A necessary prerequisite for any structural investment, whether in the area of building construction or for the construction of infrastructure facilities, is the ownership of the required building land as well as the necessary building and planning law. In the past, both were often provided by the public sector through stockpiling planning and land readjustment. However, due to the high dynamics of demands as well as growing budget problems, municipalities are facing greater challenges than ever, which is why private developers of building land are becoming increasingly important. In order to be able to meet the demand for affordable housing, the implementation of urban development measures including the mobilisation of brownfield sites and redensification, as well as many other requirements, it is necessary to have profound knowledge of the procedures for the establishment of building law and the ownership of the required land.
The modules described below in the above-mentioned Bachelor's and Master's degree programs provide students with the professional foundations to combine the existing instruments of planning law and land readjustment in such a way that sustainable development is ensured.