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Berlin Environmental Atlas

01.16 Potential for the Removal of Impervious Soil Coverage (Soil De-Sealing) (Edition 2019)

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Explanations and Imprint of the Map
  1. The delimitation of the potential areas for impervious coverage removal (soil de-sealing) is based firstly on the use structures / impervious surfaces recognizable in the aerial photographs, an secondly on the plot boundaries from the ALKIS (Official Property Cadastre Information System). This procedure was selected in order to locate with reasonably accuracy areas with a potential for the removal of impervious coverage, while at the same time avoiding the generation of "unintended cut-off areas" in the case of overlapping with the plot-referenced data.
  2. The surfaces are differentiated on the map on the basis of the technical evaluation of the potential for removal of impervious coverage, and shown in different colours.
  3. An additional differentiation is based on the estimated size of the potential impervious coverage removal area.
    The potential for removal of impervious coverage cannot be mapped with uniform accuracy. While in some of the recorded cases researched, the existing impervious coverage, which is well-defined on the background map, can be removed completely, in other cases, there is only a potential for partial removal of such coverage, so that the size of the digitalized surface does not necessarily correspond to the size of the potential removal area. Therefore, the actual potential for removal of impervious coverage is separately quantified. Areas with a removal potential of less than 50 % are shown double-hatched.
  4. In a number of cases, the size of the potential impervious coverage removal area could not be ascertained.
    This was primarily the case when potential removal areas diffusely distributed across the surface were identified (e.g., possibilities for partial removal of impervious coverage in the context of a restructuring process). In other cases, the potential removal area could not be quantified because it could not be precisely delimited, either by the administrative staff or by analysis of aerial photographs (e.g., in the case of bunkers). These areas are shown in simple hatching.
  5. Potential areas for impervious coverage removal, which are outside the map frame, are displayed in a separate window. Potential areas for impervious coverage removal, which are outside the state of Berlin, are displayed with background data from OpenStreetMap.
    The following graphic shows the locations of the windows.
    Potential areas for impervious coverage removal outside the state of Berlin

Imprint of the Map

Scale:
1 : 10 000

Published by:
Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing in Berlin
Communication

Conception:
Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection, II C 3 Policy and planning matters of soil protection in connection with
Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing, III D Spatial Data Infrastructure, Environmental Atlas

Data Base:
  • plots of land as per the Official Property Cadastre Information System (ALKIS), as of 2018
  • plots of land owned by the State of Berlin as per the Official Property Cadastre Information System (ALKIS), as of 2016
  • block map 1 : 5,000 (ISU5) of the Urban and Environmental Information System (ISU) of the Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing, III D, as of December 31, 2015
  • Planning Advices for Soil Protection (Edition 2018)
  • areas of application of current and concluded construction planning procedures, as of 2018
  • the Land-Use Plan (FNP), work map as of 2017
  • the landscape plan procedure, as of 2013
  • protected areas under conservation law (Landscape Protection Law (LSG), Conservation Law (NSG), Habitat Directive (FFH), large-scale natural monuments) as of 2018
  • list of neighbourhoods, as of 2014
  • Berlin Appropriate Soil Protection Working Group,
    W. Siewert (Cassens + Siewert Planning Group), J. Gerstenberg:
    Entsiegelungspotenziale in Berlin (Potential for Removing Impervious Coverage (Soil De-Sealing) in Berlin), on behalf of the Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection, Berlin 2018

Data processing and map production:
Berlin Appropriate Soil Protection Working Group,
W. Siewert (Cassens + Siewert Planning Group), J. Gerstenberg

End of work:
March 2019

Based on the maps:
Berlin: Block map 1 : 50,000 (ISU50, territorial reference Environmental Atlas 2015)

Coordinate system:
ETRS89 / UTM Zone 33N, EPSG:25833

Revised edition 2019

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