Blick von der Behmstraße Richtung Bornholmerstraße/ Norweger Straße © FUGMANN JANOTTA
Kirschenhain an der Norweger Straße © FUGMANN JANOTTA
Blick vom Bahndamm auf das "Nasse Dreieck" © FUGMANN JANOTTA
Bahndamm am "Nassen Dreieck" © FUGMANN JANOTTA
"Nasses Dreieck" © FUGMANN JANOTTA
Wasserspiel an der Panke © FUGMANN JANOTTA
Freifläche zwischen Klemke- und Kopenhagener Straße © FUGMANN JANOTTA
Nordgraben © Christoph Funk
For decades, part of the inner-German border - the Berlin Wall - ran between the districts of Mitte, Reinickendorf and Pankow. Even 20 years after the fall of the Wall, many areas of the former "death strip" are still undeveloped and remain recognizable as a landscape joint in the urban structure.
As part of the "Berlin Green Belt", the areas of the former Wall strip are now to become a green link between the city centre and the Barnim Nature Park.
The special feature of the approximately nine km long green corridor lies in its many natural areas with fallow land, meadows and urban forest. To preserve this diversity of open, semi-open and forest landscapes, the area was declared a landscape conservation area (LSG) together with the Volkspark Schönholzer Heide and the Bürgerpark in 2010.
The Senate Department for Urban Development is currently having a structure and use concept developed in order to both preserve the high importance of the green corridor for species and biotope protection and at the same time enable its use for nature and leisure experiences. On the one hand, the concept should ensure the protection of the landscape and on the other hand, it should distribute and direct the diverse demands for use in such a way that conflicts are avoided as far as possible.
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FUGMANN JANOTTA PARTNER
Martin Janotta, Helge Herbst, Marlen Matthäus
2011 - 2012
Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt
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Parks and green spaces
Squares, promenades, pedestrian areas
Biotope network and species protection concepts
Maintenance and development planning, management plans
Tourism development and recreation planning
Public participation / moderation