with representatives of three towns.