- June 19, 2018 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
What would a well-balanced city quarter look like if it successfully combined living and working, dense construction and green open areas, diverse social groups, different types of housing, different pricing categories and disparate ways of life? It is with these goals in mind that Stuttgart is planning and constructing new city quarters and consolidate existing residential areas. Existing quarters in what were once socially deprived areas will also be the focus of further future development.
How can these aims be implemented, which tools and financial means are available and what experience has already been gained in this field?
A lecture and discussion with Peter Pätzold, Mayor responsible for urban planning and the environment in the state capital
This lecture series is the result of a cooperation between the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Baden-Württemberg, the department Sociology of Architecture and Housing at the University of Stuttgart’s Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, The Hospitalhof Stuttgart and Forum der Kulturen Stuttgart.