Vision & Planning
"Circular City" Vision
We want Tucherpark to be a shining example of a future-ready city where people live, work and play in equal measure. We will do this by using holistic solutions that create sustainable and long-term value for both people and our environment.
The past will be a part of this future. We have taken great care to be considerate of historical monuments and the existing architectural environment in our plans. Our approach is respectful of what is already here.
The No. 1 aim of our Circular City Tucherpark vision is to create an urban city space with mixed usage.
A transparent and dialogue-based process
Developing Circular City Tucherpark will involve a lengthy planning and dialogue process.
The official process for the Tucherpark development can only be launched when the city council gives its approval.
Following the decision in favour of the development on 7 July 2021, we can now work together with the city administration on further plans for the project.
We are very keen for this process to be transparent and for residents, associations, organisations and interested members of the public to have the opportunity to play an integral part in shaping it. We will present our initial ideas for making this happen as soon as we have a concrete plan in place for the process.
Developing Circular City Tucherpark involves a lengthy planning and dialogue process. We are currently at the very start of this new chapter.
We are at the very beginning of the conception and planning of a new vision for the Tucherpark. Many details will only emerge in the further course of the procedure. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions:
We have carried out intensive studies of the various planning parameters, such as B. Sound, mobility, environment (flora & fauna), urban planning, climate and monument protection in order to have a basis for further considerations. Building on this, we want to initiate a process in close coordination with the city so that in the end a development that is positive for everyone is possible.
The planning time depends on many different factors, so that we cannot make any concrete statements about it the time at this point. The state capital is the master of the proceedings. It therefore also specifies its duration.
In its history so far, the Tucherpark is an area separated from the English Garden, which was previously used industrially. This should change with the upcoming development. The opening of the site is intended to create a very careful connection between the Tucher Park and the English Garden.
The existing green spaces with all the animals and plants located there are mapped by experts and thus taken into account for further planning. The future design should be developed in the further process.
Together with the city, we will consider which measures will enable a meaningful connection of the Tucherpark to the existing public transport network and then incorporate these into further planning. In addition, however, we will also be working on a new, integral mobility concept that will not only work for the district, but also beyond that, if necessary.