21) Does the city want to acquire the land or parts of it?

The rea­liz­a­ti­on of the deve­lo­p­ment con­cept is basi­cal­ly easier to accom­plish if the city is in pos­ses­si­on of a lar­ge part or all plots of land. The­re are various pos­si­bi­li­ties for finan­cing and rea­liz­a­ti­on of the site, which have to be agreed and nego­tia­ted with BImA as the lan­dow­ner. In view of the enor­mous volu­me of space avail­ab­le, it can be assu­med that dif­fe­rent finan­cing models will be used in the indi­vi­du­al sub-areas, depen­ding on the urban plan­ning objectives.

Accord­ing to the Federal Bud­get Code, BImA is only allo­wed to sell the plots of land at their full mar­ket value; a dis­coun­ted purcha­se is only pos­si­ble under spe­cial con­di­ti­ons and to a very limi­ted extent.

The city has pas­sed a char­ter of pre-emptive rights.