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04 May 2018

Steiner AG receives planning permission for the “Gloggeguet” residential development in Schaffhausen

 
With the legal enactment of planning permission, Steiner AG has got the green light to proceed with the Gloggeguet project in Schaffhausen. An extraordinarily charming residential development will be created in a park-like setting in the attractive neighbourhood of Herblingen. Developed by Steiner AG, this project comprises five new-build apartment blocks with a total of 98 rental and owner-occupied units plus the sustainable renovation of a historic 16th century farmhouse. Building work is scheduled to start in 2019. 
 
Planning permission for the Gloggeguet project, which has been granted by Schaffhausen City Council, took legal effect at the end of April 2018. Peter Herzog, Team Leader of Real Estate Development at Steiner AG, is delighted: “This means we can start construction work on this attractive residential project very soon.” The Gloggeguet project, which takes the form of an open ensemble surrounding the existing historic farmhouse, has been developed by Steiner AG. By the end of 2020, five apartment blocks containing a total of 49 rental and 49 owner-occupied apartments will be built on the 24,223m2 plot. The apartments, which will comprise between 2.5 and 5.5 rooms and range in size from 65m2 to 131m2, are geared to the mid-price demand segment – including both families and single-person households. The buildings will be heated by climate-friendly borehole heat pumps. Planning permission for this project was granted on 27 March 2018. The client for the overall Gloggeguet project is the Steiner Investment Foundation.
 
High quality of life thanks to spacious surroundings
The new-build rental and owner-occupied apartments are clustered around the original farmhouse, enabling the surrounding parkland to become an attractive recreational area. As part of the project, Steiner AG will be converting the existing farmhouse into a daycare centre, underscoring the family-friendly nature of the development. The shed currently located next to the main building will be demolished and a new multi-purpose building with community room will then be built. The north-western part of the plot is steeply sloping and will not be built on. The intention is for this area to be left in a near-natural state or used for farming purposes.
 
Ideal access to the transport Network
All the new apartments will be directly connected to an underground garage containing 136 parking spaces. A bus stop is also located directly in front of the development. In this family-friendly neighbourhood, you can walk to kindergartens, a primary school and various shopping facilities in a few minutes. Schaffhausen railway station is located around three kilometres away from the residential development. Motorway access and the Herblingen S-Bahn station are just one kilometre away, giving easy access to Winterthur and Zurich as well.  
 
You can find more information on the Gloggeguet project and its extensive range of rental and owner-occupied apartments at www.gloggeguet.ch 
 
Steiner AG
Steiner AG, one of the leading project developers and general/total contractors (GC/TC) in Switzerland, offers comprehensive services in the fields of new construction, refurbishment and real estate development. The company, which was established in 1915, has constructed more than 1,500 residential projects, 540 commercial properties, 45 hotels and 200 infrastructure facilities such as universities, schools, hospitals, retirement homes and prisons. Steiner AG has its headquarters in Zurich and is represented by branches in Basel, Berne, Geneva, Tolochenaz and Lucerne. 
 
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The Gloggeguet project, developed by Steiner AG, comprises five new-build apartment blocks with a total of 98 rental and owner-occupied units plus the sustainable renovation of a historic 16th century farmhouse.

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