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New publication "Towards Urban-Rural Partnerships in Poland" available

 

Read the implementation plans which specify how each ‘region’ participating in the cooperation will work to integrate the lessons learnt from the project into its local / regional or if relevant national policies. ...more ›


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HafenCity University Hamburg
Urban Planning and Regional Development
www.hcu-hamburg.de
Prof. Dr. Jörg Knieling
joerg.knieling@hcu-hamburg.de
Andreas Obersteg
andreas.obersteg@hcu-hamburg.de
Marta Jacuniak-Suda
marta.jacuniak@hcu-hamburg.de

 

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REM • Consult
Mareike Korb
korb@rem-consult.eu
www.rem-consult.eu

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Partners in Germany

 

HafenCity University Hamburg (Lead Partner)

HafenCity University Hamburg (HCU) was established in 2006. The HCU’s academic focuses are Urban Planning, Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geomatics. As a laboratory for the future of metropolises, the Department of Urban Planning and Regional Development contributes to various research projects. Being Lead Partner, the HCU is responsible for the overall handling of the project.

 

Prof. Dr. Jörg Knieling
joerg.knieling@hcu-hamburg.de
Phone +49(0)40 / 428 27 4515

Marta Jacuniak-Suda
marta.jacuniak@hcu-hamburg.de
Phone +49(0)40 / 428 27 4596

Andreas Obersteg
andreas.obersteg@hcu-hamburg.de
Phone +49(0)40 / 428 27 4562

   

State Ministry of Urban Development and Environment, Free and Hanseatic City Hamburg

Actively involved in the field of sustainable spatial planning, the State Ministry of Urban Development and Environment Hamburg (BSU) copes with the question of land use planning in the urban interest of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region. Currently, the BSU is involved in a number of national coordinating committees on territorial development as well as in EU-projects dealing with spatial matters.

 

Guido Sempell
Guido.sempell@bsu.hamburg.de

Petra Pelster
Petra.pelster@bsu.hamburg.de

 

 

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