Integriertes städtebauliches Entwicklungskonzept für das Rechte Weser-Ufer
Field of work:
Catchment area: approx. XX.XXX million residents
Processing period: 12/2016 to 10/2019
Field of work:
The urban area “Rechtes Weserufer” of the city of Minden is characterized by different spatial structures, building typologies and uses. In the district, which is historically shaped by different times, people live, work, work creatively and, last but not least, carry out socio-cultural integration work. Mittelland canal, Weser and floodplains, train station, three historical forts as well as an old Weser port and a former goods station form the urban spatial and urban planning fixed points. The right bank of the Weser, around the turn of the century the “coal bank of the city” and at that time the place of residence of the industrial workers, still has a negative image today. In parts of the area, a downward social spiral has emerged that needs to be specifically addressed.
Due to the urban relevance of the area, it was necessary to initiate a holistic renewal process. The need for action was urban renewal and structural densification, the development of a lively district center, a functional upgrading of the urban space and a consistent link with the qualities of the natural and landscape space of the Weser floodplains. The extensive open space potential of the floodplains, the Weser and the central location of the study area offer great opportunities to develop the “right bank of the Weser” into a sustainable urban area.
For this purpose, development goals were defined under the motto “In the flow and in the middle – urban : innovative : real” and a total of 43 concrete measures were formulated and planned in project data sheets. A development and framework plan shows where the development should lead. The concept was created in cooperation with the A24 Landschaft office in Berlin.
- Evaluation and processing of existing specialist plans / concepts / reports and overarching strategies
- Presentation of future challenges in the ISEK subject areas, taking into account cross-cutting issues
- Definition and description of mission statement, development goals and thematic focus areas
- Description of the individual measures that enable a compact insight into the objectives, implementation and financing
- Participation of administration, politics and urban society via internal administration working groups and workshops, specialist workshops and interviews with local and regional experts
- Preparation, implementation and follow-up of an action day “Stadt-Land-Fluss” with target group-specific formats for children and young people (around 150 participants)
- Conceptual and organizational support for ongoing public relations and media work (preparation for press releases, preparatory work for digital media)