Timeline

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  • 2000

    2000
    • City of Stockholm begins planning of the Stockholm Royal Seaport urban development project
  • 2004

    2004
  • 2008

    2008
    • City of Stockholm’s 2008-2011 environmental programme states that two urban development projects are to be environmentally profiled
  • 2009

    2009
    • The City Council decides that Stockholm Royal Seaport is to be developed with a sustainability profile
    • Land allocated for the Norra 2 phase; the first phase with sustainability requirements
    • Action plan drafted for Norra 2
  • 2010

    2010
  • 2011

    2011
    • Ground broken for Norra 1, an oak tree is planted to mark the occasion
    • Gas production ends in Gasverket
    •  Focus groups start work
    • Green Space Index for development sites introduced
    • Stormwater strategy introduced
  • 2012

    2012
    • First planter boxes in place
    • City of Stockholm applies Stockholm Royal Seaport’s energy requirements for all urban developments the entire area
  • 2013

    2013
  • 2014

    2014
    • • Land allocation competition for plus-energy buildings in Brofästet
    • First sustainability report published; all sustainability reports are available here
    • First residents move into Norra 1
    • Mobile vacuum waste system enters service
  • 2015

    2015
    • Award for best project in sustainable city development held during the UN Paris Climate Change Conference, presented by C40
    • Web-based reporting/follow-up portal introduced
  • 2016

    2016
  • 2017

    2017
    • Sustainable Urban Development Programme approved by Stockholm City Council
    • Increased resident dialogue for Södra Värtan phase
    • Planning of Loudden begins
  • 2018

    2018
    • Land allocation competition for Kolkajen focuses on social sustainability and fixed pricing
    •  Stockholm Royal Seaport becomes Climate Positive Development Program (CPDP) partner
    • City of Stockholm applies Stockholm Royal Seaport’s Green Space Index and material screening requirements in all urban developments
  • 2019

    2019
    • Bergsskolan and Hjorthagshallen open in Gasverket
    • Consultation regarding Gasverket Östra
    • Tenants move into plus-energy buildings
    • Revision of the Sustainable Urban Development Programme begins
    • Oil companies at the Loudden site relocate and dismantling of storage tanks starts
    • CPDP is terminated
    • City of Stockholm procures follow-up database inspired by Stockholm Royal Seaport
  • 2020

    2020
    • Container terminal moved to Norvik
    • Mass Consolidation Centre opens
  • 2021

    2021
    • Building work starts at Södra Värtan
    • The new Sustainable Urban Development Programme is expected to be approved by the City Council
  • 2022

    2022
    • Opening of Hjorthagsgaraget, a car park built into the cavern under Hjorthagen
  • 2030

    2030
    • Stockholm Royal Seaport has created at least 12,000 new homes and 35,000 work places