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Microsoft Word - KTG_Tourismus.docx Press Yvonne Halmich +49 (0) 721 3720-2303 +49 (0) 721 3720-5399 [email protected] Follow us TFE KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH Beiertheimer Allee 11a 76137 Karlsruhe Management Klaus Hoffmann Reg.-Ger. Mannheim HRB 719752 Page 1 of 2 Discover the city: KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH invites the participants of the CODE_n on exciting adventure tours through Karlsruhe CODE_n discovered Karlsruhe: From September 20 to 22, 2016 the innovation festival will take place in the metropolis of Baden for the first time . Here in the ZKM | Center for Art and Media 52 young companies from eleven countries are competing for the CODE_n Award endowed with 30,000 euros. Klaus Hoffmann, Managing Director of KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH, finds a big event for young creative people and digital thinkers, but also a big event for Karlsruhe. “We are very pleased that such a renowned international event as CODE_n is coming to Karlsruhe and, together with our partners, we would like to welcome the participants from all over Europe. Thanks to the ZKM, the organizers of CODE_n “discovered” Karlsruhe. This is a great opportunity for our city to draw attention to itself and its unique combination of business, science, creativity and art. ”For those taking part in CODE-n, the KTG recommends going on exciting adventure tours through Karlsruhe, for example with the red double decker bus. The HopOn / HopOff tour takes guests from the ZKM venue to the Durlach district with its medieval alleys, to Karlsruhe Palace or the city center with its lively squares, shopping streets and trendy cafés. Background information, entertaining and amusing things about Karlsruhe will be provided during the tour by an audio guide in six languages ​​- including Baden dialect. Another good way for the digital pioneers of CODE_n to discover Karlsruhe is the augmented history app "Stadtgeist Karlsruhe". The app creates a kind of time travel: If you look through the camera of your smartphone at the geographical location of an Stadtgeist city brand, today's environment is converted into the historical scenario. More than 100 images, videos and audio contributions are stored at 18 city brands, which open up new perspectives on the city's past and future. The app was developed by the Karlsruhe software company bluehands GmbH & Co.mmunications KG. The app is a free service from the city and is available on iPhone, Android or Windows phone. Klaus Hoffmann explains: “To discover a city means to get to know it, to feel its atmosphere and to meet other people. We wish the participants of CODE-n that, in addition to the competition and the presentations, they find time to discover Karlsruhe for themselves. ”Further information can be found at: and

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Microsoft Word - CyberForum.doc STATEMENTS ON THE CODE_N NEW.NEW FESTIVAL Matthias Hornberger, CEO CyberForum e.V. Karlsruhe doesn't have to hide from other IT and high-tech locations. This can also be seen in the CODE_n Startup Contest. In an international field of applicants, two startups from the Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion, otego and Kinemic, prevailed and are now fighting for the coveted CODE_n Award. We keep our fingers crossed. David Hermanns, Managing Director CyberForum e.V. Karlsruhe and CODE_n - they just go well together: On the one hand, a high-tech location that is one of the most important in Europe and is the engine of digitization, and on the other, one of the most important innovation festivals worldwide. We are really looking forward to September! SATELLITE EVENTS OF THE CYBERFORUM CyberChampions Award 2016 & party.Party (September 20, 2016, 6:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m., Substage) What role do platforms play as game changers in the digital economy? After the keynote by Focus correspondent Dr. Holger Schmidt we give the CyberChampions Award to budding founders and young companies. At 10 p.m. it's “doors open and start dancing” - celebrate with us in the Substage at the big “party.Party”. Open Stage #GamesBW (September 20, 2016, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Restaurant Im Schlachthof) The Open Stage #GamesBW sees itself as an open platform for the games scene in the southwest. All actors can exchange ideas at the Open Stage - this time on the subject of virtual reality. CyberLab Foundersnight (09/22/2016, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Hoepfner Burg) We cordially invite you to the CyberLab. At the Foundersnight you will get to know the promising founders of the IT accelerator of the state of Baden-Württemberg. Experience the up-and-coming startup scene within the old walls of Hoepfner Burg. bizplay: Gamification Congress (29.09.2016, 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Perfect Future) One of the most important events nationwide for the application of typical game elements such as gamification and game design, as well as their impact on companies, art and technology. With Dr. Elizabeth Churchill (Google), Simon Pierro (iPad magician), ...

