Gilching braces itself. Within the next few years, more children's homes are to go into operation to meet the increasing demand. Among other things, a new facility is being built to replace the youth center on Weßlinger Strasse, and a children's home is planned on Frühlingsstrasse opposite the climbing hall. As a replacement for the existing BRK day-care center on Starnberger Weg, however, a new domicile is planned on the corner of Herbststrasse and Nikolaus-Otto-Strasse.
Gilching - In this week's meeting, architect Jan Spreen from the office of the same name presented the planning for the project. The municipal council's requirement was to transfer the Schatzkiste day-care center one-to-one to the new location. Four groups for crèche children and two groups for boys and girls of kindergarten age are planned. A total of 50 kindergarten and 36 crèche places are to be created. Spreen explained that the building will be built using a simple ecological wood construction method. He put the cost at 7.2 million euros.
Martin Pilgram (Greens) wanted to know to what extent the architect had taken into account the rising costs of the currently rare material. Spreen was calm about the situation. “The first trend, in which the prices for wood rose enormously, will not continue like this. It will soon normalize so that we can get by with the costs. ”Building authority manager Max Huber reassured insofar that around 50 percent of the eligible costs of day-care centers would be subsidized by the Free State. Thus, according to Huber, around 3.5 million euros will likely remain with the community. If everything goes according to plan, he expects the new facility to be completed by the start of school in September 2023.
As reported, the five-group Schatzkiste kindergarten has been temporarily housed in containers on Starnberger Weg for years.
Despite a lengthy search, no replacement property was found - and kindergartens are not approved in a commercial area.
That is why the municipal council has initiated the partial amendment of a development plan in an accelerated process.
As part of this, an area within the new “BAB 96 Nord” industrial park in the Argelsried district has now been converted into a “special area for day care centers”.
The building committee had already weighed objections and suggestions in the context of the design.
The changed development plan will be redesigned.