The “New Hauner” is intended to replace the children’s hospital on Goetheplatz – the planning for this began a good twelve years ago, was changed, and the costs rose by millions. A lesson in slowness – and a prime minister who finally wants to dig up the spade in the election year.
Next Monday, Prime Minister Markus Söder will pick up a spade at the Großhadern Clinic and pretend that he is personally starting to excavate the excavation for the “New Hauner”. He will probably say that the new LMU children’s clinic will be as great as all of Bavaria already is. However, if you take a closer look at the never-ending story of building a hospital, you might come to a different conclusion.