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Microsoft Word - City and TRK.docx Karlsruhe is a strong location. Over 300,000 people make it the second largest city in Baden-Württemberg. In addition, Karlsruhe is the center of the Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion (TRK) of the same name with 1.25 million inhabitants and an economic output that is well above the average. Karlsruhe is not only the seat of the highest German legal authorities with the Federal Constitutional Court, Federal Court of Justice and Federal Prosecutor General, but also an important location for science. The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with its more than 25,000 students is one of the 100 best universities in the world and the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences - Technology and Economics, one of the two largest universities for applied sciences in Baden-Württemberg, regularly takes top positions in rankings. The diverse university landscape is also enriched by the State University of Design, the State Academy of Fine Arts, the University of Music, the University of Education, the private Karlshochschule International University, the Cooperative State University and the EC Europa Campus. There are also numerous research facilities from the three Fraunhofer Institutes IOSB, ICT and ISI to the FZI Research Center for Information Technology. The Center for Art and Media, a cultural institution that is unique in Germany and internationally renowned, sets a special accent in Karlsruhe's scientific landscape. EXCEPTIONAL POTENTIAL It is not only the universities and research institutions that are excellently networked, the technology transfer to the economy is also one of the region's particular strengths. With over 1,000 members, the largest regionally active high-tech entrepreneurship network in Europe is based in Karlsruhe. The CyberForum brings everyone together, from startups and software developers to experienced entrepreneurs and international information technology providers to research institutions and universities. The Karlsruhe IT security initiative is committed to the safe design and use of information technology. Around 20 partners are working on decisively improving the IT security level in the TRK. The competence center for applied security technology (KASTEL) is located at KIT, one of three competence centers for cybersecurity throughout Germany, the aim of which is the development of secure applications. And the TRK is Europe's third largest IT cluster with over 4,200 important IT companies and technology users with an international reputation. In addition, Karlsruhe, with its large IT companies, the KIT, the FZI and the CyberForum, is a member of Europe's largest software cluster "Emergent software for the digital company". It is known as the “Silicon Valley of Europe”. Founders find ideal starting conditions in Karlsruhe. The central point of contact is the Karlsruhe Founders Alliance, an association of chambers, business development agencies, technology factories, CyberForum, KIT, universities and start-up initiatives. The alliance develops, plans and implements joint events and networks consultants and founders. In the most recent nationwide founding radar of the German Stifterverband, for example, KIT was able to position itself in third place. A special start-up center for creative people is the "Perfect Future" on the old slaughterhouse with the matching "K³ culture and creative business office Karlsruhe". With over 14,600 employees, Karlsruhe is a center of the cultural and creative industries in Baden-Württemberg. In Karlsruhe, technology, design, art and science come together and offer extraordinary potential for innovation. In recent years, the city has also established itself as the focus of the games industry in the south-west. Well-known companies in the games industry have their headquarters here. In addition, partners from administration, business, science and research are working on the sustainable city of the future as part of the SmarterCity Karlsruhe initiative and want people's quality of life and companies' innovative capabilities through the efficient use of new technologies increase. These include new possibilities in the area of ​​living (Smart House), mobility (Smart Mobility), energy (Smart Energy) or culture (Smart Culture). And since innovative technologies are the basis for successfully shaping the future, the Karlsruhe TechnologyRegion annually awards the “NEO” innovation prize endowed with 20,000 euros. The theme this year is the “future of learning”. KARLSRUHE: REGION OF THE NEW At the interface of technology, creativity, economy and science City of Karlsruhe press and information office

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Press release - page 1 of 2 - “Karlsruhe is a hidden champion”  CODE_n new.New Festival from September 20 to 22 in the Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe  Early bird tickets available until mid-August  Eleven Baden-Württemberg Founder in the finals of the startup competition  Presentation of the CODE_n Award on the evening of September 21st Karlsruhe, July 20th, 2016 - "Karlsruhe is a hidden champion", emphasizes Ulrich Dietz, CEO of GFT Technologies SE and initiator of CODE_n, at the press conference in Karlsruhe. From September 20 to 22, the first CODE_n new.New Festival will take place here in the Center for Art and Media (ZKM) - an international event that is entirely dedicated to the topic of innovation and inspires visitors with the latest technologies. Over three days, CODE_n offers an extensive conference program on several stages, international speakers, space for inspiration, exchange and the presentation of impressive business models, digital media productions and an inspiring evening program. For example, Baden-Württemberg's Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann will close the first day of the conference with a keynote. The end of the festival will be crowned by a public concert at the castle. “In the former ammunition factory, we create the necessary space for digital trend topics and inspire with new technologies. Innovation combined with avant-garde media art - a tingling mix for the first CODE_n new.New Festival, ”continues Dietz. The startup worlds and stages are set in scene in five light-flooded and 15-meter-high courtyards - including established companies from the economy who make trends and technologies from their industries tangible. Local partners form a strong alliance The Lord Mayor of Karlsruhe, Dr. Frank Mentrup invites you to visit the three-day innovation festival: “See for yourself: Karlsruhe