Development Atlas Development sites in Switzerland with a minimum area of 10,000 m².
The Development Atlas is a nationwide database of Swiss sites that are at least 10,000 m² and currently undergoing a transformation or have the potential for transformation. It contains the most important sites, i.e. those relevant to the development of the respective municipalities and regions, and thus serves as a leading indicator for future construction work and spatial development.
It is constantly being expanded and updated by means of a notification system and automated spatial monitoring.
In combination with our additional location and market data, the Development Atlas provides an interesting basis for systematic analyses – e.g. potential analyses of municipalities and regions for the public sector and promotion of business locations. Possible analyses and concepts include:
- Development potential analyses of municipalities and regions for the public sector and companies.
- Market analyses and location-finding for service providers, industrial companies as well as real estate investors.
- Competition analyses and forecasts.
- Monitoring of individual sites.
- Utilisation conception and consulting on site development.
The following details are documented for every site:
- Original and current designation
- Address and coordinates
- Site perimeter (geo-coded polygons)
- Site area and potential gross floor area
- Site type and status
- Present and planned construction zone (according to the harmonized construction zone types of the Federal Office for Spatial Development)
- Source and Internet link
Where available, the following additional information is also provided:
- Plot numbers and landowner
- Other parties involved: planners, designers, developers
- Pictures and visualizations
- Documents (planning reports, documentation, press reports)
- Site sections (e.g. construction areas with varying developments)
- Usage mix, number of residential units and total investment
- Customer-specific information and locational attributes
- Special topics (e.g. land contamination, demolition volumes)