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Berlin Environmental Atlas

06.01 Actual Use of Built-up Areas /
06.02 Inventory of Green and Open Spaces (Edition 2008)

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Use distribution for Berlin

The utilisation proportions shown in Figures 1 - 3 show the proportional values with reference to all built-up and all non-built-up areas, respectively, which in each case represents 100%. The following figures show the proportions of all use types with reference to the total area of Berlin.

Note that 1250 areas have been assigned a utilisation both in a category of built-up areas (10 - 90) and in a category of non-built-up areas (100 to 200).
Under this procedure, potential green and/or open areas can be documented on areas with other uses. This involves primarily the sites of public facilities and special uses, supply and disposal facilities, commercial and industrial areas, and traffic areas. These areas are hence shown on both maps, i.e., double. Thus, a sports field would be represented both on Map 06.01 as a public facility, and on Map 06.02 as a sports field; a median strip can be listed simultaneously both as a traffic area (Map 06.01) and as a fallow area (Map 06.02).

Since for the evaluation of the overall area proportions, each area can only be taken into account once, both instances - green priority or building priority - were calculated separately. In addition, there is an evaluation of the dual-use areas.

Table 2 shows the absolute and proportional area shares for various uses, based on the total area of Berlin.

Table 2
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Tab. 2: Area shares of various uses, based on the total area of Berlin,
Area sizes based on the block segment map ISU 5

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 Area shares of the various uses, in the total area of Berlin
Fig. 4: Area shares of the various uses, in the total area of Berlin

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Referenced to the combined areas of all Berlin boroughs, in absolute terms and in hectares, the following picture is obtained:

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Tab. 3: Area shares of various uses in the total area of the boroughs of Berlin in hectares (with building priority); area sizes based on the block segment map ISU 5

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Figures 5 and 6 provide a visual overview of the distribution of use types amongst the boroughs, both in absolute terms in hectares, and in percentage of borough area.

Use distribution (with building priority), by borough, in ha
Fig. 5: Use distribution (with building priority), by borough, in ha

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Use distribution (with building priority), by borough, in ha
Fig. 6: Proportional shares of different uses of the total area of the boroughs of Berlin in per cent (with building priority)

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