Landscape planning is focused on the management of natural resources and brings together different interests in nature-compatible solutions. According to environmental and nature conservation law, technical planning must be supplemented by environmental documentation, the quality of which is decisive for the ability to obtain planning permission. Our landscape planners and architects are involved in our projects at an early stage in order to prepare the documents required for approval and construction.


  • EIA incl. preliminary EIA assessment and scoping procedure
  • LBP incl. special balancing procedures (e.g. for soil as a protected resource)
  • Specialist contributions in accordance with species protection law and the Water Framework Directive
  • Natura 2000 impact assessments and significance assessments
  • Watercourse development concepts including watercourse structure quality mapping
  • Outdoor facilities in service phases 1-9 including bioengineering construction methods
  • Environmental construction supervision
  • Visualisations
Hochwasserrückhaltung Öberauer Schleife

The planned flood retention Öberauer Schleife is located in a former Danube loop, which was cut off from the Danube federal waterway during the construction of the Straubing barrage. An area of approx. 525 ha is to be used for the construction of the flood retention system. The Öberauer Schleife will be flooded via an adjustable intake structure on the Danube. Discharge will mainly take place via…

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Rückbau Wehr Gispersleben

In the north of Erfurt, the ecological continuity of the Gera was to be restored, the watercourse structure improved in accordance with the EU Water Framework Directive, the safe discharge of flood water ensured and near-natural bank areas created. For this purpose, an extensive stock of pipes had to be taken into account. Special attention was also paid to integrating the design into the…

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Flutungspolder Außig

Based on the results of the Elbe flood protection concept, the construction of a controlled flood polder is planned on the left bank of the river near the village of Außig. In addition to the reinforcement of existing dykes, a barrier structure and dyke in the Dahle and the neighbouring Dahle floodplain north of the village of Seydewitz is also planned. The technical planning of the flood…

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Kohärenzmaßnahme Selke

According to the FFH impact assessment, the construction of the Strassberg flood retention basin (HRB) on the River Selke will have a significant negative impact on the conservation objectives of the FFH area "Selketal und Bergwiesen bei Stiege". In order to maintain the coherence of the Natura 2000 network, measures in accordance with Article 6(4) of the Habitats Directive must be taken to…

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Konzept Kannawurf

The study area is located between the wooded Hainleite mountain range and the town of Kannawurf (district of Sömmerda), in the valley of the Wipper and Unstrut rivers.

The IBA Thuringia is pursuing the real-world laboratory approach. It wants to experiment with new approaches and showcase model projects of change by the presentation year 2023.

Under the leadership of landscape planners from…

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Werraaue Untersuhl

The measure is a compensatory measure for the new construction of the Leibis/Lichte drinking water dam. South of Untersuhl, in the area of the Green Belt, a stream flowing into the Werra, including tributaries and floodplain, is being renaturalised. This will close the gap between existing renaturalisation measures and the confluence with the Werra. The processing area is located within several…

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Elbdeich Breitenhagen

As part of the implementation of the flood protection concept of the state of Saxony-Anhalt, the Elbe dyke near Breitenhagen is to be upgraded, including raising the dyke and creating an infrastructure for dyke defence and monitoring. The dyke restoration was carried out along the old dyke line and also encroached on areas parallel to the dyke. This is a sensitive area in terms of nature…

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