is full of joie de vivre and dynamism, here it is fun to shape the future together. The new.New Festival is a real blast and will be the beginning of a wonderful friendship. ”Numerous local partners have joined forces and are committed to supporting the event - including the city of Karlsruhe, the Center for Art and Media (ZKM), the CyberForum, the Karlsruhe Event GmbH, city marketing, Karlsruhe Trade Fairs and Congresses GmbH, Karlsruhe Tourism and KVV. The local partners also set up their own side events. For example, the Schlosslichtspiele will be extended for the festival - modern, IT-based media art as a light spectacle on the baroque facade of Karlsruhe Palace. "The region shines with an inspiring ecosystem, committed and innovative partners," adds Dietz. CODE_n startup competition: 385 applicants from 40 countries - 52 startups in the finals The 52 most innovative companies made it into the finals. Eleven founders from Baden-Württemberg were also able to leave the competition behind and grabbed the CODE_n Award endowed with 30,000 euros. With Kinemic and otego, two startups from Karlsruhe made it to the finals. The jury will announce the winner at the award show on the evening of September 21st. The founders from eleven countries present themselves during the festival. https: // press release - page 2 of 2 - Festival tickets: secure admission tickets now at discounted conditions It pays to be fast: Discounted early bird tickets are available online until mid-August - at . Interested parties have the choice between a day pass with free choice of date or a festival pass for the entire duration of the event.  Student category: day pass 25 euros, festival pass 50 euros  ​​Category startups: day pass 60 euros festival pass 160 euros  ​​Category companies: day pass 190 euros festival pass 490 euros Media representatives and bloggers can register free of charge via [email protected] and then receive a ticket -Voucher sent. CODE_n: A strong network In addition to the initiator GFT, Accenture, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and TRUMPF are active as global partners of the festival. Federal Minister Johanna Wanka has also taken on the patronage. EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg, Vector Informatik and B. Braun act as innovation partners. Those interested in the festival can find out more directly at Our event presentation also provides all festival information at a glance. Press contact: Anja Ebert press spokeswoman GFT Innovations GmbH | CODE_n Schelmenwasenstraße 34, 70567 Stuttgart Tel .: +49 711 62042-108 E-Mail: [email protected] About CODE_n: CODE_n is a global innovation platform for ambitious founders and leading companies, which was founded in 2011 by GFT Technologies SE was initiated. With the elements CONTEST, EVENTS, CONNECT and SPACES, CODE_n offers an ecosystem that networks innovators and promotes the development of sustainable business models. CODE_n stands for “Code of the New”, the DNA of innovation. The community is driving digital progress with new thinking and bold ideas. mailto: [email protected] https: // connect / corporations / accenture -packard-enterprise informatik-gmbh pdf mailto: [email protected]

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Microsoft Word - Zentraler Text.docx Presenting pioneering technologies and networking personalities from the fields of business, science and the creative industries - that is what the CODE_n new.New Festival is all about. From 20. to 22.September 2016 the innovation festival in the Karlsruhe Center for Art and Media (ZKM) brings together pioneers and digital thought leaders with innovation teams, scientists and interested visitors. In addition, the CODE_n Award, endowed with 30,000 euros, will be presented at the festival on September 21, for the final round of which 52 young companies from 11 countries have qualified. The international event, which took place from 2011 to 2015 as part of CeBIT in Hanover, is coming to Karlsruhe this year with many new, but also proven elements. CODE_n stands for “Code of the New”, the DNA of innovation. Over three days, CODE_n in the ZKM offers an extensive conference program on several stages, renowned highlight speakers, an innovation area as a marketplace for inspiration, exchange and presentation of impressive business models, digital media presentations and an inspiring evening program. CODE_n tracks down the most exciting startups worldwide and awards the best business models - two companies from Karlsruhe have also qualified for the finals of this year's CODE_n Award, Kinemic and otego. The festival creates places where ambitious pioneers meet and work on shaping the digital future. Here companies can present themselves, define development goals and find cooperation partners of tomorrow. Festival tickets are available in advance at “Karlsruhe is a real hidden champion. The region shines with an inspiring ecosystem; committed and innovative partners. Ultimately, our event location was also decisive: the Center for Art and Media. In the former ammunition factory, we create the necessary space for digital trend topics and inspire with new technologies. Innovation combined with avant-garde media art - a tingling mixture for the first CODE_n new.New Festival ”, says Ulrich Dietz, CEO of GFT Technologies SE and initiator of CODE_n. “The new.New Festival by CODE_n, for the first time in Karlsruhe, is a real blast and will be the beginning of a wonderful friendship. Because this is where innovation has always had a home, where science, business and civil society work hand in hand for a successful future. And what's special: We are confident and aware of these strengths, and present them calmly and calmly. We live the leitmotif of our city, the 'relaxed head start', day after day. That makes Karlsruhe one of the most digital and liveable cities in Germany. "That is why Mayor Dr. Frank Mentrup invites the digital youth of the world to this three-day innovation festival in Karlsruhe." See for yourself: Karlsruhe is full of vitality and dynamism, it is fun here to shape the future together. "" The ZKM is a worldwide unique cultural institution. It expands the original tasks of a museum - such as collecting and exhibiting - to include both space- and time-based arts and research and production of the latest technology. For the innovation festival it is an ideal place because it is a world-renowned experimental site for digital art and a beacon of digital change, "says Prof. Dr. Peter Weibel, Chairman of the ZKM. The Schlosslichtspiele will be extended until September 25th especially for CODE_n: To the The CODE_n closing party with live music in front of the palace on September 22nd is all from Karlsruhe and Karlsruhe women invited. And on September 20, the participants of CODE_n can get to know the Alter Schlachthof creative park at an after-conference evening. Highlights are the CyberChampionsAward and the OpenStage #GamesBW. INNOVATION FESTIVAL CODE_n: HOTSPOT FOR DIGITAL POSTERS Press conference on Wednesday, July 20, 2016 City of Karlsruhe Press and Information Office 2 | INNOVATION FESTIVAL CODE_n: HOTSPOT FOR DIGITAL PIONEERS PARTNERS Center for Art and Media City Marketing Karlsruhe GmbH Karlsruhe Event GmbH Karlsruhe Trade Fair and Congress GmbH KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH Karlsruher Verkehrsverbund GmbH CyberForum e. V. Karlsruhe Chamber of Commerce and Industry State University for Design Karlsruhe PRESS CONTACTS City of Karlsruhe Bernd Wnuck Phone: +49 721 133-1300 [email protected] CODE_n & GFT Technologies SE Anja Ebert Phone: +49 711 62042-108 press @ code Center for Art and Media Dominika Szope Phone +49 721 8100-1220 [email protected]

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The ZKM for Code n Page 1/1 The ZKM July 2016 Press contact Dominika Szope Head of Press and Public Relations Tel: 0721/8100 - 1220 Regina Hock Press and Public Relations Officer Tel: 0721/8100 - 1821 E-Mail: presse @ zkm. de ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe Lorenzstraße 19 76135 Karlsruhe Founder of the ZKM Partner of the ZKM Mobility partner July 2016 ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe As a “world-famous experimental site” (international broadcaster Deutsche Welle) and “globally unique cultural institution” (USA TODAY), the ZKM stands for a unique concept in a city that enjoys a great reputation as a technology and IT location. Since its inception, it has expanded “the original tasks of a museum - such as collecting and exhibiting - to include both space and time-based arts and research and production of the latest technology” (Peter Weibel, ZKM board member). In the 25 years of its activity, the ZKM has developed into an internationally renowned cultural institution that combines research and production with exhibitions and performances at the interface between art and science, philosophy and technology. The visitors are active, they change from passive spectators to users, to interactive YOU_sers, part of the works of art and discourses. Since it was founded in 1989, the ZKM has been unique in the world in terms of its diverse construction. Since then, it has continuously accompanied and shaped the processes of globalization, digitization and medialization and their effects on society artistically and critically. This created "one of the most important intellectual and artistic circles in the state: Salon and Laboratory Karlsruhe." (Süddeutsche Zeitung, May 21, 2015, p. 13) The ZKM was founded as a cultural institution of the 21st century. It researches dynamic digital change and its effects on the associated social, ecological and artistic change. In order to be able to react promptly to this change, the ZKM itself has to be in a permanent state of change in its organization and in its program: “The merging of media, business, technology, science and art has inspired and attracted the digital avant-garde for decades . An optimal stage for a festival like CODE_n new.New Festival. ”(Peter Weibel, Board Member ZKM)

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code_n_keg_presse -‐ 2 Schlosslichtspiele Karlsruhe are a highlight in the CODE_n new.New Festival framework, the pictures and videos of the Schlosslichtspiele during the 300th Karlsruhe city birthday in 2015 caused a sensation. This summer the second edition will take place with impressive projections on the almost 3,000 square meter facade of the Karlsruhe Palace. Especially for the CODE_n new.New Festival, the Schlosslichtspiele will be a joint project of the ZKM | Center for Art and Media and KARLSRUHE EVENT GmbH have been extended by one week so that festival visitors also have the opportunity to watch the shows every evening. The Schlosslichtspiele uniquely combine modern IT -‐ based media art with quality of life and attractiveness on the baroque facade of Karlsruhe Palace. The official CODE_n closing party on September 22nd will also be celebrated right in the heart of Karlsruhe in front of the palace. Bands will give a free and outdoor concert. Not only festival guests but all Karlsruhe residents are invited. On the final evening of the CODE_n new.New Festival, the Schlosslichtspiele will also be a point of attraction for the national and international IT scene and thus also a meeting place with the citizens themselves. On September 20th, KARLSRUHE EVENT GmbH, together with business development and the CyberForum invites the festival visitors to experience the Karlsruhe creative park Alter Schlachthof. The highlights of the after -‐ conference evening include the CyberChampionsAward followed by a DJ party in the Substage and the OpenStage #GamesBW. The Karlsruhe founders' alliance invites you to have a drink at the founder bar and the perfect future opens its doors to gain insights into the working world of startups. With Baden -‐ Württemberg's largest family and culture festival DAS FEST, which takes place from July 22nd to 24th, 2016, KARLSRUHE EVENT GmbH has an absolute model event in its portfolio, which is particularly exemplary in terms of safety, cleanliness and the protection of minors. In addition, it organizes the INDOOR MEETING KARLSRUHE, which is part of the IAAF World Indoor Tour, the most important indoor athletics event in Germany. With the Schlosslichtspiele in 2016, KARLSRUHE EVENT GMBH also has a major event with an unbelievably international appeal in its calendar. Karlsruhe is also breaking new ground with the Baden -‐ Württemberg Home Days, which will take place in a large city for the first time in 2017. Other premium organizers rely on the experience and competence of KARLSRUHE EVENT GMBH - regardless of whether they are implementing, advising or working with a tailor -‐ made concept. Press contact: Philipp Schätzle, Alter Schlachthof 7a, 76131 Karlsruhe, Tel: 0721 / 782045-‐260, E -‐ Mail: [email protected]‐

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Microsoft Word - Feedback PG CODE_n 20072016.docx I am happy to take part in the press conference ○. ○ I cannot participate. Surname, first name: ______________________________________________ Editor: ______________________________________________ Telephone / Fax: ______________________________________________ E-Mail: ______________________________________________ Date, Signature ______________________________________________ City of Karlsruhe Press and Information Office Fax: 0721 / 133-1309 E-Mail: [email protected] CODE_n new.New Festival FESTIVAL AND CONTEST FOR DIGITAL INNOVATIONS on: July 20, 2016 from: 2 p.m. Location: Center for Art and Media, Media Theater, Lorenzstraße 19, 76135 Karlsruhe City of Karlsruhe Press and Information Office

