So it is today:
The White Castle is known beyond the limits of Friesheim and can certainly be named as a striking landmark. But the condition has by no means improved in recent years. At first there was no longer the popular castle festival and then the castle lost its last inhabitants. In the meantime the water in the moat has also disappeared, even though it is a ground monument and the castle rests on wooden stakes that have always stood in the soaked earth.
This is how it should be:
It was all the more gratifying when the castle changed hands and he announced that he wanted to invest here in Friesheim. There are so many wonderful old square courtyards that have been brought back to life through renovation. Why shouldn’t this also be possible with the White Castle? It is clear to all of us that such a renovation is an expensive undertaking due to the requirements of the monument protection and the requirements for living space that apply today. Politicians have therefore agreed to give the investor building rights on the opposite meadow. Housing is to be built here. We should all work together to ensure that this project can be implemented successfully. The investor should present his plans for the area as soon as possible.