On the art of modernising a garden landscape - The Kiel allotment garden development concept

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The DGGL, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Gartenkunst und Landschaftskultur e.V. (German Society for Garden Art and Landscape Culture) invited Maria Julius, landscape architect bdla,Trüper, Gondesen und Partner to Hanover to present the Kiel allotment garden development concept.

Date: 06 March 2017

Place: Leibniz Universität Hannover, Herrenhäuser Str. 2a, Seminar Room Church Office

Time: 6.30 pm

Kiel has had a green cultural belt of leased gardens, woods and meadows since the 1920s. It was planned by Leberecht Migge as a supply system for a growing city. Exemplary was the supply of the housing estates and the functional-technical equipment of the blooming garden ring around the Kieler Förde.
Protests about the release of areas for building development caused the state capital Kiel to commission a detailed inventory of its allotment gardens in 2014. In an intensive participation of associations and citizens it was also recorded how the people of Kiel see the future of the allotment gardens. Since 2016 the new allotment garden development concept has been available, which was developed by the office Trüper, Gondesen und Partner (TGP) together with Dr. Ute Fischer-Gäde.
In this concept proposals for modernisation and new orientation are made on the basis of the stocktaking. These do not only refer to the gardens, their accessibility and opening for walkers, but also to organisational innovations in the allotment garden system.

The example of Kiel will be used to discuss whether such a development is also conceivable in Hanover or elsewhere.

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