Baunutzungsverordnung Kommentar Unter Besonderer Beruecksichtigung Des Deutschen Und Gemeinschaftlichen Umweltschutzes Recht Und Verwaltung Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free

Author: Hans Carl Fickert, Herbert Fieseler
Publisher: Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 3170201743
Pages: 1328
Year: 2008
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Im "Fickert/Fieseler" sind die Vorschriften der unverandert geltenden BauNVO 1990 in bewahrter Methode wie in den Vorauflagen aus rechtlicher und fachlicher Sicht ausfuhrlich und mit vielen Beispielen erlautert. Schwerpunkte der Kommentierung sind die aktuellen und besonders schwierigen Fragen und Probleme bei der Bauleitplanung und Baugenehmigung - z. B. des Umwelt-, Immissions- und Nachbarschutzes. Die 11. Auflage berucksichtigt neben der neueren Rechtsprechung und dem Schrifttum insbesondere die Auswirkungen, die sich durch das neue gemeinschaftliche Recht der EU auf dem Gebiet des Umweltschutzes fur die notwendige Umsetzung in deutsches Recht sowie speziell auf die Bauleitplanung und Baugenehmigung ergeben. Besonders behandelt sind die Regelungen des Europarechtsanpassungsgesetzes Bau 2004 und des Gesetzes zur Erleichterung von Planungsvorhaben fur die Innenentwicklung der Stadte (BauGB-Novelle 2006) sowie die darin enthaltenen Neuregelungen fur grossflachige Einzelhandelsbetriebe. Damit ist der Kommentar nicht nur fur Verwaltungen, Planungstrager und -beteiligte sowie Gerichte, sondern auch fur Planer, Architekten, Bauherren, Investoren und Planungsbetroffene eine wichtige Fundgrube fur die tagliche Praxis und gibt auf viele Einzelfragen Antwort.
Öffentliches Baurecht
Author: Michael Brenner
Publisher: C.F. Müller GmbH
ISBN: 3811436376
Pages: 245
Year: 2009
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Die Öffentliche Verwaltung
Year: 2003
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Der Städtetag
Year: 2003
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Börsenblatt für den deutschen Buchhandel
Year: 2002
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Year: 2002-07
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Neuerwerbungen der Bibliothek
Year: 2002
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Die Stadt in der Stadt
Author: Oswald Mathias Ungers, Rem Koolhaas, Peter Riemann, Florian Hertweck, Sébastien Marot
Publisher: Lars Muller Publishers
ISBN: 3037783265
Pages: 175
Year: 2013
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In the manifesto The City in the City - Berlin: A Green Archipelago, Oswald Mathias Ungers and a number of his colleagues from Cornell University presented the first concepts and intellectual models for the shrinking city. In contrast to the reconstruction of the European city that was popular at the time, they developed the figure of a polycentric urban landscape. However, the manifesto really began to exert an effect beginning in the 1990s onwards, when the focus of the urban planning discourse turned to the examination of crises, recessions, and the phenomenon of demographic shrinking. This critical edition contains a previously unpublished version of the manifesto by Rem Koolhaas, as well as interviews with co-authors Rem Koolhaas, Peter Riemann, Hans Kollhoff, and Arthur Ovaska. Introductory texts explain the development of the manifesto between Cornell and Berlin, position the work in the planning history of Berlin, and reveal its influence on current approaches. FLORIAN HERTWECK, born in Bonn in 1975, is associate professor for architectural design, architectural theory, and urban planning in Versailles, and an associate in the planning office Hertweck Devernois. SEBASTIEN MAROT, born in Paris, France, in 1961, is founding member of the "Ecole d'architecture de la ville et des territoires Marne-la-Vallée" and visiting professor at numerous universities including the ETH Zürich and Harvard.
