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From 30 to 22: In Landsham-Moos, eight refugees have to move out again


Eight refugees have had to move out of a house in Landsham-Moos because building law issues have not yet been clarified in relation to fire protection. Another house will be occupied in January.

Eight refugees have had to move out of a house in Landsham-Moos because building law issues have not yet been clarified in relation to fire protection.

Another house will be occupied in January.

Landsham – Of the 30 asylum seekers who were housed a week and a half ago in the two-family house at Speicherseestraße 79 in the Plieninger district of Landsham-Moos, eight have been brought back to the district’s arrival center in the former savings bank building in Ebersberg.

"The excerpts were necessary because there is still a need for clarification in terms of building law with regard to the living quarters on the top floor," the district office informed on request.

The affected rooms in the attic are about fire protection.

Excerpt due to fire protection issues

Pliening's Mayor Roland Frick (CSU) addressed this two weeks ago at an information event for residents from Landsham-Moos that was scheduled at short notice.

He expressed doubts as to whether fire protection is guaranteed.

The building, which is designed as a two-family house, is too small for 30 people, said Frick.

As reported, the private owners have rented the property to the district of Ebersberg to accommodate refugees.

The district office announced at relatively short notice that the house would be occupied by 30 men from Syria and Yemen.

This short-term announcement and only sparse information from the district office led to resentment among residents and the municipal administration.

This became clear at an information event two weeks ago in the Plieninger town hall.

"30 people in a two-family house are not responsible," said Mayor Roland Frick at the short-term community event (without representatives of the district office).

He announced that he would explore all legal options to reduce the number.

District of Ebersberg "with your back to the wall"

At the information event, some residents also discussed the security aspect and the question of who would support the asylum seekers in the small, remote district of Landsham-Moos (302 inhabitants) with their integration.

Two weeks ago, the district office informed our newspaper in writing that no security service was necessary for accommodation of this size.

And: "Employees in the responsible department provide support with orientation, etc., as far as this is possible in this crisis situation."


Asylum seekers are to move into this house, also on Speicherseestrasse, in January.

© Johannes Dziemballa

In general, the district, like many others, is “with its back to the wall”, as district administrator Robert Niedergesäß (CSU) is currently putting it.

Every two weeks, the district would be assigned 50 asylum seekers who would have to be accommodated.

Therefore, the former savings bank building in Ebersberg was converted into an anchor center;

According to Niedergesäß, school gymnasiums do not want to be used.

Among other things, attempts are being made to accommodate refugees in private or commercial buildings rented to the district.

(By the way: Everything from the region is now also available in our regular Ebersberg newsletter.)

The house at Speicherseestraße 79 is privately rented and, according to the district office, with three bathrooms (one per floor) corresponds to "the guideline number of ten people per bathroom".

Say: 30 people would be possible.

A few houses to the south, at Speicherseestraße 61, a house that is currently still vacant has also been rented out to the district by the private owners.

According to information from the press office in the district office, asylum seekers will move in there "probably at the beginning of January".

"The number is still open."

Another house on Speicherseestraße will be occupied in January

Pliening's Mayor Roland Frick reports that the new arrivals from Landsham-Moos would successively register with the municipality.

A private group of helpers, like the one that existed with many volunteers in the municipality of Pliening in the years 2016 to 2018, has not yet existed.

According to Frick, in addition to the 22 refugees in Landsham-Moos, twelve other asylum seekers have been accommodated in the municipality of Pliening for some time.

However, not in the municipal shelter for the homeless – the containers set up temporarily for this purpose in the Landsham business park are currently empty.

As soon as the renovation of the old school in Gelting is completed, there will be rooms for the homeless in this building (like before), Frick announced.

You can find more current news from the district of Ebersberg at

Source: merkur

All news articles on 2022-12-22

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