In the Northern part of Copenhagen Harbour there is a piece of land where all rules and regulations are put on hold. At least these years.
Owned by the Harbour authorities a number of people have rented or sub-letted small plots where they build almost without any interference.
It is like a Klondyke, uncharted land or terrain vague for most people - but nevertheless an interesting part of the city before gentrification sets in.
One woman told me about her fears of the inevitable gentrification as a posh Jaguar passed by. The developing companies have already set their eyes on the potential but until now it has been too far from the city centre.