Stockholm is growing rapidly and 140,000 new homes are planned by 2030. Stockholm Royal Seaport is the largest urban development area in Sweden with 12,000 new homes and 35,000 workplaces.
According to a decision by Stockholm City Council in 2010, the Stockholm Royal Seaport is to be a sustainable urban district and an international model for sustainable urban planning. Planning work started in the early 2000s and the new city district will be fully developed around 2030.
The CIVIC project will test and demonstrate
Construction projects in a major urban area, with a dense population and limited space for additional transport operations, call for new solutions in terms of transport as well as for managing consolidation of construction material deliveries. The Royal Seaport area will be the focus of the demonstration, with inland waterways and a construction consolidation center operated by Servistik forming the basis for evaluation in Stockholm. The demonstration in Stockholm will be the fourth demonstration and builds on experiences from the three previous three demonstration projects.
- Participatory decision-making
- Optimized transport planning
- Smart governance concepts
Facts about the Stockholm Royal Seaport
|Construction start: 2011
Size: 236 hectares
Total investment: EUR 2,2 billion
Land owned by: City of Stockholm
Target energy use: 55 kWh/m²/year
Target emission rates: Carbon dioxide emissions below 1.5 ton per person by 2020, adapted to climate change, and fossil-fuel free by 2030
Public transport: Metro, biogas and electric hybrid buses, and commuter boat
1% of the investments is committed to art
National demonstration partners
- Chalmers University of Technology
- Linköping University
- City of Stockholm
- Swedish Transport Administration
- Älvstranden Utveckling