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Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan for the World Heritage Site …

Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan for the World Heritage Site

Susanne Hauer (City of Regensburg, head of department on the World Heritage Coordination, OWHC Regional Secretariat North West Europe, Regensburg)

International NGOs forum
«Protection of World Heritage Properties»
June 22-24, 2012
St.Petersburg, Russia

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  • Bayerische Welterbestätten Würzburger Residenz und Hofgarten (seit 1981) Wallfahrtskirche Die Wies (seit 1983) Altstadt von Bamberg (seit 1993) Grenzen des Römischen Reiches: Obergermanisch-raetischer Limes (seit 2005) Altstadt von Regensburg mit Stadtamhof (seit 2006) 90 Jahre nur DDR Stätten als Welterbe
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    • 1. │ Planning and Building Division | World Heritage Management │ Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan for the World Heritage Site Regensburg Susanne Hauer/ World Heritage Management, City of Regensburg
    • 2. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan1. World Heritage Site Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof2. Why Managementplans?3. Challenges4. Elaboration Process of the Management Plan5. Civil Participation Process6. Next Steps
    • 3. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management PlanThe City of Regensburg Location: Federal Republic of Germany, Land: Bavaria/ At the northernmost point of the River Danube Other World Heritage Sites in Bavaria: Würzburger Residenz und Hofgarten (seit 1981); Wallfahrtskirche Die Wies (seit 1983), Altstadt von Bamberg (seit 1993); Grenzen des Römischen Reiches: Obergermanisch-raetischer Limes (seit 2005); Altstadt von Regensburg mit Stadtamhof (seit 2006). Seite 3 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 4. I. World Heritage Site Boundaries of Heritage zone Old Stone Bridge Visitor´s Center Old Town Hall Cathedral Thurn & Taxis castleSeite 4 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE 4
    • 5. I. Characteristics•In 2006 July 13th the Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof hasbeen inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List•Regensburg is the 32nd UNESCO World Heritage site in Germany•The whole ensemble is about 183 hectares in size and includesalmost 1000 monuments. “Additional protection zone”: 776 hectares.•Approximately 15.000 people live in Regensburg’s historic city centre•Total area in historic city centre: approx. 80.000 sqm 24. November 2007 Inscription document was committed at 24th. November 2007Seite 5 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE │ Ernennung zum UNESCO-Welterbe │
    • 6. I. Heritage because…>> Criterion (ii) Interchange of human values The architecture of Regensburg represents the citys role as a medieval trading centre and its influence in the region north of the Alps. Regensburg was an important transition point on continental trade routes to Italy, Bohemia, Russia and Byzantium. It also had multiple connections with the transcontinental Silk Roads. As such, the city exhibits an important interchange of cultural and architectural influences, which have shaped its urban landscape.Seite 6 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 7. I. Heritage because…>> Criterion (iii) exceptional testimony to cultural tradition The Old Town of Regensburg bears an exceptional testimony to cultural traditions especially in the Holy Roman Empire . In the 12th century Regensburg was an Imperial Free City and hosted assemblies of the Empire. Regensburg also significantly contributed to more recent European history being the seat of the Imperial Diet from the 1663 to 1806. As a testimony to these functions, there are the remains of two imperial palatine palaces from the 9th century, and a large number of other well preserved historic buildings, which are testimony to the wealth and political importance of the community.Seite 7 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 8. I. Heritage because…>> Criterion (iv) outstanding example The Old Town of Regensburg is an outstanding example of a central-European medieval trading town, which has well preserved its historical stages of development. The Old Town is an exceptional illustration to the development of commerce particularly from the 11th to 14th centuries.Seite 8 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 9. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management PlanWhy Managementplans? •UNESCO requires management plans. (Operational Guidelines Nr.108) •To safeguard preservation and development of World Heritage sites •Historic city centres can only remain vital by bringing together the actual requirements of old town areas with the mission to preserve their heritage. •work out concept which allows a future without conflict for the World Heritage site. •Management plans for world heritage cities contain: explanation of the World Heritage site (Visitor`s Centre) • World Heritage properties • Tools and methods for protection and preservation. Seite 9 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 10. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management PlanOur Tasks in Regensburg are: Balancing the safeguarding of the UNESCO World Heritage site “Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof” with the sustainable development of the area (social, economic and environmental aspects) Securing a multifunctional, vital and attractive old town for residents and visitors, retail, tourism) No Museum. Managing even conflicting needs and interests of all stakeholders concerned (e.g. residents, visitors, conservators, etc Seite 10 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 11. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management PlanSchedule Printed Version in June 2012 Seite 11 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 12. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management PlanThe HerO-Methodology  During the EU-funded project HerO (Heritage as Opportunity) Lead partner Regensburg and the partner cities contributed to the development of an integrated methodology . In the HerO Networt 9 historical Cities from all over Europe exchanged expertise and tested different methodologies in their Cities.The Working Group  Working group in Regensburg (local support group) incorporated all main stakeholders as there are all relevant local municipal authorities, including the PR-department and the Tourist-department, as well as external cooperation partners.  