Here we go: In Miesbach, the former convent school is being converted into a children's house.
As the first containers show, the construction site is currently being set up.
In addition, preliminary work is being carried out, as Sebastian Forkl, responsible for building construction at the city, tells our newspaper when asked.
"The old stairs and other things that should be kept in the house are currently being secured for the construction work," he explains.
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In addition, the building was cleared and cleared out in advance: stored items were picked up by the museum association, the community foundation and the Hohenwaldeckers - items that were no longer needed were disposed of.
A few phone calls were necessary to clarify the ownership situation for some things - so that in the end something historical does not accidentally end up in the garbage.
Financially, too, things are looking good with the conversion of the listed monastery into a children's home.
The government of Upper Bavaria has given the go-ahead for the start.
The total costs are currently calculated at 5.2 million euros.
The funding quota of the 3.4 million euros provisionally recognized as eligible is 90 percent.