Social housing contract signed
Created: 01/27/2022, 11:07 am
By: Ingrid Zeilinger
This is where the social housing will be built.
The old buildings on the Sulzbogen were demolished a few years ago.
For a long time it was quiet around the residential building project at Sulzbogen.
But now something is happening: the contract with Oberbayernische Heimstätte has been signed.
The building permit is now to be granted quickly.
Fürstenfeldbruck – What takes a long time will finally be good.
This statement applies to the residential building project Am Sulzbogen.
There should actually have been subsidized municipal housing there for a long time.
But due to several changes in plans, not even the groundbreaking has taken place.
Originally, the city itself wanted to build the apartments and a crèche.
The old buildings were demolished.
But then the prices in the construction sector rose - and in view of the tight coffers, the city council first decided to build the after-school care center on Cerveteristraße and then in summer 2020 to outsource the project.
The Oberbayerische Heimstätte was awarded the contract.
But the signing of the contract was postponed again and again.
On Tuesday, Mayor Erich Raff was finally able to report completion when asked by Deputy Mayor Christian Stangl: The contract was signed last week.
There are several reasons why it took almost a year and a quarter to sign, Raff explained when asked.
"Drafting contracts is not that easy." There were several requests for changes and rescheduling that kept delaying the project.
It should now go all the faster for that.
Since the building application was part of the contract, it has already been drawn up and should reach the building authority shortly.
"We're doing everything we can to get it approved as soon as possible," emphasized Raff. He expects a positive decision in the first half of the year.
The planning and building committee does not have to agree.
However, they are checking whether the application is submitted for information, Raff said.
18 apartments with social ties
18 subsidized apartments are to be built on the Sulzbogen - also wheelchair accessible. It will be built in an environmentally friendly way, Raff told the Tagblatt. The city receives occupancy rights. The Oberbayerische Heimstätte receives the property for a 70-year leasehold. The social bond is fixed for 40 years. Christian Götz (BBV) asked that the city councilors be given access to the contract. After all, parameters were worked out for the construction. He would be interested to know if they can be found there. Raff wants to have this clarified.
It is still unclear when the excavators will start rolling.
The Oberbayerische Heimstätte was not yet able to answer the question about the start of construction.
Raff is expecting autumn or next spring.
It's still unclear when the first tenants will be able to move in, says Raff. "Our wish is for the apartments to be ready by the end of 2024."