The Lynetteholm Peninsula can be a very new district in Copenhagen and can be constructed on soil lots which can be deposited on the seabed. But 17 organizations with operations in totally different international locations across the Baltic Sea worry, in keeping with Denmark’s radio, that the building in its present kind can have main penalties for the whole marine surroundings of the Baltic Sea.
Lynetteholm could act as a “plug” within the Sound that blocks the circulate of water to the remaining of the Baltic Sea and solely a small change in the quantity of incoming life-giving salt water can have main penalties for fish, animals, and crops, in keeping with organizations now turning to the EU. They due to this fact need the challenge to be suspended till all international locations across the Baltic Sea have been consulted concerning the challenge.
The Danish Ministry of Transport writes to Danish Radio that the Minister of Transport Trine Bramsen (S) has ordered a brand new report that appears on the blocking impact of Lynetteholm and the calculations are anticipated to be prepared for publication later this summer time.
Dumping of dredged materials within the Sound has beforehand been stopped. The Folketing has determined that the partially polluted dredged materials will as an alternative be constructed into the primary a part of the peninsula.