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.