Citizen participation is key to the development of the Stockholm Royal Seaport. In recent years, several different methods have been tried. Game elements and video games, presentations of the local development plan and resident consultation at the exit at the local grocery store, workshops with developers and entrepreneurs, and a qualitative study with girls between…

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Stockholm Royal Seaport, A fossil-free district Stockholm Royal Seaport will be a fossil-free district with low resource use and minimal environmental and climate impact. To reduce energy use, all new buildings are designed according to passive house requirements with well-insulated building envelopes and energy-efficient fittings and appliances. Furthermore, renewable energy should be generated locally. At…

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Stockholm Royal Seaport – Let nature do the work Water and vegetation in Stockholm Royal Seaport play a key role in the social, economic, and ecological development of the area. All inhabitants have access to parks within 200 meters of their dwellings. By way of intelligent design, blue and green structures can fulfil multiple functions,…

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Stockholm Royal Seaport – The 5-minute City Stockholm Royal Seaport, a dense inner city hub with mixed use facilities, is supported by proximity to private and public amenities and parks. It is a 5-minute walk to get to parks and various everyday amenities such as; shops, pre-schools and bus and metro stops, which corresponds to…

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Governance

How we work The Swedish planning monopoly allows municipalities to decide how land should be utilized and developed. Moreover, in Stockholm Royal Seaport the city owns the land which enables it to implement stricter requirements than existing building codes and legislation. When Stockholm Royal Seaport was designated by Stockholm City Council as a sustainability profile…

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The Pop-up Reuse, – a mobile reuse station developed in Stockholm Royal Seaport, has been a success for residents and the environment alike. Now, Pop-up Reuse is being made available at around 20 sites across Stockholm. In 2019, approximately 70,000 people visited the Pop-up Reuse and almost 80,000 items went to new owners. Background Today,…

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Stockholmshem (one of the municipal housing companies) built two plus-energy buildings in Stockholm Royal Seaport and tenants moved in during 2019. The two buildings, with 43 rental apartments designed to be net producers of energy with the help of solar panels, geothermal heat, efficient insulation and ventilation, as well as recycling of excess heat from…

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In the Stora Sjöfallet area of Stockholm Royal Seaport, the City of Stockholm has established criteria for climate-adapted and green spaces to increase well-being, promote biodiversity and to manage stormwater effectively. The four developers that built a pre-school and 263 dwellings with occupancy in 2016 used the Green Space Index tool to meet the criteria.…

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