– We are surprised that it basically contains nothing but public housing, says the Liberal Party’s Heidi Bank.
– Then we can see that what is being planned is a prestigious project in Copenhagen at the expense of the tenants and taxpayers in the rest of the country.
She and the Liberal Party would like the government to use its efforts to expand the amount of owner-occupied housing as well:
– We also believe that it is important that, overall, there is a mixed housing stock, where it is ensured that ordinary people with an ordinary income can access owner-occupied housing – also in the metropolitan area.
The Conservatives’ Mona Juul is opposed to money from the entire country’s general tenants having to spend on financing what in her eyes is a “Copenhagen campaign”.
She believes that the lower proportion of public housing in Copenhagen falls back on some of the choices made in the City of Copenhagen.
– Copenhagen has neglected the opportunity that most other cities have managed: to build up to 25 percent public housing when you start, she says.
– In addition, some very large apartments have been consistently built over a very long period, which of course will be more expensive than small apartments. This is why you can see the difference between the cities in Denmark.
– The first thing you could do was that Copenhagen got control of it itself. We do not need to sit down and make national legislation about this.
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