22) Can the city cope with this financially?

An acqui­si­ti­on can only be made in sec­tions of the pro­ject that makes sen­se from a plan­ning point of view (jus­ti­fia­ble incre­a­se in popu­la­ti­on) and can be mana­ged finan­cial­ly for the city. Urban deve­lo­p­ment con­cept, acqui­si­ti­on, and resa­le must be opti­mal­ly coordinated.

In con­trast to other parts of Bava­ria, the pri­ces for buil­ding land in the Munich regi­on are enor­mous­ly high. The city can thus char­ge the sel­ler for con­se­quen­ti­al cos­ts such as road and canal, schools and kin­der­gar­tens as well as con­ta­mi­na­ted sites and explo­si­ve ord­nan­ce. In the sen­se of a social­ly respon­si­ble land use, the city pur­su­es the aim that sub­se­quent cos­ts do not have to be finan­ced by the gene­ral public via tax­payers’ money or fees. In addi­ti­on, it is important to the city that the new buil­ding law also links socio-political goals. This means that many citi­zens should be able to find afford­a­ble housing or purcha­se property.