Joint municipality of Hanstedt
|coat of arms||Germany map|
|State :||Lower Saxony|
|Area :||198.17 km 2|
|Residents:||14,811 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||75 inhabitants per km 2|
|License plate :||WL|
|Association key :||03 3 53 5402|
|Association structure:||6 municipalities|
|Association administration address
21271 Hanstedt, Germany
|Mayor of the municipality :||Olaf Muus ( non-party )|
|Location of the joint municipality of Hanstedt in the Harburg district|
The joint municipality of Hanstedt is located in the northwest of the Lüneburg Heath Nature Park and in the southern part of the Harburg district. The joint municipality is located in the south of the Hamburg metropolitan region . In terms of nature, most of the municipality belongs to the Hochheide. The highest points include the "Hanstedter Berge" (126 m), the "Rothberg" (113 m, Brackel) and the Krähenberg (123 m, Asendorf). In the north and northeast, the Hochheide merges into the Luheheide, which slopes down to the Elbe Valley with a clearly pronounced step edge.
Joint community structure
- Asendorf with the districts Asendorf and Dierkshausen.
- Brackel with the districts Brackel and Thieshope.
- Egestorf with the districts Döhle, Egestorf, Evendorf, Sahrendorf and Schätzendorf.
- Hanstedt with the districts of Hanstedt, Nindorf, Ollsen, Quarrendorf and Schierhorn.
- Marxen with the districts Marxen and Schmalenfelde.
- Undeloh with the districts Undeloh, Wehlen and Wesel.
On July 1, 1972, the law on the reorganization of the municipalities in the Harburg district merged the 15 following formerly independent municipalities into the Hanstedt joint municipality with its 6 member municipalities: Asendorf with Dierkshausen, Brackel, Thieshope, Egestorf, Sahrendorf with Schätzendorf, Döhle, Evendorf, Hanstedt , Nindorf, Ollsen, Quarrendorf, Schierhorn with consecration, Marxen with Schmalenfelde, Undeloh and Wehlen with Wesel.
The Samtgemeinde Hanstedt is a regional body that carries out the administrative business for its member communities. A Lower Saxony municipal constitution law regulates the tasks of the integrated municipality. These include a. the preparation of zoning plans, fire protection according to the Lower Saxony Fire Protection Act, sponsorship of general public schools, cemetery matters, construction and maintenance of communal roads, drinking water supply and sewage disposal. In addition, the joint community of Hanstedt supports the member communities in fulfilling their tasks and manages their cash operations.
The main source of income for the joint community is the joint community levy in accordance with Section 111 (3) of the Lower Saxony Municipal Constitutional Act . This contribution is made by the member communities according to their financial strength. The rate of assessment of the total community levy on the tax figures was set at 43.5 percent in the 2009 budget year.
The council of the joint congregation consists of 30 members. After the municipal elections in 2011 and 2016, the following allocation of seats resulted:
|Party / List:||CDU||SPD||FDP||Green||US *||EB **||total|
|Seats 2011 :||11||6th||2||4th||7th||-||30 seats|
|Seats 2016 :||10||4th||3||4th||8th||1||30 seats|
* Independent Nordheide votes ** Single applicant Ulrike Müller
Joint community committees
The council of the joint municipality of Hanstedt has formed advisory committees from among the councilors. One of the tasks of the committees is in particular to prepare the Council resolutions.
- Joint community committee
- Finance Committee
- Committee on Social Affairs and Order
- Education and Leisure Committee
- Committee on Environment, Planning and Building
coat of arms
The black grouse depicted on the coat of arms, a "typical animal of the heather and moorland" still living in the joint municipality, symbolically represents the heather areas in the joint municipality - and thus indirectly refers to the tourism that is important for the joint municipality.
Economy and Infrastructure
There are elementary schools with afternoon care in Brackel, Egestorf and in Hanstedt. The primary school in Egestorf will be completely rebuilt in the next few years. All primary schools have a cafeteria and afternoon care. A two-tier high school with a cafeteria and afternoon care (formerly: Hauptschule and Realschule) is located in the core town and basic center of Hanstedt.
There are kindergartens in Hanstedt, Asendorf, Brackel, Egestorf-Schätzendorf, Marxen, Schierhorn and Quarendorf (play area). There is also a day nursery in Hanstedt, Asendorf, Egestorf-Schätzendorf, Brackel and Schierhorn .
With the administrative and territorial reform in 1972, the joint municipality of Hanstedt became responsible for fire protection and general assistance. With 15 volunteer fire brigades in the area of the joint municipality of Hanstedt, around 600 well-trained volunteer firefighters provide help in the event of fires and accidents. Due to its size, the joint municipality of Hanstedt has the following fire brigades:
|Base fire departments||Local fire brigades|
|Brackel||Asendorf, Marxen, Quarrendorf and Thieshope.|
|Egestorf||Evendorf, Sahrendorf-Schätzendorf, Undeloh and Wesel.|
|Hanstedt||Dierkshausen, Nindorf, Ollsen and Schierhorn.|
In addition to the compulsory tasks of the volunteer fire brigades in the joint municipality of Hanstedt acc. Section 1 of the Lower Saxony Fire Protection Act (NBrandSchG) also includes promoting the community in the village structures. And with more than 13,000 inhabitants in around 7,200 households, the approx. 50 km 2 of forest and heathland, a 48-kilometer section of the federal motorway 7 and the 150 kilometers of state and district roads within the municipality, the 15 fire departments provide reliable help in the event of fires and accidents. The joint municipality of Hanstedt is responsible according to § 2 NBrandSchG defensive fire protection and assistance in your area. She has to u. a. To set up, equip and maintain an efficient fire brigade and to keep the systems, resources and equipment required for fire fighting and assistance ready.
The Marxen Fire Brigade Museum provides information about the history of the fire brigade in the region .
- State Office for Statistics Lower Saxony, LSN-Online regional database, Table 12411: Update of the population, as of December 31, 2019 ( help ).
- Election results for the Hanstedt community elections 2016
- coat of arms with descriptions. Joint municipality of Hanstedt. Retrieved February 22, 2016 .