Rathsmannsdorf industrial park

"Windfall for the region, black day for Vilshofen", was the headline in an article in the newspaper Passauer Neue Presse on 3 December 2011. But what does all this have to do with Rädlinger?

Vilshofen is where Josef Rädlinger Ingenieurbau GmbH is located. Due to the positive development of this subsidiary in recent years, the existing office building in Vilshofen has reached its capacity limit. This is why those in Vilshofen were on the search for a suitable property or a suitable plot of land, but this was not successful.

However, they had more luck in the neighbouring district of Windorf. In cooperation with the mayor and three other investors, they found suitable land for an industrial park in the district of Rathsmannsdorf, in the area of the Aicha vorm Wald junction. The project is to comprise an area of approximately 200,000 square meters.

To implement such a project, an extensive approval process is required, which includes the preparation of a land use plan, a development plan, and the involvement of all public agencies.

Under the control of Rädlinger, this should be completed by the end of 2012, according to the current approval process. Under this condition, the extensive development can start in early spring, so that the required land will be available for construction from autumn 2013.

We, therefore, consider the headline in the Passauer Neue Presse as justified: The region has gained, but Vilshofen has lost.


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