Hundred randomly selected residents of Munich decide on redevelopment of the food market Viktualienmarkt
Viktualienmarkt, one of the most popular permanent food markets in Munich’s Old Town, is to be redeveloped. According to the daily Die Zeit, 100 randomly selected citizens of Munich will have a say in the new planning.
In mid-October, 100 randomly selected Munich residents aged 14 years and over will spend four days discussing what could be improved in the market situation, according to the article in Die Zeit. According to Die Zeit, the citizens’ discussion is organised by the so-called gfb, the Gesellschaft für Bürgergutachten, with its project leader Professor Hilmar Sturm.
At present, the gfb is inviting citizens. After the workshop, the outcome of the four-day brainstorming session will be incorporated into the redevelopment concept as “one of many”, says Anne Rauschenbach in an interview with Die Zeit. Rauschenbach is responsible for managing the Viktualienmarkt future concepts project for the municipal department.
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