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Returning Hemelingen Lake to something like a natural state

renaturation of the shore


The aim of this project is to strengthen the Weser’s ecosystem in terms of its functionality as a natural space and a recreational amenity in the Bremen-Hemelingen neighbourhood.
The levelling out of the slope of the lakeside, and the introduction of additional shallow water areas, is intended to improve the capacity of the lake and the microclimate to clean themselves. Furthermore, better preconditions are to be put in place to attract a wider range of species, particularly in the lakeside zones reserved for natural development.
Along a limited section of the lakeside, access to and usage of the lake is to be substantially improved by levelling off the slope of the lakeside and by adding a sandy beach sloping gently down to the lake. The redesigned area is intended to become an attractive local amenity which invites people to do sport or to relax by the lakeside.

Categories
environmental projects, urban development
Programmes
ERDF Bremen 2007 - 2013
Degree of priority / area of funding
Priority Axis 2 Activating Urban and Commercial Areas
2.3: Enhancing the Profile of the Cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven strand
Total volume of money (in €)
93.700,00
Proportion of funds
of which public-sector funding: 93.700 €
of which ERDF funding: 46.850 €
Runtime
13.09.1007 - 31.12.2010
Venue
Bremen east
Contact
Herr Dr. Hans-Peter Weigel
Senator for the Environment, Construction and Transport
Division 33
Hanseatenhof 5,
Block D,
D-28195 Bremen
Tel.: ++49 421 361-5535
Fax: ++49 421 496-5535
E-Mail: hans-peter.weigel@umwelt.bremen.de


Returning Hemelingen Lake to something like a natural state

Zof the Weser’s ecosystem in terms of its functionality as a natural space and a recreational amenity in the Bremen-Hemelingen neighbourhood.
The levelling out of the slope of the lakeside, and the introduction of additional shallow water areas, is intended to improve the capacity of the lake and the microclimate to clean themselves. Furthermore, better preconditions are to be put in place to attract a wider range of species, particularly in the lakeside zones reserved for natural development.
Along a limited section of the lakeside, access to and usage of the lake is to be substantially improved by levelling off the slope of the lakeside and by adding a sandy beach sloping gently down to the lake. The redesigned area is intended to become an attractive local amenity which invites people to do sport or to relax by the lakeside.

Follow the link to see the slideshow: Eindrücke vom Stand der Arbeiten (swf, 1.1 MB) im November 2009]

Projectdata

Area of impact: Place of implementation Total project volume (ERDF Programme): of which public-sector funding: of which ERDF funding:
City of Bremen - HemelingenCity of Bremen - Hemelingen49.265€49.265€24.632€[

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Herr Dr. Hans-Peter Weigel

Senator for the Environment, Construction and Transport
Division 33

Hanseatenhof 5,
Block D,
D-28195 Bremen

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