The Planning System and Planning Terms in Germany
Author: Elke Pahl-Weber
ISBN: 3888382335
Pages: 277
Year: 2008
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At a time when Europe is growing together, cooperation between countries is becoming increasingly necessary. One of the main reasons for pursuing transnational spatial development is to attain a common understanding of the facts of spatial planning. Hence, the INTERREG III B project"COMMIN" sought to establish a common communication basis for the exchange of knowledge and experience in spatial planning and thus to foster and develop this understanding in the Baltic Sea region. Therefore, on the basis of a standardized structure the COMMIN project partners prepared basic information about institutional settings and spatial planning systems and compiled a glossary of key terminology in spatial planning accompanied by a varying range of fact sheets with respect to planning cases taken as examples. The readers will now find on the whole range of information covering the respective national languages as well as English translations, although in some countries official translations for these issues were lacking. The project partners were aware of the fact that each translation requires a balancing act between legal precision and communicable classification and, at the end, is a question of definition power and of different senses for semantics. The German text on hand (status December 2006) one information package out of eleven was prepared by a team comprising planners, lawyers, economists, and administrative academics. Actually no other publication treating this subject in English exists and it will hopefully contribute not only to understanding planning issues in Europe but also to transferring in this respect information and knowledge within the country. Anyway, being aware of differences between countries is a point of departure for the mutual understanding process.
1 Kings 16 - 2 Kings 16
Author: Steve Mckenzie, Walter Dietrich
ISBN: 3170340409
Pages: 500
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This volume makes use of diverse methods and approaches to offer fresh treatments of 1 Kings 16 - 2 Kings 16 both synchronically and diachronically. AMong its major contributions are a detailed text-critical analysis that frequently adopts readings of the Old Greek and Old Latin and, at the same time, a reexamination of the variant chronologies for the kings of Israel and Judah that argues for the priority of the one in the Masoretic Text. THe book presents a new theory of the compositional history of these chapters that ascribes them mostly to the hand of a postexilic "Prophetic Narrator" who reworked older legenda, especially about Elisha, and effectively shaped Kings into the work we have today.
Visualizing Sustainable Planning
Author: Gerhard Steinebach, Subhrajit Guhathakurta, Hans Hagen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540882030
Pages: 262
Year: 2009-06-17
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we are a part of, the current discussions of global recession in the media alerts us to the occasional perils of the globalized economic system. The globally dispersed, intricately integrated, and hyper-complex socio-economic-ecological system is d- ficult to analyze, comprehend and communicate without effective visualization tools. Given that planners are at the frontlines in the effort to prepare as well as build res- ience in the impacted communities, appropriate visualization tools are indispensable for effective planning. Second, planners have largely been slow to incorporate the advances in visuali- tion research emerging from other domains of inquiry. The research on visualizing 3-dimensional environments have now entered the mainstream of computer science with a number of highly cited articles. Other disciplines, such as graphic design, geography and cartography have also lead in the development of new forms of vi- alization and communication, both conceptually and technologically. In contrast, the literature on modeling and visualization in planning has relied heavily on g- graphic information systems (GIS) tools that continue to provide two-dimensional spatial maps in formats not significantly different from those of a decade ago. This is not to suggest that research on planning support systems and GIS have been stagnant. Integrated models of transportation-land use-environment have become more sophisticated and several operational models are currently in use. Regardless, visualization research in planning has not kept pace with these developments. This volume attempts to redress this gap in the planning literature.
Space Architecture Education for Engineers and Architects
Author: Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger, Olga Bannova
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319192795
Pages: 320
Year: 2016-03-30
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This book considers two key educational tools for future generations of professionals with a space architecture background in the 21st century: (1) introducing the discipline of space architecture into the space system engineering curricula; and (2) developing space architecture as a distinct, complete training curriculum. Professionals educated this way will help shift focus from solely engineering-driven transportation systems and “sortie” missions towards permanent off-world human presence. The architectural training teaches young professionals to operate at all scales from the “overall picture” down to the smallest details, to provide directive intention–not just analysis–to design opportunities, to address the relationship between human behavior and the built environment, and to interact with many diverse fields and disciplines throughout the project lifecycle. This book will benefit individuals and organizations responsible for planning transportation and habitat systems in space, while also providing detailed information on work and design processes for architects and engineers.
