You can find Arctic Consensus in attendance, when Confederation of Danish Industry kicks off it’s event about the City Development in Nuuk, Greenland.

The city development in Nuuk is a big project. The project is called Project Siorarsiorfik – Nuuk City Development and continues until 2030. The number of inhabitants in Nuuk rises with 200-300 people every year, so there is a critical demand for the project. The planning of the new part of Nuuk does not only address the need for more housing, it has also laid out a plan for new schools, institutions, business parks and recreational spaces.

With the city development project in Nuuk as a focal point, the Confederation of Danish Industries has put together a program on october 2 with presentations and opportunities for networking. Arctic Consensus will be in attendance and hopes to see existing and new partners.

On the program, mayor Charlotte Ludvigsen and director Lars Møller from Kommuneqarfik Sermersooq are both scheduled to give a presentation about the project and how Nuuk is working towards being a modern arctic capital, respectively.

Other speakers include CEO for Project Siorarsiorfik Jens B. Frederiksen, chairman of the board for KAL Airports Johannes Egholm Hansen, CEO Jacob Nitter from Air Greenland, director John Rasmussen from Sikuki and director Arnannquag Gerstrøm from Usisaat.

From Arctic Consensus director Lise-Lotte Terp will attend.

You can find additional information about the event here.