The state sets overall guidelines for planning, while the municipalities are responsible for translating the overall guidelines and visions into actual spatial planning through municipal plans and local development plans.
The Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs is responsible for safeguarding national interests through physical planning.
On this site you can read about town planning. Read about urban life, commerce and traffic etc.; all of which help create sustainable cities.
The majority of Denmark is countryside, i.e. areas not built-up and areas not planned for building. The majority of the countryside is used for agriculture or forestry.
Plandata.dk contains plans pursuant to the Planning Act- and ensures standardisation and public availability of plan data.
In the planning area, there are various projects which strengthen collaboration, coordination and sharing experience across the different authorities and stakeholders.
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