Stockholm is one of the eight FREVUE cities, where the Royal Seaport development (a major mixed-use scheme in an old harbour area of Stockholm) is being built to the latest environmental profile. This urban development contains plans for 12,000 new residences and 35,000 new workspaces and can be compared with other European urban development projects, such as those in Copenhagen, Oslo and Hamburg. Planning work started in the early 2000s and the new city district is fully developed around 2030.
The Stockholm Royal Seaport development area is one of the city’s environmental urban districts and it aims to set an example in sustainable urban development. This means that the City of Stockholm and all other operators involved in developing this urban district are striving for sustainable and resource-efficient construction. The logistics centre coordinates deliveries and materials to be used during construction, and it is responsible for recycling waste and scrap material. The logistics centre enables us to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, reduce waste, improve the work environment and save resources. It can thereby help to create a sustainable future. The logistics centre facilitates good planning, which also creates the preconditions to increase value-adding time and reduce construction costs.
You can learn more about the Stockholm Royal Seaport through these two videos: