2008: Green light given for public discussion on the future of the Tegel airport grounds.
2009 to 2012: The idea for the Innovation Park is born during a workshop – proposals are drafted by six international teams comprising architects, city planners, and landscape designers, which are then further developed together with experts, administration, and stakeholders from Berlin’s general public.
9th June 2011: The Berlin Parliament approves the goals of the zoning plan and the landscape program.
2013: The master plan is adopted by the Berlin State Senate with binding effect.
From 2016: The increasing demand for housing space in Berlin gives rise to further development of Schumacher Quartier.
2017: The outline for urban planning is further developed in four SQ Labs together with experts at state and regional level into a framework that is the basis of further planning for the residential district.
2018: The development plans for parts of the Urban Tech Republic and Schumacher Quartier are presented in public in November.
2019: Decision is taken on the landscape planning competition for the district and landscape park.
2020: An information center is being set up on site following the closure of the airport.
Interested members of the public can participate constructively in public site conferences from the beginning of the plans.
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