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Committee: 32nd plenary meeting of the municipal council SUBMISSION OF RESOLUTION STADT KARLSRUHE The Lord Mayor Date: Submission no .: TOP: Responsible: 23.01.2007 894 4 public Dec. 1 “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” Consultation session on TOP ö nö Result of main committee 11.01.2007 1 Municipal council 23.01 .2007 4 Application to the municipal council The municipal council decides - after preliminary consultation in the main committee - the present “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” - annex - as an orientation framework, on which all those responsible will make their decisions and their approach with regard to the city birthday 2015 and the others Align the development of Karlsruhe. For the projects listed in the “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015”, specific concepts including financial data must be drawn up in the following period. The respective resolutions on the projects take place within the framework of the ongoing deliberations of the municipal council. The citizens and other actors involved are again involved in the implementation planning. The “Karlsruhe Master Plan 2015” is continuously monitored and updated, even beyond 2015. The achievement of objectives and the implementation of the projects are regularly evaluated and communicated. Financial impact no yes Total expenditure of the measure Income (subsidies, etc.) Financing through the city budget Annual ongoing burden (follow-up costs with imputed costs less follow-up income and follow-up savings) Cannot be quantified - see below Additional explanations: About the financing of the individual lead projects / Measures will be decided from 2007 and in the following years within the framework of the ongoing deliberations of the municipal council. Hearing local council (§ 70 Abs. 1 GemO) no yes carried out on coordination with municipal companies no yes coordinated with On the basis of project ideas developed in various participatory processes (City 2015, BUGA, Capital of Culture, etc.), the mayor has in a joint meeting The “Karlsruhe Master Plan 2015” process was initiated with the parliamentary group chairman on September 28, 2005. The jointly declared goal was to create the “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015”, taking into account the given time frame, in a broad and open dialogue between politics, administration, social groups and citizens. To this end, different forms of participation were carried out in the individual phases of the process (passer-by survey, interviews, internet participation, workshops, innovation circles, future conference, citizens' conference, municipal council meeting). The schedule was expanded in two steps to January 2007. The “Karlsruhe Master Plan 2015” now available is an important milestone in the entire process. It opens up a perspective for the Karlsruhe of tomorrow and is intended to serve as an orientation framework for the future development of Karlsruhe in the next few years. Without specifying any financial or personal commitments, it represents a framework plan for the future use of resources with a focus on resources. Statements are made in the master plan as to what the city of Karlsruhe would like to focus on in the future. The how is then to be planned and discussed in the implementation phase and decided in the ongoing deliberations of the municipal council. The “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” is flexible and dynamic in the sense that it is a process in which a reaction can and must be made to possible cultural, economic, ecological and demographic changes in the following years. That is why the “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” will be continuously controlled, communicated and updated even after the resolution has been passed. Corresponding structures will be developed over the next few weeks so that the process is also continuously monitored during its implementation phase. In the update, goals can be reformulated and new projects, such as B. a possibly positive decision for the BUGA can be included. Structural changes associated with this are also incorporated into the ongoing update and the orientation framework that is then to be created. Supplementary explanations Page 3 of 4 An evaluation of the implementation is to be carried out at regular intervals (two to three years) and a continuous update (three to four years) is to be made, which would have to be decided by the local council in the current form. The members of the municipal council also receive an annual status report, which is made available to the public after the municipal council has taken note of it. In the implementation and update phase, the constructive dialogue with politics, administration, social groups and citizens is continued. Depending on the design of the respective project, participations are carried out in different configurations and forms. Previously involved persons, institutions, clubs and associations will be included again in the ongoing implementation, new ones may be added. A sustainable and future-proof networking of the actors, an efficient use of resources and a greater identification of everyone with the city will be achieved in this way by 2015. In 2015, Karlsruhe will be experienced and perceived as an attractive city with an excellent quality of life. At the same time, it will be possible to use the challenges posed by economic, cultural and social changes positively and to continue to position Karlsruhe successfully in the ranks of European cities.Resolution: Application to the municipal council The municipal council decides - after preliminary consultation in the main committee - the present “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” as an orientation framework to which all those responsible will base their decisions and their approach with regard to the city's birthday in 2015 and the further development of Karlsruhe. For the projects listed in the “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015”, concrete concepts including financial data must be drawn up in the following period. The respective resolutions on the projects take place within the framework of the ongoing deliberations of the municipal council. The citizens and other