Schmidt started with what already exists, namely the playground: it is according to the slightly reduced plan, if necessary, of the game equipment to renew or complete. The planning of the Hhensprung is essential: the area of the village is 1.20 meters below that of Don Bosco Street, which must be designed with a wall, for example granite or limestone. The well should also find its place on this wall, whose design has been discussed for a very long time, according to Schmidt. The result is now a source stone, from which water flows into a basin, right next to it, loads wooden benches to sit down.
Opposite, on the other side of the village square, is the bread baking place, next to a "multifunctional room", which is covered and can therefore serve as a point of contact. waiting. Schmidt also offers a "box" in this room, that is to say a closed room with a sliding window. The interior design of this box – for example a kitchen – should be done independently, as needed. That this also applies to the Brotbackhusl, for which there are very specific ideas in the village, remains to be clarified. According to the architect, about fifty people can sit under the rain in the hall covered.
Other elements in the middle of the village square: a May mast with tilting foot and an "apparent tree" with a wooden deck to sit on. From one side, access to the village square is barrier-free. From Don Bosco Street above, the plan includes a small staircase.
As a gross cost named Uwe Schmidt, the sum of 936 000 euros (manufacturing and construction costs). As the measure is being renewed in the village and funded by the Rural Development Office (FTA), the municipality will assume 50% of the costs. With the equivalent of 380 euros per square meter, you are at a normal level for a project of this size, said Schmidt the Rten. The question of Josef Schch (GfW), if more profitable variants were discussed, said the architect. We had already reduced in the designs, the current plan was "partly thought already very economically", so Schmidt. Everything else goes at the expense of the concept.
"It's a" reasonable framework ", which is also accepted in the version presented at Eschelbach, said Mayor Jens Machold (CSU) at .In his eyes, it's important to create something that benefits one's life. the village of Eschelbach, and it should be remembered that the Office for Rural Development is promoting further measures to come in Eschelbach: thus, in the years 2020 and 2021, besides the construction of the village square with the ALE and the construction of the Don Bosco Street canal and the old Monastic Lands as well as the construction of the Don Bosco road and the planned parking near the village house. The corresponding agreements are currently prepared by the FTA and are then forwarded to the local council.
The question of a project controller was asked by Max Wallner jun. (BGW) with reference to the basic decision that a project of more than 500 000 euros is to be used. "This is a project of the Rural Development Bureau," explained Machold, explaining why this basic decision does not apply here. Specifically, this is what the community is talking about planning for the future village square and how to proceed with the tree names planned in the context of village renewal. Result: the board said it was clear – with a vote against Max Wallner Junior (BGW).