Beyond GDP
Author: Matthew Kuperus Heun, Michael Carbajales-Dale, Becky Roselius Haney
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319128205
Pages: 201
Year: 2015-05-11
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This book uses the metaphor “The economy is society's metabolism” as a springboard to develop a rigorous theoretical framework for a better system of national accounts which goes “Beyond GDP” and is relevant to the age of resource depletion. Society is entering a new era in which biophysical limits related to natural resource extraction rates and the biosphere's waste assimilation capacity are becoming binding constraints on mature economies. Unfortunately, the data needed for policy-makers to understand and manage economic growth in this new era are not universally available. All stakeholders need a new way to understand our economy in the context of the biosphere’s ability to provide essential natural capital, and we suggest that detailed information about materials, energy, embodied energy, and energy intensity should be routinely gathered, analyzed, and disseminated from a centralized location to provide markets and policymakers with a more comprehensive understanding of the biophysical economy. However, a firm theoretical foundation is needed before proceeding along this new path, which this book is intended to provide. After arguing that the stock of manufactured capital is an important driver of material and energy demands imposed upon the biosphere, a new accounting framework is derived from the laws of thermodynamics to reflect the fact that material and embodied energy accumulate within the capital stock of economic sectors. This framework extends the Energy Input-Output (EI-O) techniques first developed by Bullard, Herendeen, and others to estimate energy intensity of economic products. Implications from the new framework are discussed, including the value of economic metrics for policy-making, the need for physically-based rather than product-based EI-O formulations, a re-assessment of the concept of economic “growth,” and an evaluation of recycling, reuse, and dematerialization. The framework also provides an opportunity to assess an array of definitions for Daly's “steady-state economy” in relation to the ideal of a sustainable economy. The book ends with a list of steps to be taken in creating a more comprehensive system of national accounts: National accounting agencies worldwide should develop and maintain balance sheets of both natural and manufactured capital in addition to national income statements All stocks and inter-sector flows should be provided in physical as well as financial units In the US, the Bureau for Economic Analysis (BEA) should restart detailed Capital, Labor, Energy, Material, and Services (KLEMS) reporting National accounting agencies should routinely estimate the energy intensity of economic products, and all of the above should be estimated and disseminated on an annual basis.
Brussels Commentary on Eu Maritime Law
Author: Henning Jessen, Michael Jurgen Werner
ISBN: 150990560X
Pages: 1258
Year: 2016-06-16
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Waterborne transport is of crucial importance within the European Union. Almost 90% of the EU's external freight trade and 40% of the intra EU-exchanges of goods and passengers are carried by sea. 23 EU Member States are coastal states and 26 are Flag States. EU shipowners manage 30% of the world's vessels and 35% of the global shipping tonnage. Each year, more than 400 million passengers pass through European ports.The Framework of the 'Erika Packages' adds another regulatory level to the existing global legal regime. As a result, almost all aspects of maritime transport and shipping are now regulated by EU Law. EU Maritime Transport Law provides a comprehensive article-by-article analysis of the most relevant of these EU Regulations and EU Directives. The book covers the following issues: The EU and Maritime Transport: A Comprehensive Overview, Regulatory Issues in Shipping, Environmental Policy and Pollution Control, Maritime Safety, Maritime Security and Infrastructure, Consumer Protection and Passenger Rights, Carriage of Goods by Sea and Litigation, Market Access, Competition, State Aid, Maritime Labour and Working Conditions, The Regulation of Inland Waterway Transport. Comprehensive and authoritative, it is required reading for all practitioners in the field
Die OECD in Zahlen und Fakten 2009
Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 926406091X
Pages: 312
Year: 2009
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Die OECD in Zahlen und Fakten 2009 ist die fünfte Ausgabe des umfassenden, dynamischen statistischen Jahrbuchs der OECD mit über 100 Indikatoren zu einem breiten Spektrum von Themen: Wirtschaft, Landwirtschaft, Bildung, Energie, Umwelt, Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, Gesundheit und Lebensqualität, Industrie, Information und Kommunikation, Bevölkerung/Erwerbsbevölkerung, Handel und Investitionen, Besteuerung, öffentliche Ausgaben und FuE. Das Sonderkapitel der Ausgabe 2009 ist dem Thema Ungleichheit gewidmet. Aufgezeigt werden Daten für alle OECD-Mitgliedsländer, ergänzt durch regionale Gesamtwerte, sowie Daten für ausgewählte Nicht-OECD-Volkswirtschaften. Für jeden Indikator ist eine Doppelseite vorgesehen. Auf der linken Seite befindet sich in Textform eine kurze Einführung, gefolgt von einer detaillierten Definition des Indikators, Anmerkungen zur Vergleichbarkeit der Daten, einer Beurteilung der langfristigen Trends des jeweiligen Indikators sowie einer Liste mit Hinweisen auf weitere Informationen über den Indikator. Die rechte Seite enthält eine Tabelle und eine Abbildung, die die Kernaussagen der Daten auf einen Blick erkennen lässt. Jede Tabelle ist mit einem dynamischen Link (StatLink) ausgestattet, der den Leser zu einer Internetseite führt, auf der die entsprechenden Daten im Excel-Format verfügbar sind.