Hamburg-North district


from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coat of arms of Hamburg-Nord
Coat of arms of Hamburg
Hamburg-Nord
district of Hamburg
Bezirk Harburg Bezirk Altona Bezirk Eimsbüttel Bezirk Hamburg-Nord Bezirk Wandsbek Bezirk Bergedorf Bezirk Hamburg-Mitte Niedersachsen Schleswig-Holstein Neuwerk (zu Bezirk Hamburg-Mitte)Location of the district in Hamburg
About this picture
Coordinates 53 ° 35 ′ 37 ″  N , 10 ° 0 ′ 0 ″  E Coordinates: 53 ° 35 ′ 37 ″  N , 10 ° 0 ′ 0 ″  E
height 20  m above sea level NHN
surface 57.8 km²
Residents 314,593 (Dec 31, 2019)
Population density 5443 inhabitants / km²
Postcodes 20144, 20249, 20251, 20253, 22049, 22081, 22083, 22085, 22087, 22089, 22297, 22299, 22301, 22303, 22305, 22307, 22309, 22335, 22337, 22339, 22391, 22415, 22417, 22419, 22453, 22529
prefix 040

Administration address
District Office Hamburg-Nord
Kümmellstraße 7
20249 Hamburg
Website www.hamburg.de/hamburg-nord
politics
District Office Manager Michael Werner-Boelz ( Greens )
Allocation of seats ( district assembly )
      
A total of 51 seats
Transport links
Federal road B5 B433
S-Bahn and U-Bahn S1Hamburg S1.svg S11Hamburg S11.svg
U1Hamburg U1.svg U3Hamburg U3.svg
Source: Statistical Office for Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein ( Memento from January 31, 2012 in the Internet Archive )
Hoheluft-Ost Hohenfelde Uhlenhorst Barmbek-Süd Dulsberg Barmbek-Nord Winterhude Alsterdorf Eppendorf Groß Borstel Fuhlsbüttel Langenhorn Ohlsdorf Bezirk Eimsbüttel Hamburg Bezirk Hamburg-Mitte Bezirk Altona Bezirk Wandsbek Schleswig-HolsteinStructure of the Hamburg-Nord district
About this picture
Outside wall lettering of the Hamburg-Nord district office

The district of Hamburg-Nord ( Hamborg-Noord in Low German ) is one of seven districts of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg .

geography

overview

The Hamburg-Nord district is located at 10 degrees east longitude on both sides of the Alster . It extends 14 km from north to south and a good 8 km from west to east and includes the northeastern part of the Outer Alster . In the north, the district borders on Schleswig-Holstein , in the south on the Hamburg-Mitte district , in the west on the Eimsbüttel district and in the east on the Wandsbek district .

Large areas of the 58 km² district are not inhabited, but are used for infrastructure and local recreation. These include the Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel airport (approx. 5 km²), the Ohlsdorf cemetery (approx. 4 km²), the Hamburg City Park (approx. 2 km²) and the Eppendorfer Moor nature reserve as well as many allotment gardens and, of course, the Alster.

Administrative division

The district is divided into 13 districts:

The districts are further subdivided into one to six, a total of 32 districts. The former local offices of Barmbek-Uhlenhorst and Fuhlsbüttel were dissolved as part of the Hamburg district administration reform in 2006, and the local committees of the district assembly became the three above-mentioned fifteen-member regional committees. In the district office, three regional officers coordinate administrative activities in the regional areas.

The district office ( ) is located in an administration building by Paul Seitz in the Eppendorf district (Kümmellstraße 5). The building was erected in 1953/1959 and is a listed building. In February 2014, the site including the development was sold to the Rendsburg construction company Richard Ditting GmbH.

politics

Election for the district assembly Hamburg-Nord 2019
Turnout: 62.9%
 %
40
30th
20th
10
0
35.7
20.8
17.5
9.6
7.7
4.6
2.4
1.1
0.6
Gains and losses
compared to 2014
 % p
 16
 14th
 12
 10
   8th
   6th
   4th
   2
   0
  -2
  -4
  -6
  -8th
-10
-12
-14
+14.6
-13.1
-6.2
+3.1
+3.4
+0.9
+2.4
-2.4
+0.2
Allocation of seats in the
district assembly Hamburg-Nord 2019
      
A total of 51 seats

For the election for citizenship and the district assembly in 2011, the district of Hamburg-Nord was divided into the constituencies Eppendorf-Winterhude , Barmbek-Uhlenhorst-Dulsberg and Fuhlsbüttel-Alsterdorf-Langenhorn .

