We meet at Brønshøj Torv where I will show you the oldest church i Copenhagen. Then we'll cycle through Utterslev Mose with a few stops at some of my favourite places. We will visit Bispebjerg Kirkegård and Grundtvigskirken, where we might get a peak inside this impressive church. Afterwards we head for Skt. Kjelds Kvarter through Bispebjerg Hospital and Lersøparken. Skt. Kjelds Kvarter is Copenhagen’s first district adapted to climate change and I will show some of the visible transformations. We end the tour at Nordhavn, which is transforming from an industrial port area to a new, attractive urban area with exciting new buildings with homes, shops, jobs and schools by the quayside.
Been working with urban development in Copenhagen for the past fifteen years and knows the good stories, the strategic plans and the city's current and future challenges. I love communicating everything about urban planning, climate action, cloudburst protection, waste management, social economy initiatives and sustainability based on Copenhagen, but with reference to other cities.
Utterslev Mose and Bispebjerg Kirkegård with focus on biodiversity and liveability Skt. Kjelds kvarter with focus on city development off the old city and cloud burst management Nordhavn with focus on city development of a new part of the city.
You can rent a bike through Donkey Republic or Bycyklen, but please note you need to bring your Donkey bike, since there usually aren't that many bikes around Brønshøj Torv. Bycyklen can be rented for approximate 70 dkr at Brønshøj Torv. Most of the riding is on quiet roads and bicycle paths.
Old & new, green & blue northern cph