The symposium "Ownership obliges" - Land in the conflict between yield expectation and general welfare" discussed the social responsibility of land use in a growing agglomeration such as Frankfurt.
What are the consequences for the built environment in terms of existing buildings, monument protection, building land procurement or interior development? How can building land be provided quickly? What does the heritable building right do? Which decisions of the Federal Constitutional Court should architects, city planners and real estate developers know for day-to-day business in order to be well prepared for their work and their dealings with property owners? The event was aimed at all those involved in land management, architecture, project development and urban planning.
"Ownership obliges "- The constitutional framework
Prof. Dr. jur. Joachim Lege, Chair of Public Law, Constitutional History, Philosophy of Law and State; Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Hans Stimmann, former Senate Construction Director of the Federal Capital Berlin and Honorary Professor at the TU Dortmund, Berlin
"Ownership obliges" from the perspective of urban planning and project development - the example of Frankfurt Riedberg
Prof. Dr. Martin Wentz, Wentz & Co., Frankfurt am Main and Honorary Professor at the University of Regensburg, Frankfurt am Main
Monument protection in project development - Limits of permissible ownership restrictions and de facto ownership losses
Prof. Dr. jur. Stefan Pützenbacher, lawyer, specialist lawyer for administrative law, honorary professor for construction law, Frankfurt UAS, Fb1, FFin, Frankfurt
Light and shadow of heritable building right from the point of view of the real estate industry
Dipl.-Ing. Filip John, Architect, MBA, Managing Director of GSW Gemeinnütziges Siedlungswerk GmbH, Frankfurt am Main
Property in real estate valuation - equalization of planning values and valuation of public housing construction
Dipl. -Ing. Michael Debus, Head of the Real Estate Consulting and Valuation Department, Expert Committee for Real Estate Values for the City of Frankfurt am Main
"Ownership obliges"- the building land offensive in Hesse
Prof. Dr. Martina Klärle, Managing Director of Hessische Landgesellschaft, Kassel, and Deputy Managing Director of FFin; Frankfurt am Main
Land law instruments of the BauGB in practice: Conversions and development measures in Hanau, Heidelberg, Freiburg and Potsdam
Dipl. -Ing. Rainer M. Müller, Architecture and Urban Construction, Deutscher Werkbund Hessen, Frankfurt am Main
Would urban planning be easier if there was no private land ownership?
Dr. habil. Fabian Thiel, FFin, Frankfurt, and Justus Liebig University of Giessen.
Presentation of the "Guidance for awarding public land plots according to conceptual quality"
Dipl. -Ing. Gertrudis Peters, architect and managing director of the Chamber of Architects and Urban Planners of Hesse, Wiesbaden