Functioning and multicultural neighborhoods and changing mobility patterns will shape the city of tomorrow.
As a result of the economic and technological change, the proportion of businesses that work in a way that is compatible with housing is increasing. Technology and service-oriented businesses are no longer primarily located in the “classic” industrial estate but are looking for locations with good surroundings and urban structures. A mixture of living, working, education and leisure time is also a long-term means of avoiding traffic. When socially different neighborhoods form, which support each other, a positive urban culture can develop in the sense of a Brucker identity.
The 2015 guideline decision, therefore, follows a consistent mix of uses.