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Availability of Public, Near-residential Green Spaces 2016

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Fig. 1: Examples of various building structure types

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Fig. 1: Examples of various building structure types

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Fig. 2: Shares of private and semi-public open space within the urban structure types from the Environmental Atlas (cf. Statistical Base)

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Fig. 3a: Availability development of near-residential public green spaces between 2011 and 2016

Example 1: In the borough of Treptow-Köpenick, Altglienicke neighbourhood: north of the street “Zum Alten Windmühlenberg”, a park facility was created, which improved availability in the quarter by three categories.

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Fig. 3b: Availability development of near-residential public green spaces between 2011 and 2016

Example 2: In the borough of Mitte, availibity deteriorated by one category, based on an increase of the population density in the area of the Panke, east of Chausseestraße and west of the S-Bahn line.

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Fig. 3c: Availability development of near-residential public green spaces between 2011 and 2016

Example 3: Based on increased population numbers, due to, for example, the old hospital grounds “Am Urban” being repurposed for residential use, availability deteriorated by one category in the blocks north of Urbanstraße in the borough of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, comparing the years 2011 and 2016.

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Fig. 3d: Availability development of near-residential public green spaces between 2011 and 2016

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Tables

Tab. 1: Breakdown of the Berlin open and green spaces

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Tab. 2: Availability of green spaces with recreational qualities, by borough (referring to the respective planning areas (PLR))

XLSX-Document (11.6 kB) Document: Source: VAG Report 6.2017 gesamtstädtische Versorgungsanalyse Grünflächen [Availability analysis for the urban availability of green spaces]