Close contact and dialogue with stakeholders in the region
Femern A/S has a strong focus on keeping the region's local population, visitors and companies informed about the new link under the Fehmarnbelt.
Visitors can explore interactive exhibits on the tunnel and meet the local contacts from Femern A/S, Marie Rhodin in Burg auf Fehmarn, and Benno Nordahl Hansen in Rødbyhavn.
The information centres serve as a meeting place for groups working across the border. Examples include the ongoing collaboration between the Danish and German emergency services and the Danish language and culture workshop. In cooperation with local and regional authorities, Femern A/S also organises a range of information events, lectures and public meetings in the region.
THE OBJECTIVE IS THOROUGH INFORMATION AND TO BE IN CLOSE DIALOGUE WITH THE LOCAL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES IN THE REGION
Did you know that ...
... the head of the Infocentre in Burg has 21 years experience from the ferry industry?
... there were nearly 4,500 visitors to the Infocentre in Rødbyhavn in 2014 and almost 2,500 in Burg?
... kids can already explore the Fehmarnbelt tunnel in the form of a bouncy castle?
Comprehensive information materialFemern A/S has produced comprehensive information material about the tunnel project, both online on the company's website and with brochures about, for example, the environmental studies and the construction site on Fehmarn. You can find all the publications here. Furthermore, the German application for building permission that Femern A/S prepared for the German authorities can be found here.
The objective is to give residents and visitors to the region a comprehensive insight into the current planning status and to provide information about the planned work before it starts.
Do you have any questions? Do you come from the region or holiday on Lolland or in East Holstein? Then write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at Lolland or Fehmarn. We look forward to hearing from you.