Nueva prueba para el plan de construcción de una isla en Copenhague
March 11, 2021 -
El Parlamento de Dinamarca debatirá la construcción de la Lynetteholm –
una isla artificial que podría albergar hasta 35.000 personas justo al norte del centro de la ciudad de Copenhague.
If approved, the 2.8 square km (1.1 square mile) land mass could be built-up by 2050, Bloomberg said.
Lynetteholm is meant to ease the Danish capital’s chronic housing crunch and act as a springboard for an ambitious rethink of the city’s infrastructure. Revenue from the housing development would fund a new tunnel under the harbour, through which a metro line would be routed, as well as a section of ring road providing swifter journey times from the airport to Copenhagen’s wealthy suburbs.
But critics warn that Lynetteholm could bring grave environmental damage. Those critics include officials in nearby Sweden, who say that the project risks altering ocean currents in the narrow Øresund sound, according to Bloomberg.