Status: 03.10.2023, 09:05 a.m.
A refugee shelter is to be built in front of this already fully occupied apartment building on Isarleitenweg. The city wants to put a stop to this and issued a change ban and a new development plan. © Karl Bock
Bad Tölz – In its most recent meeting, the Tölz city council confirmed the clear vote of the building committee against an asylum seeker accommodation with 96 beds on Isarleitenweg.
Unanimously without discussion, it was decided to draw up an amended development plan for the area west of Bockschützstraße and to impose a ban on changes.
With this, the city stipulates that in the residential area, in which there are mainly one- and two-family houses and otherwise a loose development prevails, mainly housing is still possible, but facilities for "social purposes", which include communal accommodation, are not. A corresponding recommendation had been passed by the building committee of the city council in its previous meeting.
The reason for the city's action is the building application of a Tölzer and Starnberg investor, who want to build a building on their property with a length of around 50 meters, in which 96 people could be accommodated. The city wants to prevent this because it sees its quota for taking in refugees already exceeded and the facility would be too massive from the point of view of the city councilors.
The building committee had therefore unanimously rejected the application, citing building law reasons, such as the lack of sufficient vehicle parking spaces. To be on the safe side, the city council has approved a new development plan. So far, the Isarleite has been designated as a general residential area.
"Development plan more precisely defined"
From the city's point of view, this should essentially remain the case, but the development plan has now been defined more precisely, said Christian Fürstberger, head of the building authority.
In particular, noisy uses are to be excluded. Facilities for social purposes - such as refugee accommodation - are also not possible. On the other hand, "non-disturbing" small craft businesses and facilities for health services are to be permitted, which could settle "should the hotel be built on Bockschützstraße".
As is well known, there is an investor who wants to build two hotels on the site of the former Hirsch sports studio below. Although the corresponding development plan procedure is well advanced, it is currently unclear whether the project will be implemented in the near future.
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Also interesting is Fürstberger's statement that, for example, a law firm, a sewing parlor or a massage practice on Isarleitenweg would be possible, and Amazon shipping would also be approved, provided that the packaging of the packages would take place in the basement of the house.
In order to secure the current state of affairs in the area in question, a change ban was issued - also unanimously.
However, the higher-level district office could grant an exemption from the requirements of the new development plan and still issue the building permit for the accommodation. Presumably, the city would then take legal action against the decision after it has already taken in more refugees than it needs to. Karl Bock