EventsReal Estate & Leadership LoungeContinue Building Hamburg: Core and Marginal IssuesKarin Rose“Continue Building Hamburg: Core and Marginal Issues”Lecturer: Dipl.-Ing. Franz-Josef Höing | Chief Planning Director in the Department of Urban Development and Housing of the Free and Hanseatic City of HamburgMonday, 5 November 2018, 6.00 - 8.00 pmOpen Space, HSBA Innovation Campus (HIC), Adolphsplatz 6, 20457 HamburgPlease note: The event is fully booked!Hamburg is growing. This is accompanied by an intense debate on how to deal with different spatial locations in the city. Various questions are at the centre of the discussion: In what ways can the right apartments and workplaces be created or added to a meaningful existing structure? What are the appropriate traffic concepts? Which social infrastructures need to be considered? Where and how do we create good freedom for a broad and diverse population? The task will not only be to develop new urban quarters, which are characterised by urban-spatial, free-space and architectural qualities. At the same time, it is also about complementing existing quarters and creating new, unusual qualities.About the Lecturer: As Chief Planning Director of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Dipl.-Ing. Franz-Josef Höing has a stake in all matters of the cityscape, urban design and urban planning as well as in significant projects and new public constructions projects that have urban significance. In all planning, construction, design and traffic matters in plans for the areas city centre, trade fair, HafenCity, northern and southern harbour edge, Dipl.-Ing. Franz-Josef Höing takes over the coordinating function.You can find a detailed CV of the Lecturer under the following link:https://www.hamburg.de/bsw/bsw-wir-ueber-uns/9608244/oberbaudirektor-hoeing-lebenslauf/Participation is free. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact us. You are welcome to forward this invitation to interested colleagues and friends.Information for Bachelor students: As this event is part of the electives (General Studies), you will receive 0.08 credits for your degree. We are looking forward to welcome you at this event!Participation InformationPrice Free of charge Back to listview Note: Please be aware that pictures and videos taken at this event may be used for HSBA publications.