Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
locla government, The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, one of the 16 states of the federation, is the second largest city in Germany with its 1.7 million inhabitants. In this sense, it is a city as well as a state.
Previous Experience relevant for INSPIRE development:
LGV Hamburg has the leadership in the field of SDI including INSPIRE in
Hamburg. LGV Hamburg is one project partner of the eContentplus Project "Plan4all" (2009-2011). The objective of Plan4all is to build a network of local,
regional and national public bodies, organisations dealing with planning issues and regional development, to find consensus about harmonisation of
Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) for spatial planning according to the INSPIRE Directive and also to contribute to standardisation of related Spatial
Data Themes from the INSPIRE Annexes.
Mr. Kai-Uwe Krause (contact person of the LGV for the RegInSpire proposal) is member of the INSPIRE data specification "Thematic Working
Group" for INSPIRE Annex III Theme "Land use". The INSPIRE data specifications will constitute the foundation for the INSPIRE Implementing
Rules laying down the technical arrangements for the interoperability and harmonisation of spatial data sets elated to the themes listed in the Annex
II and III of the INSPIRE Directive (2007/2/EC), according to the provisions of Art. 7.