Plans for a brand new island close to Copenhagen’s harbour hope to create more room for town’s rising inhabitants.
That’s in accordance to the high – Minister.
Lars Lokke Rasmussen additionally added that, via 2070, the proposal can have housing for 35,000 people and will even offer protection to town from emerging sea ranges.
“The capital is in rapid development, being built as never before. That’s good but it also means that Copenhagen will run out of plots eventually, and that’s why we want to build a new island,” Rasmussen stated.
The mission, tentatively referred to as Lynetteholm, will value round 20 billion Danish crowns (€2.7 billion) and will likely be self-financed, in accordance to the high – Minister.
It will come with a harbour tunnel and a metro line to connect to 2 districts – Nordhavn and Refshaleøen .
Work is about to get started round 2035.
Copenhagen’s Lord Mayor Frank Jensen was once on the high – Minister’s briefing, indicating enhance for the mission from the primary opposition birthday celebration.