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Projekte 2005-2009

Village Moderation Focused in the Community of Niederwörresbach

Village moderation focused in the community of Niederwörresbach

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr

Project management: Diplom-Betriebswirt (FH) H. Ebert

Project status: Completed.

In the middle of 2007 Niederwörresbach was officially given priority for investment and redevelopment by the state of Rhineland- Palatinate. Together with the administration and the citizens of Niederwörresbach CLR set up a development concept and moderated the procedure.    

Development of the Competence Center for Land Use Policy (KF-RLP)

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr, Prof. Dr. Stephan Tomerius

Project management: Diplom-Wirtschaftsjurist (FH) A. Dedden, Diplom-Betriebswirt (FH) H. Ebert

Project status: Completed.

The Competence Center for Land Use Policy (KF-RLP) was established on the 22 January 2008 on the initiative of the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Consumer Protection of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate and CLR (the former Center for Soil Protection and Area Budget Policy, ZBF-UCB).

The aim was to establish an internet-based platform, which should serve as an information- and knowledge-based platform for those involved in the field of soil protection and land use policy, particularly in Rhineland-Palatinate.
The objective was to make best practice possible in the area of land use policy, to enable an exchange of experience and know-how, in particular through workshops. It’s also vital to bring together potential public and private partners, to systematize the relevant initiatives and activities, effectiveness and efficiencies.

The work of the Competence Center can be found on the well-established internet platform "EffNet".    

Fiscal Analysis of the Development of Small and Medium-sized Areas in the Metropolitan Area of Stuttgart


Within the framework of the REFINA project "SME develop KMF", on behalf of Reconsite - TTI GmbH

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr

Project management: Diplom-Betriebswirt (FH) Daniel Mühlleitner

Project status: Completed.

 

The fiscal impact of the reuse of small and medium-sized sites is examined by means of a fiscal impact analysis in consideration of possible acting alternatives that the city has. Concretely, this is the revitalization of an EnBW site in Stuttgart. According to the idea of the city, a residential development with 450 residential units is conceivable. As a possible alternative to this residential project, the area should be analyzed as well as its potential use in the form of a new commercial area. The result is a presentation of the liquidity situation over time and the calculation of the net present value on the basis of a marginal consideration.

Strategic Noise Mapping 2007 Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Kerstin Giering

Project status: Completed

Research project: Strategic noise mapping in Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland

In order to implement the EU environmental directives, the Environmental Ministry of Rhineland-Palatinate (MUFV) and the Ministry of the Environment (MfU) of Saarland commissioned the CLR (former ZBF-UCB) to carry out the strategic noise mapping for these federal states within the framework of a research project.

Rhineland-Palatinate Is Gaining Ground

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr, Prof. Dr. Stephan Tomerius

Project management: Diplom-Wirtschaftsjurist (FH) A. Dedden, Diplom-Betriebswirt (FH) H. Ebert, (C. Frick, O. Soler)

Project status: Completed.

On behalf of the Environmental Ministry of Rhineland-Palatinate a policy strategy for the reduction of land use should be developed, taking into account and weighing up other relevant issues (for example economy and social affairs).
The strategy paper (submitted in 2006) represents the status quo of all the objectives and instruments used in the various ministries of the Land Government to reduce the amount of land use, and provides indications of measures to be strengthened. 

Fiscal Impact Analysis for the Re-allocation of Residential Areas in Birkenfeld

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr

Project management: O. Fehres

Project status: Completed.

Development of an Excel-based tool in order to support the management decisions of the municipality, serving the goal of a more cost-transparent and thus more sustainable land use policy (2006).

Fiscal Controlling for the Re-Assignment of Commercial Areas in Birkenfeld

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr

Project management: D. Mühlleitner

Project status: Completed.

Development of an Excel-based tool in order to support the management decisions of the municipality regarding commercial areas, serving the goal of a more cost-transparent and thus more sustainable land use policy (2006).

Regional Marketing Concept for the Municipality Birkenfeld

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr, Prof. Dr. Thorsten Schaper

Project management: P. Philippi

Project status: Completed.

A regional marketing concept has been designed for the municipality of Birkenfeld, taking into account the size and the existing restrictions, which, in an analysis phase, represents the potentials, strengths and weaknesses as well as opportunities and risks of the municipality and a unique location advantage. Based on this, a possible mission statement, a future approach, organization and conceivable measures were formulated. 

Regional Marketing Concept for the Administrative District of Birkenfeld

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr, Prof. Dr. Thorsten Schaper

Project management: P. Philippi

Employees: A.Dedden, H.Ebert

Project status: Completed.

A regional marketing concept has been developed for the administrative district of Birkenfeld to start a marketing process (2005). A detailed situation analysis provided a basis for the decision regarding goals, strategies and a positioning. These are defined in a kick-off event in a cooperative manner and are then followed by the implementation of operational measures by working groups and project groups.

Creation of a Village Renewal Concept for the Local Community of Niederwörresbach

Project leadership: Dr.-Ing. Frank Gericke

Project management: H. Ebert

Project status: Completed

On behalf of the municipality of Niederwörresbach, a village renewal concept was developed. With regard to the demographic development, this is not necessarily the classical concept of a village renewal. The goal for the future is to create a sustainable settlement structure while at the same time keeping the fixed costs for the municipality small. The concept initially comprises the two planning steps, analysis and creation of a target concept.

Creation of a Building Land Information Tool

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Dirk Löhr, Dr.-Ing. Frank Gericke

Project management: A. Dedden, C. Frick

Project status: Completed

Creation of an information platform in which all the building and land potentials of a municipality are recorded (2005).
The aim of the platform is to create transparency regarding the stock of unused building sites. Target groups are affected citizens, landowners, architects, potential builders and investors, who are given information on the market availability of vacant vacancies and other areas that can be built up immediately or in the foreseeable future.

Renovation in the Southern Part of the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld

Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Heike Brandl, Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Michler

Project status: Completed.

On partial areas in the southern part of the ground of the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld the suspicion of the existence of contaminated sites has grown due to the previous use as a military property of the American armed forces. The ECB Umwelt- Campus Birkenfeld Development and Management GmbH (UCB-GmbH) is the owner of these areas.

The subject of the commissioning of the CLR (former ZBF-UCB) were questions about the scope of the UCB-GmbH's restructuring obligation. This involved both technical-scientific and legal issues. In close collaboration with Prof. Dr. Heike Bradl (technical questions) and Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Michler (legal questions), the CLR had prepared a rehabilitation proposal and presented it to the stakeholders and the responsible soil protection authority (2005).