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What will become of the Josefistift in Bad Tölz?


Highlights: The new building is to be built on the site of a former school. It is expected to be completed by the end of the year. The new building will be used as a day care centre for the elderly. It will be located on the same site as the old school, which was demolished in the 1990s. The school was built in the 1950s and 1960s. It was the first of its kind in Germany and was built on a site that is now in the middle of a riverbed.

The Josefistift nursing home in Tölz is to become a senior citizens' centre after the new building and relocation on Flinthöhe. © Karl Bock

Bad Tölz - What will become of the Josefistift retirement and nursing home in Tölz on Bahnhofstraße when the new nursing home is built on Flinthöhe? The working group "Senior Center" collects ideas.

What is to be built on the grounds of the Josefistift has so far been little referred to "specifically as a senior citizens' centre". The task of the working group will be to develop a concept.

Possible ideas for the Tölzer Josefistift: day care, neighborhood meeting, café, daycare center or apartments

There are already a few ideas: a day care center, a neighborhood with a meeting place, lunch and a café, a daycare center as a multi-generational offer, various housing concepts, including for caregivers or the integration of the Caritas contact point "Old & Self-Employed", which has so far been located in the Franziskuszentrum.

Treasurer Silke Furmanek listed all this at the meeting, "completely without judgement", as she emphasized. It is clear to her, who will also lead the working group, that the current building of the Josefistift will have to be converted for this purpose. "To what extent, we don't know yet," she said.

The working group consists of members of the city council and the city administration

The working group consists of the city councillors who are already representatives on the Josefistift advisory board: Mayor Ingo Mehner, Anton Mayer, René Mühlberger (all CSU), Toni Kollmeier, Johanna Pfund (both Greens), Ulrike Bomhard, Michael Lindmair (both FWG) and Michael Ernst (SPD). From the city administration, the municipal social planner Franz Späth, an employee of the city building office and treasurer Silke Furmanek are present.

Building application for the new nursing home on Flitnhöhe should be submitted by the end of the year

The investor in the new nursing home building, which was approved by the city council in autumn 2019, is Schleich & Haberl GmbH from Pfarrkirchen. According to Furmanek, the real estate service provider is expected to submit a building application by the end of the year. The home, which is expected to be ready for occupancy about four years later, is operated by Paritätische Altenhilfe gGmbH, a foundation of the Paritätischer Wohlfahrtsverband Bayern.

For the land on which the new nursing home will be built, the city, as the previous owner, will raise two million euros. She wants to put the money into the conversion of the senior citizens' center on Bahnhofstraße, as a loan to the Josefispitalstiftung, under whose umbrella the senior center is operated.


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All this was decided unanimously without much discussion in the city council. The new working group is scheduled to meet for the first time this autumn. Karl Bock

Source: merkur

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