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Space for 76 children: the city of Freising is planning a daycare center in a new construction area - the time for the start of operations is fixed


The city of Freising is planning a day-care center for 76 children in the new Seilerbrücklwiesen development area. The targeted time for the start of operations has already been set.

The city of Freising is planning a day-care center for 76 children in the new Seilerbrücklwiesen development area.

The targeted time for the start of operations has already been set.


– The starting signal for the Freisinger Seilerbrücklwiesen construction area was given in January.

Between Sebaldhaus, Isarauen, Westtangente and Staatsstraße 2035, not only more than 200 residential units are to be built, but also a day-care center.

The project was presented to the Education Committee on Tuesday.

“Two crèche and two kindergarten groups are to be accommodated in the new day-care center,” reported the head of the municipal building department, Robert Naujokat.

It is planned that there will be room for a total of 76 children – 26 in the crèche and 50 more in the kindergarten.

The day-care center, which will consist of a ground floor and an upper floor, will be built on an area of ​​around 2000 square meters that is still undeveloped on the northern edge of the future residential area.

The free play area is about 900 square meters, explained Naujokat.

"We want to realize high-quality architecture with a focus on function and sustainability." For example, the building shell - facade and roof - is structurally and technically designed in such a way that electricity-generating photovoltaics can be integrated.

City councilor sees a “ray of hope”, but also room for improvement

The plan is to start building the day care center in March 2025.

"Ideally, it can then be used from September 2026," said Naujokat.

He currently estimates the construction costs at 4.8 million euros - knowing full well that cost developments are currently difficult to assess.

"However, prices are expected to stabilize."

For Philomena Böhme, FSM city councilor and educator herself, the planning of the new day-care center represented a "ray of hope" in dreary times of a shortage of skilled workers and childcare bottlenecks.

However, she suggested planning a parents' consultation room in the new facility.

The concept provides for parent talks to take place in the staff room.

Böhme considers this to be a hindrance in everyday work - for example when employees want to take their break.

Planner must be selected using a special procedure

She received support from Eva Bönig.

The mayor spoke out in favor of making a parents' consultation room a requirement for future planners.

Naujokat took up the suggestion, but also emphasized: "If we plan an additional 15 square meter room, it will also cost 150,000 euros more.

With regard to the budgetary situation, we are trying to optimize space.” Bönig pointed out that such a consulting room does not have to be 15 square meters.

Böhme suggested putting in a partition so that a room with multiple uses could be subdivided if necessary.

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

But first the planner has to be found.

Due to the amount of the fee, a so-called VgV procedure must be carried out.

This requires a jury that awards the contract to an applicant based on strict criteria.

In addition to mayor Tobias Eschenbacher and city councilor Monika Riesch, four specialists from the city hall are represented.

The committee voted unanimously for the appointment proposed by the administration and gave the go-ahead for further planning steps.

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Source: merkur

All news articles on 2023-03-20

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