Landscape park in lieu of mining: Enhancement of city districts with an industrial past

Lippepark Hamm

The creation of a landscape park that crosses the boundaries of three city districts and covers a total area of about 220 hectares is intended to initiate structural change in the aftermath of the loss of mining. The “Lippepark Hamm” landscape park increases the quality of life in the previously highly industrialised western districts of Hamm. It establishes opportunities for freely accessible leisure, play, and sports activities at all times and it leads to a significant upgrade of this structurally weak area.

Planning period 2009-2014
Developer City of Hamm
Architect/planner

Davids, Terfrüchte & Partner

Planning partners scape Landschaftsarchitekten (open space planning); Schüssler Plan, Düsseldorf (civil engineering); RAG Montan Immobilien
Uses
Open space
Public construction

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