In order to develop cities and communities in a sustainable way, we need living space of different building types and for different target groups.
The goal of “Our Green Quarter Pfannenstiel” is to create affordable living space, strengthen social living space in the neighborhoods and enable a high quality of life and participation for all people living there. It opens up the opportunity to reorganize the coexistence of generations and life in old age and to meet the increasing need for care and support structures.
Neighborhoods are lively social spaces in which people get involved, take responsibility and support each other. It is a personal-spatial frame of reference that people identify with.
Creating sufficient and, above all, affordable living space is increasingly becoming a social problem and represents a major challenge.
In order to develop cities and communities in a sustainable way, we need living space of different types and for different target groups: Families, for example, need more living space than students, and barrier-free solutions are needed for older people and people with disabilities.
Housing should be a community effort. The aim should be to operate a sustainable, future-oriented settlement development in the interest of social interaction and a livable location in Kenzingen.