District Office Manager

  • 1949–1955: August Obenhaupt ( SPD )
  • 1955–1973: Kurt Braasch ( DP )
  • 1973–1989: Werner Weidemann (SPD)
  • 1989–1996: Jochen von Maydell (SPD)
  • 1996-2008: Mathias Frommann (SPD)
  • 2009–2012: Wolfgang Kopitzsch (SPD)
  • 2012–2018: Harald Rösler (SPD)
  • since 2019: Michael Werner-Boelz ( Greens )

After Harald Rösler retired in June 2018, Yvonne Nische (SPD) was to become the district office manager, temporarily held this office from July 1, 2018, but ultimately did not take office in January 2019 because of the Rolling Stones ticket affair. On January 21, 2019, Ralf Staack, the former deputy head of the Eimsbüttel District Office, took over the management of the North District Office.

Population statistics

In 1950, Hamburg-Nord was considered the most populous district in Hamburg with its 358,941 inhabitants. In 1977 there were 313,909 residents registered in the district. In 1990 there were 282,715 people. The population then fell back to 275,802 by 2000 and has since increased to 313,617 registered residents by the end of 2018.

traffic

The Hamburg Airport is located almost entirely in the district of Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel . The northern runway protrudes a little further into the state of Schleswig-Holstein.

The S-Bahn line 1 opens up the eastern side of the north district and has also been connecting the airport to the S-Bahn network since the end of 2008. The underground line 1 crosses the district from north to south, the southeastern parts of the district are served by the U3 line. A planned line U5 should reach insufficiently developed areas northeast of the Alster from around 2030.

Sights and culture

  • The Alster and its associated canals are a landmark that characterizes the district . In total, there are around 90 kilometers of watercourses in Hamburg-Nord, of which around a third are navigable.

Planetarium and museums

theatre

Parks (selection)

Nature reserves

Personalities

  • "Former Federal Chancellor" Helmut Schmidt lived in North Hamburg, in the Hamburg-Langenhorn district.
  • Wolfgang Borchert , German writer, was born in Eppendorf in 1921 and attended the Wolfgang Borchert School (previously Erica School), which was later named after him.
  • Ernst Thälmann , of whom the Ernst-Thälmann-Platz and the Ernst-Thälmann memorial near the DKP still remember today.
  • Samy Deluxe , rapper, attended the Eppendorf comprehensive school.
  • Jan Delay (Jan Eißfeldt), rapper in the Beginner group , talks to Samy Deluxe about his youth in Hamburg-Eppendorf on the track “Lang is her”.
  • Fabius , singer, actor and musical performer. Grew up in Eppendorf, attended the Wolfgang Borchert School. Today he plays in various musical pieces and in the Ohnsorg Theater Hamburg, especially in the rock revue "Wi rockt op Platt".
  • Dirk Fischer , former Member of the Bundestag, CDU politician
  • Marcell Jansen , former national soccer player and ex-HSV professional, lives in Hamburg-Nord.
  • Uwe Seeler , Hamburger SV's record scorer , grew up in Eppendorf .

See also

photos

Web links

Commons : District Hamburg-Nord  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. [1] hamburg.de
  2. Section 1 of the District Administration Act (BezVG) of July 6, 2006 . HmbGVBl. Part I 2006, No. 33, p. 404 ( landesrecht-hamburg.de [accessed on March 18, 2018]).
  3. ^ Order on the division of the area of ​​the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg . September 7, 1965, HmbGVBl. Part II 1965, Official Gazette No. 181, p. 999 .
  4. Committees. In: hamburg.de. District assembly Hamburg-Nord, 2018, accessed on March 18, 2018 .
  5. The North District Office is threatened with demolition. In: Hamburger Morgenpost. February 16, 2014.
  6. Friederike Ulrich: Michael Werner-Boelz elected district office manager. December 12, 2019, accessed on December 12, 2019 (German).
  7. https://www.abendblatt.de/hamburg/article214882427/Ermittlungen-gegen-Ex-Bezirksamtschef-Roesler-ausgewetzt.html
  8. https://www.abendblatt.de/hamburg/hamburg-nord/article216231623/Affaere-um-Rolling-Stones-Bezirksamtschefin-tritt-zurueck.html
  9. https://kleineanfragen.de/hamburg/21/16540-leitung-des-bezirksamts-nord-v.txt
  10. https://www.hamburg.de/pressearchiv-fhh/12074600/2019-01-18-fb-ralf-staack-kommissonien-bezirksamtleitung-hamburg-nord/
  11. City districts are catching up again , abeedblatt.de of October 9, 1951, accessed on May 12, 2019
  12. Wanted: The ideal Hamburg. District Office Manager Werner Weidemann has a lot to offer in his area , Abendblatt.de from June 19, 1977, accessed on May 12, 2019
  13. Source: Statistical Office for Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein.
  14. Population in Hamburg on December 31, 2018 by district, age and gender , Statistics North, Statistical Report AI / S 1 - j 18 HH, p. 8, accessed on May 12, 2019
  15. Wanted: The ideal Hamburg. District Office Manager Werner Weidemann has a lot to offer in his area , Abendblatt.de from June 19, 1977, accessed on May 12, 2019