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    Denmark plans man-made islands to draw business

    Denmark plans man-made islands to draw business 

    Denmark plans man-made islands to draw business

    An outline demonstrates the proposed development of nine islands at Avedore Holme. Photograph: Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs/Handout by means of REUTERS/Ritzau Scanpix 

    Denmark intends to construct nine fake islands in southern Copenhagen in an offer to pull in organizations, the legislature reported on Monday, in the midst of a lodging and office space lack. 

    The legislature and Hvidovre Municipality declared the arrangement, which will see an expansion of the Avedøre Holme zone south of the Danish capital, making nine new islands to be given the aggregate name Holman. 


    The basic role of the new islands will be to make a mechanical chance. 

    We're targetting cutting edge organizations however there's dependably a requirement for the creation of items we use in our every day lives as well," Industry and Business Minister Rasmus Jarlov told Ritzau. 

    Clergyman for Employment Troels Lund Poulsen called the undertaking "visionary" and said it had the entire hearted sponsorship of the legislature. 

    This will stunningly better interface Copenhagen with the locales to its west and to whatever remains of Zealand. Copenhagen and the encompassing districts are a critical driver of development for the entire of Denmark," Poulsen said to Ritzau. 

    Development on the nine islands is booked to start in 2022, covering a zone of three million square meters and adding 17 kilometers to Denmark's coastline.

    Denmark plans man-made islands to draw business
    A representation demonstrates the proposed nine islands at the Avedøre Holme drift. Photograph: Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs/Handout by means of REUTERS/Ritzau Scanpix 

    The principal plots of land will be sold in 2028 and the venture, the money related subtleties of which have not been revealed, ought to be finished by 2040. 

    The point is to draw in somewhere in the range of 380 organizations to the region, situated close Copenhagen air terminal. 

    I figure this could turn into a kind of European Silicon Valley," the leader of the Danish Chamber of Commerce, Brian Mikkelsen, revealed to TV2 TV. 

    The mammoth task pursues another real foundation activity reported last harvest time, whereby 20,000 new homes will be based on a polder - low-lying land recovered from the ocean - north of the capital. 

    That advancement, given the name Lynetteholmen, will ascend from the Oresund waters between the Refshaleøen and Nordhavn regions and make homes for 35,000 individuals.

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