actors involved are again involved in the implementation planning. Supplementary explanations Page 4 of 4 The “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” is continuously monitored and updated, even beyond 2015. The achievement of objectives and the implementation of the projects are regularly evaluated and communicated. Main office - meeting services January 15, 2007 Karlsruhe Master Plan 2015 - changes and additions (yellow) from the last discussions and the discussion in the main committee on January 11, 2007 for information and as part of the annex to the resolution proposal Image and City Birthday 2015 - p. 26 Karlsruhe 2015. We show what we are made of. In 1715, Margrave Karl Wilhelm von Baden-Durlach gave the impetus to build a castle and a city that was aligned radially towards the castle. From 1806 to 1918 Karlsruhe was the state capital of the Grand Duchy of Baden, then of the Free State of Baden. The first polytechnic in Germany, the forerunner of the University of Fridericiana, was founded in Karlsruhe in 1825, followed by the former building trade school in 1878, now the University of Karlsruhe - Technology and Economics. With the establishment of the art gallery, the founding of the court theater, the art association, the art academy, the college of education and the Baden Conservatory as well as the establishment of the first girls' high school in Germany, Karlsruhe already played an important and leading role in the cultural field in the 19th century. In the 20th century, this leading position was further expanded with the establishment of the Center for Art and Media Technology (ZKM) and the University of Design (HfG). .... Culture Child and youth culture - p. 37 Cultural education provides young people in particular with a variety of opportunities to lead a meaningful life in a complex and fast-moving time. It supports the development of the personality, stimulates one's own actions and the assumption of responsibility and trains people's emotional as well as rational, social and aesthetic abilities. ... Outlook - p. 89 After the decision of the “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” by the municipal council, the implementation of the projects defined in the master plan will take place in the following years - depending on the project requirements, also with the inclusion of external expertise Representatives from politics and administration, citizens as well as representatives from institutions, clubs and associations continue to have the opportunity to participate in the design of their city in the implementation of the projects of the Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015. In future, all those responsible will base their decisions and their approach to the further development of Karlsruhe on the developed strategic goals and projects. Municipal offices and societies design their organizational structures according to the need for implementation. The City of Karlsruhe regularly informs the public about the individual project statuses and implemented implementations as well as important milestones on the way there. The communication concept provided in the master plan is an important instrument for systematic, structured and ongoing information. Possible effects and consequences that the master plan and the implementation of the goals and key projects have for the city as a whole are recorded and assessed. The results are also published and, if necessary, further actions are derived from them. The City of Karlsruhe continues to maintain an open dialogue with all those involved. ... page 2 Karlsruhe Master Plan 2015 - changes and additions (yellow) from the last discussions and the discussion in the main committee on January 11, 2007 for knowledge and as part of the annex to the draft resolution Annex to the annex to draft resolution no. 894 item 4 of the Meeting of the municipal council on January 23, 2007 Greeting - p. 5 Karlsruhe Master Plan 2015 On June 17, 2015, Karlsruhe will celebrate its 300th birthday! How do we want to live in Karlsruhe then? What can we be proud of then, what prospects do we have - also for the years after the holiday? These are questions that we have to ask ourselves today in Karlsruhe in view of the generally changing demographic development, the economic, cultural and social structural change. Strengthening and expanding Karlsruhe is one of the most important tasks in view of the challenges of the future - because: the quality of life can only be sustainably ensured in a strong city. With the "Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015" process, Karlsruhe wants to develop strategies to make the coexistence of generations and cultures socially acceptable and free of tension, to attract investors and promote investments and through sufficient employment opportunities as well as a wide and varied range of education and culture To create the basis for a quality life in the city and region. Karlsruhe relies on the master plan as a flexible and action-oriented concept that reacts appropriately to the changed framework conditions and is to be continued beyond the anniversary year. Regional, national and international recognition - the award of the University of Karlsruhe as an elite in 2006 - the university is an example - and the associated maintenance and continuation of the high quality standards in all areas, together with the implementation of new innovative ideas, are a basic requirement for economic growth and the related willingness to invest, live and work in Karlsruhe. The “Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015” process, which was initiated in September 2005, brings together ideas that have already been developed in previous participation processes, bundles new trend-setting goals and lead projects and subjects them to an initial assessment with regard to their feasibility. All lead projects are formulated taking into account the aspects of increasing the quality of life in Karlsruhe, realistic feasibility, innovation and location promotion, public awareness and sustainability. The projects developed in the context of the Capital of Culture application “Rightly. Karlsruhe "and Kreativpark Ostaue as well as the combined solution and the transport connection over the Rhine are already set projects in the" Karlsruhe Masterplan 2015 ". The future development of our city takes place in an open and constructive dialogue between citizens, politics, business, science and administration as well as clubs, institutions, associations and many other social groups. The shared responsibility creates identification and mutual understanding for the decisions to be made. It helps to keep our city lively, tolerant, open and thus also attractive. The present “Karlsruhe Master Plan 2015” is understood as an orientation framework to which all those responsible base their decisions and their approach for the future development of Karlsruhe. Statements are made in it about what we would like to focus on primarily in the future. The how is then planned, discussed and decided in the implementation phase. This keeps the process dynamic. page 1

