And here is the next construction site from Berlin-Spandau: Something is happening at the old Gutstor on Lake Glienicke. This is a run-down landmark on the Ritterfelddamm in Kladow, where 10,000 cars roll past every day. But the archway has been scaffolded and covered for a week. The DIN A4 construction sign on Ritterfelddamm only says cryptically “monument protection”. Is the “Spandau Gate” being renovated? That was now the topic of the Spandau newsletter from the Tagesspiegel, which reported on it. The newsletter is available in its entirety at people.tagesspiegel.de.
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On the other side there is a beautiful counterpart: the “Potsdamer Tor”, which was renovated in 2006: here a photo.
So I radioed City Councilor Thorsten Schatz, CDU, in the town hall – and suddenly the story in the Tagesspiegel newsletter for Spandau got an unexpected twist: It’s about improving the footpath and cycle path, which was a topic here two weeks ago. The street has really nasty cobblestones. Improvements for pedestrians and cyclists have been discussed for years: here the whole story in the daily mirror. The car traffic itself rolls between Kladow and Potsdam over another, slippery road.
“In view of a possible improvement the navigability of the road a monument preservation report was also commissioned for the registered Gutsstraße garden monument,” Schatz explained to me. The listed “Berliner Tor” is also part of the investigation. “Therefore it was scaffolded so that the monument conservators can examine the gate system for a good week – after that the scaffolding is gone again.”
The Glienicker See is also a topic in the Tagesspiegel, after all the traffic chaos at the problem bathing area Moorloch is enormous. Traffic signs and roadblocks are also ignored by drivers – here photos, plans, protests. A BVG bus does not run along the shore to the two bathing areas (although one is easy to reach on Ritterfelddamm). The two ideas for the BVG line and what City Councilor Schatz said about it, read here in the daily mirror.
[Hier noch mehr Themen, die Sie im aktuellen Spandau-Newsletter vom Tagesspiegel lesen können]
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- Wasteland, bare squares, no trees: Berlin’s building senator visits the water town of Spandau. The newsletter contains the on-site check before the big political visit from downtown Berlin
- Everyone knows “Little Venice”, but who lives in the excursion idyll? The head of the “Freunde Klein-Venedigs” (Friends of Little Venice) speaks in the newsletter about the heat, mosquitoes, vegans, tourist trouble – and wishes for the Spandau town hall
- “I met Bela B. from the doctors”: The exclusive photo of two Spandau music legends is in the newsletter
- BVG bus to the bathing lake? City Councilor for Transport talks about barriers and bus ideas in the newsletter
- Will the “Berliner Tor” at Gutspark Kladow be demolished? Baustadtrat solves the riddle of the scaffolding in the newsletter
- Happy birthday, dear BVG ferry F10!
- Radschnellweg to Falkensee – and what about the “Radweg der Sympathie” in Spandau?
- First the Techno service, now the Schlager service in Staaken – the village priest tries out a lot
- Choirs, cinema and culture: Lots of tips for Spandau
- Spandau’s most famous restaurant is for sale
- Three tips for the Fete de la Musique
- Newsletter visits the DLRG tower on the Scharfen Lanke – and is allowed to go upstairs for you with the photo camera
- SC Siemensstadt: sports fields are renovated, youth coaches are honored
- Cheerleaders from Staaken (“United Cheers Berlin”) are among the top dancers in the city
- Young professional from Hertha BSC: Kladower Anton Kade is moving to FC Basel
- Hitler’s bronze horses are coming to Spandau: now it’s clear where they can be seen
- Havelradweg in Gatow: An 800-meter section has been missing for years – the newsletter mentions the new idea for the village center
By the way, in our newsletters from Marzahn-Hellersdorf, Spandau, Tempelhof-Schöneberg and of course in all other district people newsletters from the Tagesspiegel, you can find out about the birthdays of friends, life partners, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, business partners etc. or congratulate yourself with a few nice words. Write to our authors, whose e-mail addresses you will find in the newsletters.