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Bosch & Partner GmbH

Function: Partner
Abbreviation in the project: Bosch & Partner
Address: Josephspitalstr. 7, 80331 Munich, Germany
Webpage: http://www.bosch-partnergmbh.de


Description of the Institute

The Bosch & Partner GmbH offers a wide field of expertise in Environmental Planning, Consulting and Research. The company consists of a well-established team of landscape planners, landscape architects, engineers, and geographers with offices in Munich, Herne and Hanover.
The services provide goal oriented environmental planning, landscape management and landscape design, as well as research into a wide range of environmentally relevant topics.
Since the founding of the company in 1986, the scope of our projects have been continually extended and developed. Currently, custom solutions are offered in the following areas:

  • Environmental impact assessment studies
  • Preliminary examinations and impact assessments of projects affecting  Natura 2000 sites 
  • Landscape conservation support plans and impact regulation according to nature conservation legislation 
  • Landscape architecture and landscape design
  • Landscape planning and management
  • Land use planning
  • Quality management
  • International conventions 
  • Environmental education 
  • Consulting and support of private funding groups 
  • Research on and development of planning methods
  • Ecosystem research 
  • Integrated environmental monitoring, indicators, environmental reporting
  • Conceptional preparation and execution of workshops and conferences
  • Publications and talks
  • Facilitation of planning processes
  • Development of (Elaboration of) materials for public information (for public relations work)
Konstanze Schönthaler


Stefan v. Andrian-Werburg



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Last update: 31-05-2005