Living and working, leisure, education and basic amenities are not necessarily tied by administrative boundaries. The resulting spatial and infrastructural need for action requires intercommunal and regional coordination and cooperation.
As a result of the differing development dynamics the complexity also increases leading to a greater need for coordination and monitoring which public authorities demand.
- Spatial analysis and development prognosis
- Regional development programs and guidelines
- Localized development concepts
- Zoning and building development plans
- Master planning and city districts development
- Intercommunal location development, networking and cooperation support
- EU-Funding consultancy, project management, evaluation