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Order No. 1037 on metropolitan area's planning (Fingerplan 2013).

Country/Territory
Denmark
Document type
Regulation
Date
2013
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Environment gen., Land & soil
Keyword
Community management Environmental planning Land-use planning Policy/planning
Geographical area
Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries, North Sea, North-East Atlantic, Northern Europe
Entry into force notes
30 August 2013.
Abstract

This Order sets regulations on the planning of land use and contributes that ensure the protection of the environment for sustainable human living conditions and preservation of animal and plant life. It applies to the metropolitan areas around the capital Copenhagen with the implementation of a planning strategy named "Fingerplan 2013" - which is a revision of the Finger Plan 2007 with the goal of creating a coherent network of open areas and green trails in the metropolitan area, and diverse residential opportunities to ensure an environmentally-focussed development of municipal functions and activities. The Order applies to metropolitan areas of: Copenhagen (except for Bornholms municipality), Greve, Køge, Lejre, Roskilde, Solrød and Stevns municipalities. Definition of the inner metropolitan area is shown in Appendix A.

Full text
Danish
Website
www.retsinformation.dk; www.naturstyrelsen.dk

References - Legislation

Implements

Planning Act (No. 1157 of 2020).

Legislation | Denmark | 1991 (2020)

Keyword: Environmental planning, Protection of habitats, Policy/planning, Basic legislation, Coastal zone management, Urban land, Internal trade, Zoning, Expropriation, Land-use planning, Freshwater resources management, Sustainable development, Sustainable use

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Implemented by

Guidance No. 9449 on Order regarding the metropolitan area's planning (Fingerplan 2013).

Legislation | Denmark | 2013

Keyword: Community management, Environmental planning, Land-use planning, Policy/planning

Source: FAO, FAOLEX