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On July 15, 2014, Halle-Neustadt became 50 years old. A long and lively history lies behind the district Halles. Already at the beginning of the 20th century and in the 1920s there were plans to build the area west of the Old Town Halles, but they were not implemented at that time. The project took concrete Form only in 1958. This year a conference of the Central Committee (ZK) of the SED under the theme “chemical programme of the GDR” took place, which was particularly concerned with the further expansion of the plants in Buna and Leuna. In this context, a decision was taken to locate a large number of workers near the two chemical sites. Already in the year following, the site search began, in the result of which the area between Alt-Halle, Nietleben and Passendorf was designated as a preferred location.
In 1960, the first plans were presented and on 17.01.1963 the political office of the Central Committee of the SED decided to set up the city of Chemical Workers. On 13. On December 12, the work on Halle-Neustadt began with the deep development of the later residential complex I and the slab structure. On February 1, 1964, the slab structure, which made the concrete parts for the planned housing units, was opened. The construction, which began 50 years ago, started at the same time the transport-related connection to the Buna and Leuna workshops. In the process, crafted one of the thälmann square, today Riebeckplatz to. In addition, the construction of the Thomas-Münzer-ring began in Merseburg. The Connecting Road between Halle-Neustadt and the chemical plant Buna in Schkopau was built.