Spatial Planning is the Base for all Public Planning and Construction Approvals
The specialist field of spatial planning covers the space planning in accordance to HOAI including all legal subjects, also the mining procedure. Kling Consult’s team comprises geographers, space and urban planners, landscape architects, biologists, and jurists, who are always informed about current developments in jurisdiction like nature protection, emission control, spatial planning regulations, the Federal Building Code, species protection or environmental impact assessment. Clients are comprehensively informed about the possibilities of land-use planning as well as legal consequences.
What is Spatial Planning?
The aim of spatial planning is to guarantee the scheduled system, development, and security of territorial units as well as the sustainable and durable use of living space. Every spatial planning needs to make considerations to unite different interests and conflicts to one overall picture. Spatial planning creates concepts and plans for municipalities, towns, and private investors.
Kling Consult’s Range of Services for SpatialPlanning
Spatialplanning covers a broad range of tasks and offers the following services:
- Land-use plans (preparatory development planning)
- Zoning plans (binding development planning)
- Project-related zoning plans
- Regional development concepts, urban development concepts, rural development concepts
- Model processes with moderators
- Documents for regional planning procedures
- Urban concepts as well as frameworks and reports
Also, theappropriate reports and studies are an important part of the spatial planning’stasks:
- Expert opinions on specialized inquiries of species protection
- Environmental reports
- Plans for green spaces
- Accompanying plans for grounds maintenance
- Environmental impact studies / environmental reports
- Landscape development concept
- Landscape framework plans
- Reports on noise insulation (industrial noise, traffic noise, recreational noise)
- Water development plans
- Mapping of hydromorphological structures
- Planning of outdoor installations
- Approval management
- Maintenance and development plans
- Agreements of implementation
- Landscape plans
- Ecological reports
All of these tasks are controlled by the project management. This covers time management, determination of expert reports, organization and implementation, and permit management.
Spatial Planning Only Works With Participation of the Public
The affected citizens need to be involved in the planning process. The team organizes the public participation for clients and also executes and documents the meetings. Depending on the type of project the team organizes citizen participations, events, and forum.