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Thomas Ege, Simon Ammentorp, Laura Piil Pedersen & Kasper Krag Andreasen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This project has focused on the socio-economic exclusion process on Nørrebro, which has taken place in Copenhagen, through the housing-market, where low-income households are excluded from the city. This process is called gentrification. This gentrification is expressed in the municipality of Copenhagen where a vision about the restructuring of the city is being formulated, and in Nørrebro communityplan, where we can see a resistance against the gentrification. The gentrification seen at Nørrebro, is facilitated by different factors. Such factors found is financial-economics, national policy and interurban competition, to name a few. To be able to see this process happening at Nørrebro, and to find out why it is happening, we applied the theoretical framework of David Ley, which enable us to see the process. Theory by Neil Smith and current approaches to neoliberalization, helps us to understand the structures that create this form of exclusion process. We conclude that there is a gentrification process taking place at Nørrebro which can be seen in the two plans and that the political and economic forces driving this gentrification correlates to a great extent with principles of neoliberalism. 7

UddannelserGeografi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato20 dec. 2011
VejledereThomas Skou Grindsted


  • Nørrebro
  • Neoliberalisme
  • Gentrificering
  • gentrification
  • Restrukturering