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Know the Facts About Aerodrome Certification

If you plan on operating an aerodrome of almost any size, you will be required to have an aerodrome certificate. The aerodrome certification is sponsored by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and allows people to own and operate an aerodrome. What Is an Aerodrome? Before you can know if you need an aerodrome certification, it […]

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Salzgitter – City of Steel, Mobility and Logistics

The city Salzgitter is located in southeastern Lower Saxony north of the Harz and south of the Lüneburg Heath. It was founded in 1942 by founding act and still exists today from 31 z.T. relatively distant districts. The urban area covers 224 square kilometers and has a north-south extension of 22 kilometers and an east-west […]

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The Steelworker District

challenges: The Steelworker district Burbach is located directly on the Saar. Only 3.5 kilometers from the pedestrian zone of Steelworker, Burbach is close to the city center. With about 15,000 inhabitants live about 8% of the Steelworker total population in the district. For 150 years Burbach’s history has been closely linked to Saarland’s heavy industry, […]

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Pirmasens – the shoe city

    challenges The recent history of the city of Pirmasens is closely linked to the development of the footwear industry in Germany: Emerging from necessity – after the withdrawal of the garrison of Landgrave Louis IX. In the 18th century – the production of shoes developed from the utilization of the old uniforms. In […]

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Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg – District of a port city

    challenges Wilhelmsburg, located between Hamburg city center and southern Harburg, is a shrinking district in the growing city of Hamburg. Wilhelmsburg is located on a marsh island in the Elbe, on which up to the 19th century mainly agriculture was operated. With the establishment of the free port in 1888 began the industrialization […]

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Residential location on the “green meadow”

challenges: The Buntekuh district of the old Hanseatic city of Lübeck is a classic urban expansion of the 1960s on the “green meadow”. Characteristic of the settlement are several cityscape defining high-rise buildings with nine or more floors, three- to four-storey row buildings and a larger number of Reiheneigenheimen. In the middle of the area […]