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Materiality and Stakeholder Analysis

Dialogue is an important tool to capture the different expectations that exist about Stockholm Royal Seaport.

Key stakeholders include politicians, developers, City of Stockholm officials, society in general, and of course the residents of the area. The issues that are most relevant to stakeholders have been summarized in the materiality analysis. It shows that the most important is reduced environmental impact, efficient energy use, waste management, research and development, and transport. For residents and politicians, safety is an important issue.

The matrix below shows how specific issues are managed, governing documents, and specific targets related to issues, and how these are then followed up and reported.

Väsentliga områdenStyrningMålUppföljningGRI-frågor och upplysningar
Materiality issue, target, and management
Materiality issueMeasuresTargetFollow-upGRI issue and details
EnergySustainable Urban Development Programme (target)
Action programme (requirement)
3.4 Efficient energy use in buildings and facilitiesEnergy use (developers and public spaces)302-2
302-3
ClimateSustainable Urban Development Programme (target)
Action programme (requirement)
3.5 Stockholm Royal Seaport to be fossil fuel-free by 2030
3.6 Low climate impact from buildings and facilities in terms of lifecycle
Local production of renewable energy
CO2e for meaured energy use
Number of charging stations
Climate calculations
305-2
TransportSustainable Urban Development Programme (target)
Action programme (requirement)
2.1 Prioritise pedestrians, cycle paths, and public transport in planning
2.3 Infrastructure to support joint loading and efficient, sustainable goods transport
Mobility index
Number of parking spaces, cycle places
Resident surveys
Shared loads quota
Internal issue: Transport
Waste managementSustainable Urban Development Programme (target)
Action plan (requirement)
3.1 Continually reduce amounts of waste and increase ratio of purity  
3.3 Promote a circular building and management process
Kitchen grinder
Distance to vacuum waste collection sysytem/recycling station
Amount of construction waste
301-2 
306-4
Research and developmentSustainable Urban Development Programme (target)
Action plan (requirement)
5.4 Knowledge and experience generated in Stockholm Royal Seaport to be disseminatedInterim reports and final reports201-04
SafetySustainable Urban Development Programme (target)
Action plan (requirement)
1.4 Create attractive places that are safe at all times of the day and nightSafety walks and fire protection drills
Resident surveys
Internal issue: Safety

The matrix below shows which issues stakeholders raise and in which forums they have emerged.

IntressentVäsentliga frågorTyp av dialogDialogfrekvens
Stakeholders, materiality issues, type of dialogue and frequency
StakeholderMateriality issue Dialogue typeDialogue frequency
Politicians*Project financing
Safety
Housing projects
Climate
Attractive urban environment
Waste management
Transports
• Official statement
• Budget
• Memoranda
• Study visits
• Conferences, breaking ground, and opening ceremonies
Monthly, quarterly, annually
ColleaguesClimate
Energy
Biodiversity
Stormwater management
Attractive urban environment
Waste management
Transport
• Internal communication 
• Internal meetings
• Focus groups
• Information meetings 
• Employee dialogue
• Employee surveys
Ongoing
Other technical administrations and companiesClimate
Energy
Ecosystem-based climate adaption
Stormwater management
• Internal communication 
• Cross-groups and focus groups
• Information meetings 
• R&D projects
Phased and ongoing
Residents and workers in the areaSafety
Waste management
Climate 
Energy
Attractive urban environment
• Resident dialogue (consultation meetings, themed evenings) 
• Resident and business networking
• Resident activities (plant boxes, bee keeping, open house)
• Resident surveys
• External communication
• Complaint handling
Ongoing and every third year (resident survey)
Developers/contractorsClimate 
Energy
• Information meetings
• Contracts
• Review (sustainability portal, MEG)
• R&D projects
• Forums for sustainable solutions
• Environmental site inspections, Quality, Environment, and Working Environment meetings (KMA in Swedish)
Ongoing and every third year (resident survey)
AuthoritiesEnergy and climate impact
Transport
Waste management
Water and drainage
Public participation
R&D
Ecosystem-based climate adaption
Indoor environment
Non-hazardous choice of materials 
Working approach
Attractive city
Social requirement in supply chains
• Seminars, conferences
• External communication 
• Application and review of R&D projects
Ongoing
AcademiaTransport
Waste management
Climate 
Energy
Wastewater management
Water use
Non-hazardous construction
Biodiversity
Stormwater management
Attractive urban environment
• Seminars, conferences
• External communication 
• R&D projects
Ongoing

* Politicians’ materiality issues have been taken from the City Development Administration for 2020.