Creating NEBourhoods Together


City walk: Developments around the center of Neuperlach

Wednesday, February 7, 2024, 4:30–7:00 p.m.
Neuperlach (further information upon registration)

Neuperlach Zentrum

The large Neuperlach housing estate in the southeast of Munich has been undergoing change for several years; concepts for the action area and the urban development funding redevelopment areas have been developed with the participation of the public.

Since autumn 2022, #CreatingNEBourhoodsTogether – selected as one of the six lighthouse projects with exemplary function as part of the New European Bauhaus (NEB) – has been innovatively supplementing the measures previously planned by the state capital of Munich for the district. European funding allows initial prototypes to be deepened and implemented.

But individual initiatives and interim uses, such as the “Community Kitchen” in “Shaere” or the “Neuperland” on Hanns-Seidl-Platz, also contribute to better coexistence among the residents of Neuperlach.

The city walk presents these activities - from Quidde35, the space for urban renewal, to the new "NEBourhoods Pavilion" in the residential ring to the "Community Kitchen" in "Shaere" and "Neuperland".

• Susanne Grillmeier and Dr. Martin Klamt (Department for Urban Planning and Building Regulations)
• Charlotte Poppa (Department of Urban Planning and Building Regulations)
• Günez Seyfarth (Community Kitchen, Shaere)

• Johanna Stich (PlanTreff)
• Claudia Neeser (guiding architects Munich)

With sign language interpretation.
The number of participants is limited, registration [here]
Information about the meeting point upon successful registration.

Further information about the PlanTreff employees can be found by email at or by telephone at 089 233-22942.

The event takes place as part of the exhibition “Sustainable Neighborhoods: Next door, right in the middle, at home” by the Department of Urban Planning and Building Regulations.

Further information about the exhibition and the accompanying program: exhibition-zukunftsfaehige-quartiere.html

Picture Credit: Gustav Götze