Sectoral Plans and Cross-Cutting Issues
In INSEK Leipzig 2030, the Sectoral Concepts form an essential basis for the integration and coordination of departmental Priority Fields of Action and the formulation of the multidisciplinary Urban Development Strategy. They identify sectoral strategies and Priority Fields of Action and were drawn up in inter-departmental working groups. The main basis of the Sectoral Concepts comprises sectoral planning drawn up by individual departments which was then collated and condensed to its key conclusions regarding urban development.
Against the background of the growing city and the related developments, and also with regard to social and global trends such as demographic change and digitalization, multidisciplinary challenges were addressed in INSEK Leipzig 2030. They were partly incorporated as Cross-Cutting Issues. Cross-Cutting Issues in the Urban Development Concept refer to aspects of urban development which are (or will be) important for multiple sectoral areas. Cross-Cutting Issues are usually not directed or implemented by a single department. The six central Cross-Cutting Issues in INSEK are
- Inclusion and Equity,
- Integration and Diversity,
- Digital City,
- Quality of Built Environment and Public Spaces, and
- Brownfield Revitalization.
The Sectoral Plans and Cross-Cutting Issues are summarized in another publication (Part 2, only in german).