855110 Spatial planning for landscape planning and landscape architecture

Semester hours
Lecturer (assistant)
Stöglehner, Gernot , Grossauer, Franz , Seher, Walter
Offered in
Sommersemester 2024
Languages of instruction


This lecture is held together with the lecture Spatial Planning for UIW (855.111).

- Origins of spatial planning, concepts of space, spatial and settlement types
- Development trends, tasks and organisation of spatial planning
- Planning theories
- Planning paradigms
- Planning methods I - basics, simple and complex planning methods
- Planning methods II - open space infrastructure, indicators, green infrastructure
- Planning methods III - building land, infrastructure
- Regional land use planning I and II
- Local land use planning I - introduction, local development concept
- Local land use planning II - zoning plan
- Local land use planning III - building development plan, procedures of local land use planning
- Repetition unit

Previous knowledge expected

Secondary school-knowdledge of political education

Objective (expected results of study and acquired competences)

The aims of this lecture series are to aquaint the students with the basic terminology, principles and concepts involved in regional planning. Additionally, the students should become aware of current problems in regional and local development, and understand the responsibilities of regional planners (and the tools available to them for carrying out these responsibilities). They should also learn about the methods and representation techniques used in regional planning.
You can find more details like the schedule or information about exams on the course-page in BOKUonline.