A city is in a constant state of change. Urban development concepts and planning are the central instruments of urban development and urban planning to advance the further development of our city. In the following, we would like to inform you about general aspects of urban development and urban redevelopment and the current plans.
The creation of lively and livable urban neighborhoods is one of the central tasks of settlement and urban development. The focus here is on ensuring that the urban community can live and work in their city or enjoy their leisure time. In urban development, the following areas of responsibility are highlighted for this purpose:
In this context, the requirement for sustainability laid down in the German Building Code (BauGB) is a central aspect. For example, in urban land use planning (land use plans and development plans), care is taken to ensure that social and economic as well as environmental protection requirements are dovetailed, particularly in view of the responsibility towards future generations. In addition, the legal regulations serve to ensure that land use is socially just and serves the common good.
To this end, various requirements must be taken into account:
In the context of urban development, different actors and interest groups must therefore be involved in the respective planning processes. An interdisciplinary approach is therefore necessary in order to be able to bring all concerns into an overall spatial context. In all spatial decisions about change processes and measures, it is of great importance to consider urban development as a unit or as a whole. Accordingly, at least the economic and social as well as environmental requirements and participation in decision-making processes must be included in the process.
In the following, we inform you about the currently ongoing conceptions and concept awards in the field of urban development in Schramberg.
Another long-term future task of sustainable urban development in Schramberg is urban renewal through urban redevelopment. The main objective of urban redevelopment is to improve and upgrade already built-up neighborhoods in terms of urban design and the use of public space. The focus here is on eliminating urban planning and also social grievances. If the planning of the municipality is more extensive, traffic planning is also taken into account in the redevelopment-related improvement of a neighborhood. These neighborhoods and areas are then ultimately included in a formally defined redevelopment area. In this context, the term "urban redevelopment" / "neighborhood redevelopment" means the implementation of extensive measures under planning and building code law in order to significantly improve the quality of the neighborhood and achieve a contemporary redesign. Accordingly, a design upgrade of public streets and squares as well as the modernization and repair of private buildings can equally be the focus of the subsidized redevelopment measures. The formal designation of a redevelopment area is the basic prerequisite for funding opportunities.
The legal basis for carrying out this form of redevelopment is the so-called "Special Urban Development Law". It is regulated by law in the Building Code from Section 136 onwards. The same applies to the structure and procedure of the redevelopment process. The procedure is supported by instruments of redevelopment law and tax depreciation options as well as subsidies (also for property owners).
Without the commitment of the owners of buildings in the redevelopment area, the goals cannot be achieved. Together with the federal and state governments, the city of Schramberg supports you as an owner in the implementation of your private redevelopment measures with subsidies. In the following, we present our current redevelopment areas. We will be happy to inform you in detail about current and future redevelopment measures as well as about your private funding options.
You can view the procedure of the urban redevelopment process in the following document "Simplified flowchart for urban redevelopment".
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Soon we will inform you here about new developments in the Sulgen district!
Soon we will inform you here about new developments in the district Waldmössingen!
In the Waldmössingen district of Schramberg, further residential development is currently being planned in the Kehlenstrasse area. Here, building plots are to be created for single-family homes, duplexes and multi-family residential buildings. The conditions for alternative forms of housing, such as small houses or tiny houses, are also being planned. The concept, which was last approved by the municipal council of the large district town of Schramberg, can be viewed below.
In the Sulgen district of Schramberg, the residential expansion of the existing "Haldenhof" residential area is currently being planned. Here, building plots for single-family houses, semi-detached houses and multi-family residential buildings are to be created. The conditions for alternative forms of housing, such as small houses or tiny houses, are also being planned. The concept, which was last approved by the municipal council of the large district town of Schramberg, can be viewed below.
In the Schramberg district of Schönbronn, further residential development is currently being planned. Here, building plots for single-family houses and semi-detached houses are to be created. The concept, which was recently approved by the municipal council of the large district town of Schramberg, can be viewed below.
For several years now, there have been urban planning considerations to put the previously unused tennis courts between the street "Am Sonnenberg" and Erhard-Junghans-Straße to a new use. Through the decision to carry out a concept award in 2019, interested investors were able to participate in the award procedure and submit corresponding concepts. The development concept has been in place since the beginning of 2021. You can view this in the following planning documents.
Sequence of the planning process:
Following the closure of the Schramberg hospital in Talstadt in 2011, the entire building complex represents the largest vacancy in the Schramberg urban area. Since then, several attempts have been made to establish a suitable subsequent use for the hospital site. Through the redefinition and definition of the redevelopment area "Bühlepark", the area of the former Schramberg hospital is now embedded in a new urban context. Within the framework of this redevelopment area, an investor selection process is now being initiated in order to be able to present possible subsequent uses from a planning perspective. This will involve an urban planning competition. More detailed information can be found below.
Sequence of the planning process:
Soon you will receive here the information about the redevelopment area "SUW Talstadt West".
Soon you will receive here the information about the redevelopment area "ASP Sängerstraße - Am Brestenberg".
Soon you will receive here the information about the redevelopment area "Bühlepark".
Is your property located within a formally designated redevelopment area? Do you need information about possible subsidies or do you have questions about construction measures? Then the responsible contact persons at the Department of Urban Planning will be happy to provide you with information.
Information on the legal basis for urban redevelopment or urban redevelopment measures can be found under the following links:
the Building Code (BauGB)