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The value chain

We strive to build knowledge and follow-up how well requirements are met through the urban development process. In this way, the project’s negative impact on people, the environment and natural resources can be minimised.

Värdekedjan

Inbound logistics

The City of Stockholm owns the land of Stockholm Royal Seaport and has assigned the City Development Administration responsibility for managing its development. The City Development Administration is a procurement structure that primarily procures services from contractors and consultants.

Stockholm Royal Seaport has an ambitious sustainability profile that includes developers and the City of Stockholm’s facilities. Total investment in the area amounts to approximately SEK 60 billion. The City of Stockholm’s investments are financed through the sale and leasing of land. Urban development takes place in close co-operation with the City of Stockholm’s administrations and companies. It is important to maintain close dialogue with residents, developers, and other stakeholders throughout the entire project.

Business operations

In the initial stages of a project, an area’s potential and land use are reviewed. The City of Stockholm’s work includes procurement of consultants and contractors for land remediation, the construction of necessary infrastructure, and the positioning of courtyard spaces and parks. Contractors are responsible for procurement of subcontractors and materials as specified by the City Development Administration. Follow-up and review is done through self-monitoring, which is reported to the City Development Administration. Spot checks are also carried out on a regular basis.

Once a planning project is underway, the transfer and sale of development sites to developers is conducted through land allocation- and development contracts in which sustainability requirements are established and followed up.

Values

By 2030, Stockholm Royal Seaport will have at least 12,000 new homes and 35,000 work spaces, as well as public amenities such as pre-schools, schools, and parks, and privately-owned amenities including supermarkets and restaurants.

The value chain

We strive to build knowledge and follow-up how well requirements are met through the urban development process. In this way, the project’s negative impact on people, the environment and natural resources can be minimised.

Värdekedjan

Inbound logistics

The City of Stockholm owns the land of Stockholm Royal Seaport and has assigned the City Development Administration responsibility for managing its development. The City Development Administration is a procurement structure that primarily procures services from contractors and consultants.

Stockholm Royal Seaport has an ambitious sustainability profile that includes developers and the City of Stockholm’s facilities. Total investment in the area amounts to approximately SEK 60 billion. The City of Stockholm’s investments are financed through the sale and leasing of land. Urban development takes place in close co-operation with the City of Stockholm’s administrations and companies. It is important to maintain close dialogue with residents, developers, and other stakeholders throughout the entire project.

Business operations

In the initial stages of a project, an area’s potential and land use are reviewed. The City of Stockholm’s work includes procurement of consultants and contractors for land remediation, the construction of necessary infrastructure, and the positioning of courtyard spaces and parks. Contractors are responsible for procurement of subcontractors and materials as specified by the City Development Administration. Follow-up and review is done through self-monitoring, which is reported to the City Development Administration. Spot checks are also carried out on a regular basis.

Once a planning project is underway, the transfer and sale of development sites to developers is conducted through land allocation- and development contracts in which sustainability requirements are established and followed up.

Values

By 2030, Stockholm Royal Seaport will have at least 12,000 new homes and 35,000 work spaces, as well as public amenities such as pre-schools, schools, and parks, and privately-owned amenities including supermarkets and restaurants.