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The Danish Coastal Authority


The Danish Coastal Authority (Kystdirektoratet) is the official coastal government agency - a division of The Danish Ministry of the Environment and part of The Danish Nature Agency. It is as such also adviser for The Danish Minister of the Environment.

The coastal Authority covers all of Denmark’s 7,300 km of coastline, managing the governmental socio-economic interests within the field of coastal protection.

Regulatory tasks concerning coastal protection and the state territorial waters are carried out by means of analyses, project planning, construction, operation, and warning. These tasks are completed in broad-based cooperation with many different stakeholders from all over Denmark.
8.9.2018
Tilladelse til kystbeskyttelse ved kystvej 10, 12n, Melby By Liseleje, Halsnæs Kommune
Kystdirektoratet giver hermed tilladelse til etablering af kystbeskyttelse,......
7.2.2018
Ny bekendtgørelse giver turismeerhvervet flere muligheder ved kysten
Fra den 1. juli 2018 får turismeerhvervet flere muligheder for at etablere faciliteter......
6.28.2018
Elleve har søgt om midler til diger og skibsvrag
Efter fristens udløb den 10. juni, har Kystdirektoratet nu overblik over, hvor......
6.7.2018
Se listen: Så mange kommuner har søgt om at få ophævet strandbeskyttelse
47 kommuner har benyttet sig af det åbne vindue til at søge om at få ophævet......
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