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Microsoft Word - 2016-06-07 Documentation.docx Development “Oberer Säuterich” kick-off event 07.06.2016 from 5:00 pm - 7:20 pm Bürgersaal Rathaus Durlach Documentation Moderation Werner Gerhardt, Office GERHARDT.Stadtplaner.Architekten Documentation City of Karlsruhe | City Planning Office | Cityscape area 1 Result protocol About 100 interested citizens will visit the kick-off event for “Oberern Säuterich” on June 7th, 2016 in the Bürgersaal of the Durlach town hall to find out about the planned competition procedure and to exchange ideas about the urban development of the area. After a brief welcome by the mayor, Ms. Ries, the head of the city planning office, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karmann-Woessner, invite those present to participate in the procedural process by naming suggestions and wishes. Mr. Gerardi, head of the cityscape department, then explains the scope of the competition area as well as the procedure and hands over the floor to Mr. Gerhardt from the GERHARDT.Stadtplaner.Architekten office, who will guide through the event. Mr. Gerhardt divides the anticipated concerns of the attendees into the following topics: 1. Housing structure / type of housing 2. Transport / connection / mobility 3. Open space / green / water management 4. Nature / species protection This structure is adopted in the following. Questions, worries, suggestions and wishes named by those present are structured accordingly and assigned to the topics. 1. Housing structure / type of housing Building density / building structure  A dense building method must not lead to a ghetto formation, which is feared.  The village structure must be preserved. A structure like the one in the Lohn-Lissen area, which is separated from the rest of Durlach, must not be created.  One and two-family houses are preferred, terraced houses and assemblies are also conceivable.  One and two-family houses are desired for local families who are looking for building plots in Aue and would otherwise move away.  Are there guidelines on the percentage of certain types of housing?  The new development, which adjoins the existing low development, must not be high and not allow any insight into the existing development. Note The central task of the urban planning design will be to determine the appropriate building density. The residential development should fit into the existing development and not lead to any urban break. The competition organizers should sound out what building mass is acceptable in which areas at this location. There are no percentages. The draft must demonstrate how the proposed development can create urban qualities. The residents' desire for a small-scale village structure is included in the task. In addition, urban goals must also be taken into account. 2 Population growth  How high is the expected number of inhabitants with a compact building method? Note In an older urban planning draft by the city planning office, a population growth of up to 500 people was assumed. With denser construction and an expansion of the residential area, a higher population growth can be assumed. The number can only be estimated when a draft is available. Climate  Climatic aspects must be taken into account in a compact construction. Fresh air corridors cannot be obstructed by high buildings. Note The urban planning concept should also include climatic aspects. The microclimate will change as a result of development. Social structure  There is currently a friendly atmosphere in the area. What effects will compact building methods and social housing construction have on this?  A lively neighborhood with a kindergarten, bakery and small shops is desired.  Social aspects should be taken into account in the type of housing, such as a care facility.  The maintenance and an attractive design of the fairground must be included in the planning, as it serves as a social meeting point for the exchange between old and young. Note It will be the task of the planner to develop a residential structure that enables a social mix and neighborly coexistence. The suggestion for the fairground is accepted. For the area, the definition of "general residential area" is planned, which, in addition to residential buildings, also allows uses that serve to supply the area, such as shops, cultural institutions or kindergartens. The request to the social and youth authorities regarding a care facility for the area revealed that a care residential community should be implemented. Reallocation  The area may not go to so-called "construction sharks" who only build according to their own interests.  How are the ownership structure regulated in the case of compact construction (real division?)?  Is the city building on the expansion area? Note There will be a reallocation procedure that also includes urban areas. The real estate office will process the reallocation procedure as soon as a corresponding urban development draft with the uses is available. 3 2. Transport / connection / mobility Traffic load  The development via Schlesier Strasse and Karpatenstrasse is viewed critically, as there is already a backlog on Fiduciastrasse in the morning rush hour.  How are the traffic volumes developing compared to today - also against the background of an expansion of the residential construction area? When and how long is counting done again?  Originally, the Carpathian Road was not planned as a dead end, but with a second connection to Schlesier Straße. The current situation only arose in the course of the tramway extension to Wolfartsweier. This should be taken into account when planning.  What kind of load from construction site traffic can be expected in the Carpathian Strait? Note After the Wachhausstraße / Fiduciastraße roundabout goes into operation, a new census will also be carried out in the area of ​​Schlesier Straße - probably in autumn. The counting period is 14 hours per day. The efficiency of the development via the two access roads Schlesier Straße / Karpatenstraße and Schindweg will then be assessed again. However, it must also be possible to estimate what will be added (residents / uses / ...) and how everything will ultimately be connected. The Karpatenstrasse has the same lane width as the Schlesier Strasse, approx. 