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There is a new perspective for Rösrather companies that are urgently looking for additional commercial space to develop in the village. A new industrial area is being built in Rambrücken, around the city for years with a total of six owners or owner communities.

Zwischen Rambrücken und den Gewerbegebiet Sülzer Burg soll ein neues Gewerbegebiet entstehen. © Guido Wagner between Rambrücken and the Sülzer Burg industrial estate is to be built. whose prices were still significantly higher than that of the city in 2020. But now there is a solution: Go-Green Real-Estate GmbH from Erftstadt has taken the project in hand, a subsidiary has acquired an area of ​​67,000 square meters in Rambrücken. .

is planned for a one- to two-storey craftsman courtyard, primarily for companies from Rösrath and "the nearby area" that urgently want to expand. In addition, the office building and on the edge of the site are also planned - adjacent to the existing residential development in the Rambrücken district.

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When setting with GO-Green, a property owner did not participate in the area, so a larger sub-area is not used for the "Öko-Tec campus Rösrath". The site is limited in the north by the district of Rambrücken, in the west through Sülztalstraße, in the south and east through the Gammersbach, which forms the city limits to Lohmar. On the other side of the stream is the Lohmar industrial estate Burg Sülz.

Approval in the City Council Rösrath only forms

GO-GREEN relies on holistic planning, the company wants to make its projects sustainably, climate-neutral, ecologically and at the same time economically. According to the concept, all buildings on the site with recyclable raw materials are to be built in wood construction. A rainwater retention basin should supply the area with domestic water, photovoltaics and a combined heat and power plant should provide electricity and heat, but also offer supply and cost safety.

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Department Christoph Herrmann said in the planning committee that GO-Green's plans were a "model project" that wanted to build "future-oriented". He expects an ecological and "visually appealing industrial area". The committee unanimously decided to change the land use plan and to draw up a development plan. The outstanding yes in the city council on December 12th is a matter of form.

for companies in search of commercial space in Rösrath is now a significantly improved perspective after the city has so far been unable to offer any areas to expand local companies. In the planned craftsman courtyard, indoor areas between 120 and 600 square meters should be available, the units should be flexibly divisible as required. According to the city, more than 30 craft businesses could be accommodated on the site.

"I don't want to pretend that all problems have already been solved," said Herrmann about the further consultations about the future commercial area. Committee Chairman Jürgen Bachmann (SPD) said that ideas about the design of the "Öko-Tec campus Rösrath" could be introduced in the course of the planning law procedures.

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