Participatory Planning Process

  • 2008: Start of the public discussion regarding the future of the Tegel airport grounds.
  • 2009 to 2012: The idea for the innovation park arises as part of a workshop – six teams comprised of architects, urban planners, and landscape planners from around the world come up with proposals that are then developed in collaboration with representatives of the Berlin public.
  • June 9, 2011: The Berlin House of Representatives approves the goals of the land use plan and landscape program.
  • 2013: The master plan is enacted by the State of Berlin with binding effect.
  • Starting in 2016: The increasing need for housing in Berlin leads to the additional development of the Schumacher Quarter.
  • 2017: In the workshop format “SQ_Labs”, the urban development draft is developed with experts at the state and regional level to create a framework plan that serves as the basis for the next stages of planning the residential quarter.
  • 2018: The zoning plans for sections of the Urban Tech Republic and the Schumacher Quarter are presented for public discussions in November.
  • 2019: A decision is reached in the landscape planning competition for the neighborhood and landscape park.
  • Members of the public have been invited to participate constructively at public meetings and information sessions since the beginning of the planning process.
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