Danish Ministry of Transport, Building, and Housing

Housing summit: Future housing market and urban development in the Capital Region of Denmark

Original title: Boligtopmøde: Boligbehov, udviklingspotentialer og -strategier

As for many other large cities, the demographic pressure on Copenhagen has been high in recent years, the housing supply has not responded adequately, and together this has fueled rapid price increases in the city centre. This implies several socio-economic challenges, including potential negative effects on future social equality, economic growth and financial stability.

On this background, we have been asked to facilitate a housing summit and discussion between the Danish Minister of Transport, Building, and Housing and the Mayors of all the 28 municipalities in the Capital Region of Denmark.

The results of our analysis and the summit were manifold:

The study is commissioned by the Danish Ministry of Transport, Building, and Housing.

On October 1, Senior Economist Christian Heebøll presented these and other results at a housing market summit, facilitating a discussion between the Danish Minister of Transport, Building, and Housing and the Mayors of all the 28 municipalities in the Capital Region of Denmark.

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