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  1. PlanCoast Final Conference Ravenna 28.03.2008 The German System of Maritime Spatial Planning in the Baltic Seawith special focus on wind energy by Bernhard Heinrichs Director of Spatial Planning Department Ministry of Transport, Building and Regional Development Mecklenburg – Vorpommern PlanCoast Lead Partner

  2. Interreg IIIB projects for sea use planning and ICZM Balt Coast PlanCoast Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  3. Current and perspective sea uses North SeaBaltic Sea Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  4. Maritime spatial planning in Germany Responsibilities Spatial planning in the territorial sea is the responsibility of the German federal coastal states. Spatial planning in the EEZ is the responsibility of the Federal Government. In the EEZ, spatial planning will be carried out within the framework of international maritime law.. Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning


  5. Administrative Borders in the Baltic Sea (12 miles-zone, EEZ)

  6. Legal impact of specifications in spatial plans: • 1. Spatial planning objectives = Strictly binding on project approval procedures • 2. Spatial planning principles = Have to be taken into account when weighing interests during project approval procedures In Germany, spatial planning has not only a recommendatory but also a legally binding control character. Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  7. Sea Use Planning of the German Baltic Sea ( MV )

  8. Selection criteria for off shore windfarms in MV Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  9. Offshore windfarm areas Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  10. Windkraftanlage im Breitling (Rostock) • Höhe incl. Rotor 125 m • Rotordurchmesser 90 m • Nabenhöhe 80 m Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  11. Foundations of Offshore-windmills Floating foundation Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  12. Detail: pipeline corridor

  13. Which issues are checked in TIA? In principle: All relevant issues! TIA Economy Environment TIA Society Culture Bernhard Heinrichs: role of spatial planning in maritime policy

  14. ExampleWindfarm Baltic 1 Main issues :- Collision risk- nature protection- tourism Bernhard Heinrichs: role of spatial planning in maritime policy

  15. Windfarm Baltic 1 -Bird migration - Bernhard Heinrichs: role of spatial planning in maritime policy

  16. Impact on tourism: spoiled horizon ? Bernhard Heinrichs: role of spatial planning in maritime policy

  17. What are the benefits of TIA ? • managing conflictsbyearly participation of target groups • 2)minimizing negative impacts and costs • by optimizing the choice for location / routing / technical planning • 3)ensuring planning reliabilityby giving early and reliable information about realisation chances • 4)shortening the whole planning process by pre-checking crucial points • 5)securing spatial planning objectives • by the duty to take TIA results into account in the following process • 6) supporting local administrations • in case of large-scale investments Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning

  18. Conclusion Spatial planning is an indispensable instrument for coordinating activities at sea and in the coastal regions and for sustainable resource management in these areas. Bernhard Heinrichs: maritime spatial planning

  19. Alla fine vorrei ringraziaVi per la Vostra attenzioneThank you very much for your attention! Bernhard Heinrichs: Maritime spatial planning