Sensitivity of the usage

The spatial planning aim should be the long-term, safe, requirements-oriented and appropriate usage of the surface area and neighbourhood of contaminated deposits. Thereby, as far as possible, insensitive usages should be strived for. Examples of insensitive or low-sensitivity usages include: parkland, biotopes, storage areas for bulk solids, low-speed traffic areas, car parks and (open) goods depots which are not affected by ground settlement. Examples of sensitive usages include: horticulture, agriculture, residential areas with gardens or allotments, schools, nurseries, playgrounds, high-speed traffic areas, technical plant and buildings which would be affected by ground settlement (LfU Baden-Württemberg).