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Achievements

Here we provide an overview of achievements in the five strategy areas up to and including 2019.

1. Vibrant City

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GoalKPI
1.1 Create a robust and cohesive city structure80% of residents are extremely/fairly satisfied with the accessibility of nearby areas by foot/bike. Resident Survey 2019.
1.2 Contribute to the creation of an equal city54% rental dwellings (of which 8% student dwellings) and 46% tenant-owned dwellings (of which <1% freehold, < 1% semi-detached, 2% 55+). Varied dwelling sizes as follows: 10% one-room, 34% two-room, 29% three-room, 24% four-room, and 3% five-room or larger.
1.3 Plan for well-functioning daily life26% of residents are extremely/fairly satisfied with access to pre-schools and schools, 12% with cultural activities. 47% of residents are extremely/fairly satisfied with access to play areas for children under 6 and for children over 6, that number increases to 26%. (A large proportion of respondents answered: “Don’t know”, presumably as they did not have children in those age groups.) Resident Survey 2019 

64% of residents are extremely/fairly satisfied with access to grocery stores. The equivalent number for restaurants, cafés etc. is 47%. Resident Survey 2019.

72% of residents are extremely/fairly satisfied with access to courtyards and meeting places and 42% with sports and leisure facilities. Resident Survey 2019. 
1.4 Create spaces that are attractive and safe all day, all yearCommercial space: 14%. Public open spaces with social values: 20% (= 19m²/dwelling). 79% of residents are extremely/fairly satisfied with safety in the area. Resident Survey 2019

This strategy helps achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals: 

2. Accessibility and Proximity

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GoalKPI
2.1 Prioritise walking, cycling, and public transport in planningShortcut ratio varies between 1.07 and 1.36 for those who have furthest to walk to key destinations (Norra 2). 89% of residents are extremely/fairly satisfied with access to pathways/pavements. 77% for cycle paths and 66% for public transport. 59% are extremely/fairly satisfied with road safety for pedestrians and 56 for cyclists. Resident Survey 2019.

2.2 bicycle spaces/dwelling on development sites and 0.17 per dwelling on public spaces. 0.5 car parking spaces/dwelling on development sites and 0.14 per dwelling on public spaces. 8% of on-street car parking spaces are reserved for carpooling.
2.2 Plan for living street spaces that support flexible useSee KPI 1.4.
2.3 Infrastructure should support co-loading and efficient, sustainable freightEffects of Co-loading in the construction area is 80%.

This strategy helps achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals:  

3. Resource efficiency and climate responsibility

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GoalKPI
3.1 Continually reduce the amount and increase the purity of wasteResidual waste: 84.8 kg/person (2019) and 97 kg/person (2018).
Newspaper: 10.7 kg/person (2019) and 14.9/person (2018).
Plastic packaging: 7.3 kg/ person (2019) and 9.1 kg/person (2018).
Almost 2.1 tonnes of items got new owners through a mobile reuse centre in 2019.
Construction waste (developers) Average amount of construction waste: 43 kg/m² BTA .
Construction waste (public spaces): 38% was recycled, 28% to energy recovery, 19% reuse, 15% mixed and < 1% to landfill.
3.2Water and wastewater management should be optimised in terms of energy and resource management100% of households and businesses have kitchen grinders.
3.3 Support a circular construction and management process27% of land in the area has been remediated. Mass balance is 39%.
3.4 Efficient energy use in buildings and facilitiesMeasured (requirement 55kWh/m²/year Norra 2) =70kWh/m² Atemp per year (purchased energy).

Dwellings, average measured energy use 22% under applicable Swedish building code regulations in Norra 2.
3.5 Stockholm Royal Seaport is to be fossil-free 2030.Dwellings, average solar energy produced: measured 587MWh el (Norra 2).

8% of on-street car parking are assigned for electrical charging (car-pooling) and there is one fast-charging station. 10% of car parking spaces on development sites have electrical charging, i.e. 0.05 charging posts/dwelling on development sites and 0.01 charging posts/dwelling in public spaces.
3.6 Low climate impact of buildings and facilities from a lifecycle perspectiveAverage climate effect (public spaces): Norra 1: 260 kg CO2e/m², Västra: 840 CO2e /m², Norra 2: 100 CO2e /m².

Climate emissions of energy use in Norra 2: Total amounts are 1,640 tonnes CO2e which is equivalent to 248kg CO2e/person.
3.7 Good indoor environments in design and use of buildings80% of developers meet Miljöbyggnad Guld standard (indoor environment).
Does not include Norra 1, Västra, Värtaterminalen or Södra Värtan.
3.8 Sustainable choice of construction materialsProportion of approved deviations of total notifications: developers: 48%, public spaces: 25%. Does not include Norra 1, Västra, Värtaterminalen or Södra Värtan.

100% of developers and City of Stockholm contractors document materials in digital logbooks.

Wood 100% FSC-labelled, natural stone 100% meet the City of Stockholm’s ethical requirements.
3.9 Support robust constructionLCC for fall protection and vacuum waste systems.

This strategy helps achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals: 

4. Let nature do the work

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GoalKPI
4.1 Use ecosystem services to build a resilient and healthy city environment94% of developers achieve GSI.

100% of dwellings have access to parks and natural areas within 200 metres.

Biochar used in plant beds in Stockholm Royal Seaport have sequestered 1,700 tonnes of CO2.

This strategy helps achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals: 

5. Participation and Consultation

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GoalKPI
5.1 Stimulate active participation in the development of Stockholm Royal Seaport towards a sustainable and open city areaConsultation Gasverket Östra, two information meetings MLC.

90 planter boxes, two theme tours. Gasverksdagen, Frihamnen Live and architecture festival open house attracted a combined total of 8,500 visitors.
5.2 Create conditions for sustainable consumptionPop-up Reuse: twice in the area in 2019 (12,880 visitors and around 7,000 items weighing 2.1 tonnes got new owners).

Car-boot sale in Södra Värtan.
5.3 Private and public activities contribute to the sustainable profile of the areaFour pre-schools out of eight are Green Flag certified.
5.4 Knowledge and experiences generated in Stockholm Royal Seaport is to be shared10 ongoing R&D projects.

Capacity development in 2019: 110 participants.
Capacity development programme had a total of 1,334 participants and forum for sustainable solutions had 1,914 participants.

6,000 study visitors in 2019, 40,000 since 2012.

This strategy helps achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals: