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Privatisation of Planning Powers and Urban Infrastructure- Privatisierung von Planung und städtischen Infrastrukturen

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Edited By Stephan Mitschang

This book grew out of the sixth annual meeting of the Platform of Experts in Planning Law held in Lisbon in October 2012. The book’s chapters illustrate the evolution of this unique comparative land use planning and regulation forum. They allow a broader audience to benefit from the insights gained from the national case studies presented at the Lisbon meeting on the issue of Privatisation of Planning Powers and Urban Infrastructure.
Diese Veröffentlichung entstand aus dem sechsten Expertentreffen für Planungsrecht, das im Oktober 2012 in Lissabon stattfand. Die einzelnen Kapitel illustrieren die nationale Entwicklung im Planungsrecht und stellen einen einmaligen Vergleich des Planungsrechts vor dem Hintergrund der Privatisierungstendenzen im Bereich der Stadtplanung und städtischer Infrastrukturen in den verschiedenen Teilnehmerländern dar.
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1. Denmark

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Helle Ina Elmer

1.  Denmark

Introduction

Privatisation in Denmark has been part of political picture since the beginning of the millennium. One could argue that general legislative measures were the initial way of dealing with privatization, but in recent years two distinctive paths seem to be evident: Contestability of public works through cooperation with private contractors and deregulation especially launched as a Municipal Pilot Program stating regulatory relief in quite specific cases. The latter gives certain municipalities regulatory relief from the general legislation for a period of four years in order to analyze the effect.

1.1  Question 1

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