Funding for the westerstrasse neighborhood association

Funding for the westerstrasse neighborhood association

Otto Saucke is delighted: the Fallersleben, which is also chairman of the association View has successfully applied to the state Lower Saxony for a Promotion Advertised. 40.000 euros are available to create a so-called Neighborhood community to form the site, the Westerstrasse in Fallersleben, is to strengthen.

The country supports with the Funding program "Pilot neighborhood communities in Lower Saxony" the creation of neighborhood communities to be upgraded under private responsibility. Through the Start-up funding amounting to 40.000 euros are to be provided to private Initiatives and location communities in the preparation of a neighborhood community are supported, it is said in the communication of the Economy and marketing Gmbh (WMG), which supported Saucke with the application.

Saucke hopes for local supporters

The Blickpunkt chairman has a lot planned with the money. "I am very happy about the Funding pledge", says Saucke. "I hope for the openness and active participation of the local residents Tradespeople and Landowner and hope to attract many stakeholders to the program in the coming weeks and months."

Also Andre-Georg Schlichting, the new Local mayor Fallersleben, is delighted with the funding commitment. "The formation of a neighborhood community is an effective Instrument, strengthen the site, but also at the same time promote community and private cooperation locally. This Commitment must continue to be supported," explains the CDU politician.

WMG plans to continue supporting Saucke

Saucke continues to receive support for his project from WMG. Its managing director Jens Hofschroer says: "The pledged start-up funding is an important first step toward creating additional effective measures in the future for the Upgrading of the site with private funds in Fallersleben, Germany." He promises Initiative locally further on this way accompany and within the procedure in the best possible way support."