Follow Stockholm Royal Seaport’s sustainability journey

This is where we publish progress updates on our sustainability initiatives in the run-up to 2030, how well requirements are being met, and explain our various innovation projects in more detail. Using the interactive map below, you can check key performance indicators for developers and public open space. Figures are currently provided for up to and including 2019.

Stockholm Royal Seaport is being developed according to a well-defined sustainability profile, with work based on the Sustainable Urban Development Programme. To date, approximately 3,000 homes, one school, eight pre-schools, and office and retail space have been built. By 2030, at least 12,000 new homes and 35,000 new work spaces will have been created. An overview of the various stages of the project is included in the interactive map below. Planning of new sites is currently underway with around 30 developers. Several major contracts for land remediation, the construction of piers, roads, and parks are also ongoing. This urban development project is managed by the City of Stockholm.

The project’s main website is stockholmroyalseaport.com >

Sustainable Urban Development Programme (pdf, 3 MB, new window)

Sustainability Report 2019 (pdf, 3 MB, new window)

Map and overview

This interactive map provides an overview of the urban development area and shows how sustainability requirements are being met by developers at development sites and by the City of Stockholm in public open space.

Map and overview

This interactive map provides an overview of the urban development area and shows how sustainability requirements are being met by developers at development sites and by the City of Stockholm in public open space.