Climate adaption plans have become an important part of Danish municipal planning within the last few years, due to the more extreme rain showers we have experienced in Denmark. Usually, the municipality funds these projects but in Copenhagen the municipality has done a climate adaption project on Sankt Annæ Plads where private investors have co-funded as well as been a part of the project development. The following thesis examines the influence of these private investors on the project on Sankt Annæ Plads. This question will be answered within the theoretical framework of the two governance perspectives Governance Theory and Interdependence Theory represented by Business Improvement Districts (BID) and David Harvey’s perception of the right to the city, respectively. Through a small opinion poll, responses to hearing requests as well as four qualitative interviews with representatives from Copenhagen Municipality, Realdania and HOFOR, the analysis shows that the private investors have had a significant influence on the project in regards to the financial resources they have contributed with, the way of allocating responsibilities and roles as well as the level of consideration of the citizens’ interests. From this analysis follows a discussion on the problems that have come from the unclear division of roles within the governance network as well as a discussion on the effect the use of private investors might have on future urban planning.
|Uddannelser||TekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||27 maj 2017|
|Vejledere||Ole Erik Hansen|
- Københavns Kommune
- Privat-offentligt samarbejde
- Business Improvement District
- Sankt Annæ Plads