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2021-10-15T16:10:31.587Z

Weichs - Due to its tight financial situation, the municipality of Weichs sold a building plot that was actually intended for social housing. That is probably off the table now



Weichs - Due to its tight financial situation, the municipality of Weichs sold a building plot that was actually intended for social housing.

That is probably off the table now

BY HEINZ NEFZGER

As part of the development of the new development area Aufhausener Feld, behind the industrial area I with around 75 building plots, Dachauer Grundverkehr has given the Sparkasse, as the organizer of the measures, a plot of land about 800 square meters in size.

It was used as compensation for subsequent burdens such as crèches, kindergartens and elementary schools.

The community had different plans for its use.

The main idea was to build an apartment building for socially disadvantaged people as part of social housing.

However, since the construction of the children's home is currently around one and a half million euros more expensive than planned, and the financial situation of the municipality in general is not exactly rosy due to Corona, the municipality has now sold the property to the highest bidder.

The new owner is Zepi GmbH from Pfaffenhofen, which as a developer wants to build an apartment building with eight residential units and an underground car park.

The building and environment committee now dealt with a preliminary inquiry from the developer.

Among other things, the construction space with the residential building was shifted somewhat against the specifications and the underground car park was expanded with four more parking spaces. At the beginning of the discussion, Mayor Harald Mundl stated: “It's all about an improved access situation for the underground car park users, and I don't see any problem with exceeding the installation space.” Almost all committee members agreed with Mundl's opinion and agreed to the preliminary inquiry.

Only Robert Neisser (CSU) rejected the plan, which the architect Georgio Achtelstetter briefly explained.

He pointed out that there is a valid development plan for the property, which should be null and void just to create more living space - “For me this is a salami tactic.

I am in favor of the construction, but I would like it to be built in a way that is permissible according to the development plan, which the developer was familiar with when the purchase was made. "

Source: merkur

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