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Berlin Environmental Atlas

09.01 Environmental Justice (Edition 2015)

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Spandau Borough

Representation of the core indicators of the planning areas in comparison to the entire city

Fig. 18: Multiple load in the Spandau borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to planning areas (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Fig. 19: Multiple load in the Spandau borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to inhabitants affected in all planning areas (deviations are due to rounding) (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Overall assessment on the Berlin scale

In comparison to Berlin, the Spandau borough roughly corresponds to the average of the entire city. However, the few planning areas with multiple loads to the east, west and north of the historical city centre are densely populated (92,597 inhabitants live in PLAs with multiple loads). The upcoming closure of Tegel airport will presumably result in a load reduction, as noise in particular will be reduced significantly.

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

The planning areas in the new city and in the Falkenhagener Feld (particularly PLAs Darbystraße, Germersheimer Platz, Eiswerder, Kurstraße, Ackerstraße, Carl-Schurz-Straße, Gartenfelder Straße) form the spatial focal points. In these areas, there are threefold or fourfold loads (Carl-Schurz-Straße) as well as social challenges.

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

In comparison to the Berlin average, the Spandau borough does much better with respect to the number of planning areas with good availability of free spaces (borough 87.2 %, Berlin 55.5 %). Regarding air pollution, Spandau also belongs to the boroughs with smaller loads in comparison to the entire city. The high share of planning areas with high noise load (PLAs with high noise load: borough 59 %, Berlin 19.2 %) is a clear "outlier" in the negative sense. A look at the spatial distribution suggests Tegel airport and its approach path as a fundamental cause.

Number of affected persons in the planning areas with a particularly high load

The number of people affected by a onefold load is significantly higher than in the Berlin average. 44.7 % fall under this category (Berlin 22.4 %). The remaining, worse categories show smaller shares. All in all, this yields a better overall picture compared to Berlin.

Steglitz-Zehlendorf Borough

Representation of the core indicators of the planning areas in comparison to the entire city

Fig. 20: Multiple load in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to planning areas (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Fig. 21: Multiple load in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf borough due to the core indicators noise, air pollution, availability of green spaces, thermal load as well as status index (social issues) according to inhabitants affected in all planning areas (deviations are due to rounding) (Planergemeinschaft Kohlbrenner eG 2015c)

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Overall assessment on the Berlin scale

Steglitz-Zehlendorf is a borough with small environmental loads, in comparison to the entire city. Only the planning areas in the densely built-up area of the Schloßstraße centre as well as individual planning areas in the Südende/Lankwitz area exhibit some load.
The number of people affected is low both in relation to the overall population of the borough and in comparison to Berlin. 16.6 % (49,567 inhabitants) live in planning areas with multiple loads.

Spatial focal points of the multiple load

The former borough of Zehlendorf can be classified as load-free in its entirety. Regarding the former borough of Steglitz, a more differentiated picture emerges. The densely built-up area with nearly inner-city character around the Schloßstraße and the Wannseebahn and Westtangente includes planning areas with two- or threefold load.

Thematic focal points of the multiple load

The Steglitz-Zehlendorf borough exhibits low shares of problematic load levels regarding all core indicators, with the exception of thermal load. Accordingly, the share of planning areas with a small load is high. Only 7 out of 41 PLAs show multiple loads.

Number of affected persons in the planning areas with a particularly high load

Almost three quarters (71.0 %) of all inhabitants live in load-free areas, only around 16.6 % of the population live in areas with two- or threefold load. There are no planning areas with four- or fivefold load.

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