Kildedal will be Denmark’s largest life science innovation district

Now you can find more information on how Kildedal is being developed as an innovative hub for life science companies from all over the world

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Experienced forces at the head of the newly founded Development Company Kildedal P/S.

Ballerup Municipality and PensionDanmark have founded the Development Company Kildedal P/S, which in the coming years will be responsible for developing Kildedal into an exciting new business area and a new, multi-faceted city. Today, Kildedal is an expansive area of fields surrounded by large green areas, well-oiled infrastructure and life science companies such as Novo Nordisk and Oticon. In the future, in the middle of this, a new city will emerge with a focus on innovation, sustainability, health and communities.

The development is headed by Chairman Bo Rasmussen, former municipal director of Gladsaxe Municipality, and project director Tim E. Halvorsen, former director of urban development projects such as Kanalbyen in Fredericia and the Nature District of Ringkøbing.

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To the left: Bo Rasmussen. To the right: Tim E. Halvorsen

The masterplan and value program for Kildedal are now politically approved.

The overall plan and value programme for Kildedal outlines the development of a new, vibrant and easily accessible city with community, business, urban life and with a sustainable approach to life and nature. Both were approved at the Municipal Council meeting on Monday, 27 September. The approval means that the physical framework and ambitions for the area have now finally fallen into place.

The development of housing and business in Kildedal is expected to start in 2023. All future municipal local plans will be assessed and sent to public consultations before final adoption. Only then can building permits be issued.

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