Construction is underway in niederfullbach’s town center – and 230000 euros are being provided for this purpose

Niederfullbach receives over 230,000 euros for redevelopment of the town center. This was announced yesterday by coburg CSU member of the state parliament martin mittag, who in turn had been informed by the bavarian state ministry of housing, construction and transport about the bavarian urban development program 2020. Mittag commented: "these funds benefit smaller towns and communities in rural areas in particular. For example, municipalities are being helped to focus on internal development and to use vacant properties to keep their town centers attractive and livable. The goal is to secure and develop vital communities as anchor points for public services. I am sure that niederfullbach can and will also use these means profitably for itself and, above all, its population."

"This year, we are supporting more than 400 cities and communities with around 191 million euros from the bavarian urban development program", announced bavaria’s construction minister kerstin schreyer on the occasion of the allocation of the claim funds. "The funds will particularly benefit smaller towns and communities in rural areas. We help them to maintain and strengthen the town centers, to eliminate vacant buildings and to fill them with life", explains schreyer