Kolding receives the green light for the construction of Marina City

The vision for Marina City is a sustainable district with attractive facilities and services

On July 7th, the Coastal Authority approved Kolding’s construction plans for Marina City: a sustainable district with modern residential areas and maritime services. Together with Kolding Harbor and Kolding Marina, the municipality wants to build Denmark’s most attractive marina and offer the city’s residents new experiences.

What will Marina City offer?

The new district will be one Harbor promenade, various cafes, clubhouses and maritime shops. In addition, the municipality plans to create one Water sports center, new beach park, accommodations and various other activities associated with the marina. In addition, Marina City will also be home to approx. 1,000 berths and 29 modern houseboats.

With the building permit from the Coastal Directorate, the municipality has received the green light to begin work on the construction of the district. The Mayor of Kolding, Jørn Pedersen, was satisfied with the approval and said: “I am very pleased that we have now received the long-awaited building permit from the Coastal Administration.

We have thus come a decisive step closer to our vision of a new sustainable district with attractive residential and harbor environments as well as a new large marina on the south side of the Kolding Fjord. “

Still, it is important to emphasize that the community No approval yet received from the Danish Environmental Protection Agency as the development of Marina City requires geotechnical studies and interventions in the bottom of the Marina Fjord.

In a press release, the municipality states that several tasks will be undertaken during the approval process and this final approval being granted. This includes the expansion of the harbor basin, the establishment of quays and the construction of a new beach.

The layout plans for Marina City can be seen in the gallery above.