The cabin wing at the Ammersee Stadium in Herrsching is to be increased
Created: 11/29/2022 13:41
By: Petra Straub
TSV Herrsching needs more space for changing rooms for the athletes.
Therefore, the cabin wing should be increased.
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Herrsching – There is not enough space for the athletes of TSV Herrsching to change clothes and meet at the Ammersee Stadium.
Therefore, the increase in the cabin wing is planned.
The municipal council sees the need and has decided to create the legal building planning requirements for the building.
However, it is still completely unclear when the project, which plan x architects estimate will cost 944,315 euros, can be realised.
A representative of the company showed what is planned at the municipal council meeting on Monday.
The company had previously been commissioned to carry out a feasibility study.
Five changing rooms, laundry room and club room planned
In addition to five changing rooms, a laundry room and a separable club room as well as a large terrace overlooking the playing field could be built on the ground floor building.
According to the decision of the municipal council, the municipality will change the development plan for this construction measure.
Is there money available for the realization of the construction after the planning?
Mayor Christian Schiller suspects that the construction will take one to three years to complete.
However, he doubts having one million euros left over "for a non-mandatory task of the municipality".
According to Schiller, the costs of changing the development plan would be included in the municipality's 2023 budget.
This has priority at the moment.
Local councilor Gerd Mulert from Bündnis 90/Die Grünen likes the idea of using an existing area for the possible construction in order to avoid further sealing and to use wood to save CO2.
Claudia von Hirschfeld (citizens' association) moaned about the high costs and describes them as a possible "off criterion".
Nevertheless, Wolfgang Darchinger (Greens) considers it sensible to take the first step in the direction of increasing the building with the change in the development plan.
Architect Christoph Welsch from the Greens asked about a cheaper construction option.
Due to the increased space requirements, including for girls' teams and for referees,
pointed out Hannelore Doch from the CSU.
A meeting room is also important (“They have nothing!”).
At the same time as the planning stage, Dr.
Rainer Guggenberger from the community of citizens.