Welcome to Copenhagen
The Technical and Environmental Administration
City of Copenhagen
Sustainable urban development, means and tools
Copenhagen 1947-2025
REGIONAL STRUCTURE -
Finger Plan 1947
The Øresund region
Copenhagen and Malmö
has 3.6 million inhabitants
A METROPOLIS FOR PEOPLE
Copenhagen is growing with 1000 new inhabitants a month
The blue plan
From an industrial to an urban harbour
3.2 million m2 of housing, offices,
universities, shops etc.
25.000 inhabitants / 25.000 students
40.000 jobs
Metro
3-stri...
40.000 homes
40.000 jobs
3-4 million m2 of construction
Nordhavnen
The North Harbour
COBE, Sleth og Rambøll
Nordhavnen
september 2009
Center for Miljø15. april 2008 36
An eco-friendly city
A vibrant city
A city for everyone
A city at the water
A dynamic ci...
Center for Miljø15. april 2008 37
Focus on renewable energy and new energy sources
Optimum use and reuse of resources
Envi...
Housing and outward activities
along the waterfront
Public access to the coast, city
beaches, the waterfronts, quays,
swim...
A city for everyone
• Housing at all price levels so people with
average income can live close to the water
• Integrated m...
PUBLIC DEBATE AND PARTICIPATION
Center for Miljø15. april 2008 41
Center for Miljø15. april 2008 42
Carlsberg a CO2-neutral city
To create a balance between
social, environmental and
economical sustainability
Social sustainability
• Multitude of culture and sport
• Variety of shops, housing and commerce
• Affordable housing for a...
3000 homes,
hereof 300 affordable
10.000 jobs
600.000 m2 of
construction
Environmental sustainability
• CO2-neutral urban district
• Design where the buildings should provide
energy themselves
• ...
Carlsberg – a dense city
•A new waste
strategy
•Dense city
blocks
•3-6 stories
•9 skyscrapers
Economical sustainability
• Using sustainability as a strong brand that
secure sensibly business
• Develop in cohesion wit...
Carlsberg - infrastructure
• nærhed til S-tog og metro
27-01-15
ECO-METROPOLE
Our vision for
Copenhagen 2015
World’s best city for cyclists
Centre for world climate policymaking...
Urban regeneration
Sustainability Profile for Urban Districts in Copenhagen
City of Copenhagen, the Danish Building Research Institute and th...
Sustainability profile
20 Indicators (scores 1-10)
• Heating/person
• Housing m2/person
• Car ownership
• Shared cars/1000...
The city of Copenhagen’s
tool for sustainability
• Use of area
• Transport
• Energy
• Water
• Materials - lifecycle
• Green and blue areas
• Social diversity
• Townscape
•...
Graphically visualising the results
Sustainability in Construction and
Civil Works 2010
• This is the 4th generation of
Copenhagen’s guidelines for
constructi...
andards attached to visions
emands based on function
ocumentation
Themes
• Sustainable project design
• Energy and CO2
• Materials and chemicals
• Water and drainage
• Townscape, life and ...
miljørigtig projektering
Sustainable project
design:
Evironmental impact
Environmental priorities
Environmental tasks
Tool...
Noise
Housing and institutions must
not be placed where the
traffic noise exceeds Lden 68
dB(A)
The noise must not exceed ...
• Low energy frame for housing, hotels etc
• Low energy class 1(50% less than BR 2007):
(35+1100/A) kWh/m2 per year
• Stan...
Plan and design to a human scale
and...
Tøger Nis Thomsen
Architect / Townplanner
tonist@tmf.kk.dk
+45 33 66 58 47
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
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Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
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Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
Copenhagen, sustainability 1947 2025
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  1. 1. Welcome to Copenhagen The Technical and Environmental Administration City of Copenhagen
  2. 2. Sustainable urban development, means and tools Copenhagen 1947-2025
  3. 3. REGIONAL STRUCTURE - Finger Plan 1947
  4. 4. The Øresund region Copenhagen and Malmö has 3.6 million inhabitants
  5. 5. A METROPOLIS FOR PEOPLE
  6. 6. Copenhagen is growing with 1000 new inhabitants a month
  7. 7. The blue plan From an industrial to an urban harbour
  8. 8. 3.2 million m2 of housing, offices, universities, shops etc. 25.000 inhabitants / 25.000 students 40.000 jobs Metro 3-string drainage and rainwater system 10 km of urban and rural channels ending up in lakes and wetland Ørestad
  9. 9. 40.000 homes 40.000 jobs 3-4 million m2 of construction Nordhavnen The North Harbour
  10. 10. COBE, Sleth og Rambøll Nordhavnen september 2009
  11. 11. Center for Miljø15. april 2008 36 An eco-friendly city A vibrant city A city for everyone A city at the water A dynamic city A city with sustainable mobility Nordhavnen The sustainable city of the future
  12. 12. Center for Miljø15. april 2008 37 Focus on renewable energy and new energy sources Optimum use and reuse of resources Environmentally friendly modes of transport Vivid diverse urban nature on land and water A sustainable city and building structure An eco-friendly city - guidelines
  13. 13. Housing and outward activities along the waterfront Public access to the coast, city beaches, the waterfronts, quays, swimming in the harbour, sport at the waterfront and on the water
  14. 14. A city for everyone • Housing at all price levels so people with average income can live close to the water • Integrated mix of residential, commercial and business facilities • Diversity in including all groups of society, also the vulnerable • A friendly city where residents and visitor feel they belong • Dialogue with future residents and users on urban development of the district
  15. 15. PUBLIC DEBATE AND PARTICIPATION
  16. 16. Center for Miljø15. april 2008 41
  17. 17. Center for Miljø15. april 2008 42
  18. 18. Carlsberg a CO2-neutral city To create a balance between social, environmental and economical sustainability
  19. 19. Social sustainability • Multitude of culture and sport • Variety of shops, housing and commerce • Affordable housing for all groups of income and age
  20. 20. 3000 homes, hereof 300 affordable 10.000 jobs 600.000 m2 of construction
  21. 21. Environmental sustainability • CO2-neutral urban district • Design where the buildings should provide energy themselves • Low energy class 1 (25% below building regulation) • Closeness to a new Enghave subway station • A green district with parks, gardens and trees in the squares an streets • Water as a resource in the townscape
  22. 22. Carlsberg – a dense city •A new waste strategy •Dense city blocks •3-6 stories •9 skyscrapers
  23. 23. Economical sustainability • Using sustainability as a strong brand that secure sensibly business • Develop in cohesion with the existing and surrounding city
  24. 24. Carlsberg - infrastructure • nærhed til S-tog og metro
  25. 25. 27-01-15 ECO-METROPOLE Our vision for Copenhagen 2015 World’s best city for cyclists Centre for world climate policymaking A green and blue city A clean and healthy city
  26. 26. Urban regeneration
  27. 27. Sustainability Profile for Urban Districts in Copenhagen City of Copenhagen, the Danish Building Research Institute and the Technical University of Denmark
  28. 28. Sustainability profile 20 Indicators (scores 1-10) • Heating/person • Housing m2/person • Car ownership • Shared cars/1000 pers • Employed inside city • Dwellings beyond 68 dB from traffic • Energy in commerce • Percentage of industries in environment network • Share of Climate Citizens • Area of restaurants, hotels and culture • Area for sports • Green and blue areas • Affordable housing • Outdated flats • Housing ownership • Unemployment rate • Household income • Share of higher education • Number of workplaces per inhabitant • Sales prices of houses and flats
  29. 29. The city of Copenhagen’s tool for sustainability
  30. 30. • Use of area • Transport • Energy • Water • Materials - lifecycle • Green and blue areas • Social diversity • Townscape • Urban life • Identity • Business and service • The city’s economy • The project’s economy • Durability of the project The 14 Considerations in regard to sustainability
  31. 31. Graphically visualising the results
  32. 32. Sustainability in Construction and Civil Works 2010 • This is the 4th generation of Copenhagen’s guidelines for construction and civil works • The guidelines are binding for: • The Municipality’s construction and civil works • Urban renewal and other subsidised construction • Affordable and social housing • And to be an inspiration for developers, consultants and others
  33. 33. andards attached to visions emands based on function ocumentation
  34. 34. Themes • Sustainable project design • Energy and CO2 • Materials and chemicals • Water and drainage • Townscape, life and nature • Waste • Noise • Indoor climate • The Construction Site
  35. 35. miljørigtig projektering Sustainable project design: Evironmental impact Environmental priorities Environmental tasks Tools and techniques Total life cycle cost (LCC) Lærkehaven, Lystrup, Danmark Herzog + Partner, 2008
  36. 36. Noise Housing and institutions must not be placed where the traffic noise exceeds Lden 68 dB(A) The noise must not exceed 46 dB in furnished living / sleeping room with an open window (0,35 m2 ) The noise at outdoor recreational areas must not exceed Lden 58 dB(A)
  37. 37. • Low energy frame for housing, hotels etc • Low energy class 1(50% less than BR 2007): (35+1100/A) kWh/m2 per year • Standart 2010 (25% less than BR 2007): (50+1600/A) kWh/m2 per year • Low energy frame for office, schools, institutions etc • Low energy class 1(50% less than BR 2007): (50+1100/A) kWh/m2 per year • Standart 2010 (25% less than BR 2007): (70+1600/A) kWh/m2 per year • A is the heated area
  38. 38. Plan and design to a human scale and... Tøger Nis Thomsen Architect / Townplanner tonist@tmf.kk.dk +45 33 66 58 47

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