|Gross surface area||11,7 ha|
|Net surface area||10,6 ha|
|Available net building land||1,9 ha|
|Stage of development||complete|
|Development plan||legally binding|
|Degree of land use||FAR 0,5, FSI 3,0, construction height 9 m|
|Nature of land use||commercial|
|Proprietor||Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wirtschaft im Kreis Bernburg mbH and protestant church|
|Access to A 14 motorway||approx. 10 km|
|Access to federal highway B 6 N/B 185||approx. 8 km|
|Access to state highway L 146||direct|
|Access to rail network Bernburg||approx. 5 km|
|Access to Magdeburg waterway||55 km|
|Access to Leipzig commercial airport||approx. 75 km|
|Access to Cochstedt business airport||approx. 38 km|
|Distance from major cities|
|Berlin||approx. 165 km|
|Magdeburg||approx. 55 km|
|Halle||approx. 40 km|
|Dessau||approx. 38 km|
Fully developed with
|Waste water||Wasserzweckverband „Saale-Fuhne-Ziehte“|
|Electricity||Envia Netzservice GmbH|
|Gas (not available)||Mitteldeutsche Netzgesellschaft Gas mbH|
|Industries in this location||window constructions, car dealer, agriculture|
|Schools||1 primary school|
|Nurseries||1 day care centre|
|Medical practitioners||3 general practitioners, 2 dentists, 1 consultant internal medicine|
|Shops||1 supermarket, 1 bakery|
The industrial estate at the entrance to Baalberge is particularly attractive due to its close links to the B 6N and the B 185.
The village of Baalberge with approx. 1,252 residents lies around 6 km south-east of the district capital Bernburg, roughly at the centre of the district. It is a place of cultural and historical significance. This relates, among other things, to the burial mound, of which only the ‘Schneiderberg’ remains today as a cultural monument. This is where the most important findings of excavations were discovered, including plain pottery dated back to the Funnel Beaker Culture.
The Baalberge Industrial Estate is spread across an area of 11.4 ha and has become a popular place for car dealerships to set up business. There are now three car dealerships here.
A rubber technology company has also established itself.
Compared to all other WFG industrial estates, the ownership structures on this industrial estate set it apart. Sixty per cent of the fully developed Baalberge Industrial Estate lies on land belonging to the Protestant Church. Investors can lease the land for a long time under leasehold agreements. This has the advantage that land acquisition costs are incurred monthly as rent payments rather than immediately. Because this is a developed industrial estate, prospective land users must pay development costs.