There are building requests in the alley - again and again.
In order to secure and preserve the area and its particularly valuable character, the municipality of Gmund has chosen a special route for a current case: it issues a so-called outdoor area statute.
Gmund - The building and environment committee already initiated such outdoor regulations in autumn.
Now he dealt with the comments.
Building authority manager Christine Wild reminded of what it was about: House number 36 is to be demolished and replaced by a new building.
It is planned to change the previous direction of the gable of the house.
That is why the statutes were drawn up, with narrow limits.
All buildings within this specified area are thus internal and are subject to the building regulations.
As part of the public display, the land-use planning department of the district office has now spoken out.
The authority believes that the house in question is formative and should be retained in its orientation.
“You can see it differently,” said Mayor Alfons Besel (FWG).
The demolition would bring the neighboring house to the fore; a new building with a different gable direction would do the situation good.
He would therefore not comply with the objection of the district office and stick to the municipal planning.
Georg Rabl (FWG) described it as "sporty" if the district office intervened in the municipal planning in this way.
He thought the new location of the building was ideal, also because of the "relief" of the situation in the curve area.
That said everything.
The members of the building committee decided unanimously not to change the planned arrangement of the building window.
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