Environmental and landscape planning are fundamental prerequisites for ensuring the sustainable use and development of our environment and its natural resources. An important planning instrument is nature conservation planning.
In addition to the current planning tasks, research and development projects with practical relevance are carried out together with universities, government agencies, research institutions and partner companies.
Landscape does not only serve as space or habitat for plants and animals, but also as living, identification and recreational space for humans. A special, aesthetic-artistic task is therefore the design of the landscape.
Formal and informal methods of environmental and landscape planning are available to us for the sustainable use, conservation and development of natural diversity.
In addition to the classic fields of work, we also dedicate ourselves to tasks that arise from new global challenges, e.g. in climate protection, sustainable land management, the generation of renewable energy or the use of new technologies for the environment.
Citizens and experts play an increasingly important role in decision-making in public projects. To support this process, we conduct workshops and excursions or accompany them professionally. With publications, lectures and association work, we help shape our areas of responsibility and develop them further.
In the project "Landscape Planning in Bavaria - Municipal and Innovative", the State Office for the Environment (LfU), the Academy for Nature Conservation and Landscape Management (ANL) and the Association of German Landscape Architects (BDLA) are working together with committed cities and municipalities to further develop landscape planning with innovative concepts and building blocks.
We are delighted to have been selected as one of three finalists in the "Sustainability" category of the buildingSMART BIM Champions 2023 competition.