Task: Conjoint elaboration of an integrated World Heritage Management Plan for the Old Town of Regensburg Seite 12 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 13. Fields of actionSeite 13 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 14. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan Outline: Relevant steps for the elaboration of the Management Plan: 1. Collection and Analysis of all relevant existing plans, concepts, studies and instruments for Regensburg (= Basis for the Management Plan). (Regensburg Plan 2005, Leitbild Einzelhandel, Fachprogramm Wohnen II) 2. Conjoint elaboration of an overall vision for the site and development of basic principles and objectives (e.g. regarding building preservation, retail industry, tourism, etc.) Discussion of concepts, identification of topical interfaces and potential conflicts 3. Development of an „Action Plan“ as part of the Management Plan (concrete measures to support the objectives defined) 4. Civic Participation Process 5. Involvement of the political level: Approval of the Management Plan by the City Council Seite 14 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 15. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan •Extern expert Nils Scheffler (Urban Experst) supported the Elaboration of the integrated World Heritage Management Plan. Important Support •Nils Scheffler also moderated the working group sessions and the Civil Participation process. •Early integration of funding authorities (in Working Group and in the Hero Network) helped to enhance the chances to use European or national funding resources Seite 15 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 16. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Planfor the World Heritage Site Guiding Principle The unique World heritage „Old town Regensburg with Stadtamhof“ – as a centre of European history – is to be preserved in its substance. It is essential to give citizens and guests an understanding of the great value of the World Heritage. PLUS The unique World heritage „Old town Regensburg with Stadtamhof“ is due to be developed as a multifunctional and living place for citizens, guests and commercial activities. Seite 16 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 17. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan Field of Action Built Cultural Heritage Guideline: Objective: Action: Preserve Preserve of visual integrity Persistent Analysis of the planning authenticity and and building development with integrity of historic regards to the visual impact. urban landscape Seite 17 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 18. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Planfor the World Heritage Site Information - November 2009 Dialogue - December 2009 – February 2010 Website, Email-Newsletter Information evening PR and Media Information desk in Old Town Flyer about Management Plan 2-days workshop with interested (Process, means of participation) citizens and other stakeholders. Identification and discussion of key measures. Seite 18 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 19. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Planfor the World Heritage Site The Wold Heritage Dialogue with Citizens •Early 2010 the City of Regensburg had invited interested citizens to discuss the future of the World Heritage site Regensburg. More than 70 people attended the meeting Forming small Working Groups and Identification of Working Fields Identification the needs and objectives of Participants Working out proposals and objectives Evaluation of the results, Presentation of the results Dr Rosa Micus, a specialist in German studies, Dr Peter Morsbach, an art historian, will participate in all following working group meetings and contribute in particular the proposed actions of the citizenship to the process. (elected by participants) Seite 19 Irgendwann im Januar World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 20. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan The Wold Heritage Dialogue with Citizens Results of the Dialogue Reality-check of the proposed measures. Objectives were presented to Head of the CityImportant Aspects:The actions will be implemented depending on financial resources, the congruence of the measuresand their feasibility. A lot of the listed actions cannot be realized by the municipality only, but needsupport of urban society.The process has shown how important contribution of civil society for World Heritage is. This greatpotential will be used in the future. It is planned to hold public discussion regularly in the future andto integrate those stakeholders in monitoring activities.So public not only is informed about the implementation of the management plan, but influence theupdating of it. Seite 20 Irgendwann im Januar World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 21. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan Seite 21 Irgendwann im Januar World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 22. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management PlanStructure Management Plan I. INTRODUCTION II. IDENTIFYING ISSUES 1. Understanding the historic urban area 2. Stakeholders and Structure III. APPRAISAL 1. Overall vision and objective for the historic urban area 2. Field of actions, their principles, objectives and actions 3. Organizational and operational structures IV. IMPLEMENTATION 1. Action Plan 2. Continuous monitoring and review Seite 22 World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 23. Regensburg’s Approach to an Integrated Management Plan What´s next? Meeting of the working group on a regular basis (every year) Monitoring and Evaluation of the process Public Participation every two years Heritage-Dialogue will be continued Seite 23 Irgendwann im Januar World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE
    • 24. Thank you! hauer.susanne@regensburg.deWelterbekoordination49 941/ 507-4614welterbe@regensburg.de Seite 24 Irgendwann im Januar World Heritage Old Town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof RVI /61/WE Schutzvermerk / Copyright-Vermerk

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