6.00 m plus longitudinal parking and separate sidewalks. The parking pressure is moderate (single house development with additional garage courtyards). During a site visit at around 8 p.m. there were only two tree disc parkers at numerous free, legal parking spaces. In many comparable residential areas, with narrower lane widths, significantly higher traffic loads occur than would be expected here. Information on the handling of the subsequent construction site traffic cannot be given at this point in time. Alternative development  Other possible solutions for the development are required.  A development directly from the B 3 as well as an extension of the Tiroler Straße with an additional level crossing is desired.  What is the legal basis for the negative attitude of the regional council towards development directly from the B 3?  Vehicles with the destination RaumFabrik use the route through Aue as a shortcut.  A track underpass as a further development option is to be examined.  You should drive south out of the area, e.g. B over a bridge over the southern bypass.  The area is not only developed via the Carpathian Road, development via the Schindweg must also be included.  Does the intended reduction in the number of offers on the tram route through the discontinuation of Line 8 offer starting points for a renewed review of the development with another level crossing - also taking into account the rail noise when cornering? 4 Note An additional driveway directly from the B 3 would require another signposted junction and create a gap in the noise protection wall to be completed. The regional council would reject a corresponding application for reasons of traffic safety and with reference to section 9 of the Federal Introductory Decree ARS 08/2013 of May 16, 2013 for RAL. Especially since there is already an efficient connection between the area and the B3 via Fiduciastraße. The responsibility of the regional council for this decision results from the fact that the state manages the federal road on behalf of the federal government outside of the through town. For a new junction with the necessary entry and turn lanes, installation areas or viewing triangles, the existing noise protection wall would have to be interrupted in a larger area, or it could not be closed in the direction of the fairground. This would result in a significantly higher noise input into the area. The new residential area could not only be connected to the B3, so the connection would be an extension of Steiermärker Straße or Karpatenstraße.This would create a new, attractive connection between the existing Aue development and the higher-level network. surrender. Traffic would be shifted from Fiduciastraße and Brühlstraße / Schindweg to this new connection. The result would be considerably more traffic in the new and adjacent residential areas. An additional access in the area of ​​Fiduciastraße would also affect the noise protection wall. In addition, due to the familiar situation in the morning rush hour, the distance to the intersection with the B 3 is too short. The tram tracks are elevated in the cornering area and there is already a level crossing in Schlesier Straße. Another level crossing is rejected by the VBK for structural and operational reasons. Stationary traffic  Employees in the Killisfeld industrial park use the streets in the residential area as free parking spaces. There is a desire for a resident parking regulation.  An underground car park under the area as a district car park is to be examined.  Sufficient parking spaces are desired for the existing fairground, as the previous situation is felt to be inadequate. Note As part of the competition process, it will be the task of the planners to develop a parking space concept for the residential area. In this context, thought should also be given, for example, to low-car living with neighborhood garages, collection points or the like. Noise protection  Should the future residential area be developed with a street that runs parallel to Fiduciastraße behind the noise protection wall, this will result in traffic noise.  Find a solution to the noise caused by the tram. 5 Comment The topic of noise protection is to be dealt with in the procedure. 3. Open space / green / water management  There is a desire to keep green areas.  Water and bodies of water should be included in the open space planning. Note When planning open spaces and green spaces, the preservation of the area's uniqueness must be taken into account. The area has a high groundwater level, so that the water-sensitive urban design with the issue of rainwater infiltration / retention areas will have to be dealt with. Noise protection  In addition to its actual function, the noise protection wall is also seen as a natural quality. The green entrance to the city along Fiducia Road is appreciated. Note The noise protection wall is located in a regional green corridor, which must be taken into account by the editors. However, no agent who plans to build up to Fiduciastraße will be excluded from the competition process. However, it must then be a very convincing urban planning solution that justifies such an intervention. 4. Nature / species protection  The importance of nature and species protection is emphasized.  What effects do the green toad and the compensation area issue have on planning? Note Nature and species protection issues are taken into account. Advance compensation measures (CEF measures) are required. Suitable compensation areas for the green toad have been determined and are part of the task. 5. Other procedures  Which offices take part in the procedure?  Do the offices receive the previous reports?  When is development to be expected? Note The application process for the offices runs until July 1st, 2016. Then five participants will be selected by an independent committee. The participants will be known in mid / late July. The previous reports will be made available to the participants. The development plan procedure can begin after the master plan has been drawn up. Development planning and reallocation procedures must be brought to a successful conclusion before development is possible. Time information is currently difficult to estimate. 6 Exchange of information  The city planning office will publish news, such as the protocol of today's event or the task definition, on the city's website under the following link:  An exhibition of the works is planned after the competition process. Place and time will be announced. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13