Stockholm Royal Seaport

Sustainability Report

Achievements

Here's an overview of all achievements related to the five goals to and including 2021.

1. Vibrant City

1.1 An equal city

52% of the apartments in Stockholm Royal Seaport are rental apartments and 48% are tenant-owned apartments. 8% of the rental apartments are student accommo­dation.

Apartment sizes vary as follows: 10% (one-room apartments), 33% (two-room), 29% (three-room), 23% (four-room), and 4% (five-rooms or more)

To date commercial space accounts for about 20%.

The land allocation competition in Kolkajen was about developing concepts for designing housing for a greater diversity of people and increasing the employment of people outside the labor market.

1.2 Active daily life

To date, we have built 1 elementary school, 10 pre-school, and 1 sports hall. According to the 2019 residents survey, residents are extremely or fairly satisfied with access to:

  • pre-schools and schools 26%.
  • culture activities 12%.
  • supermarkets 64%.
  • restaurants, cafés etc. 47%
  • squares and meeting places 72%.
  • sports and leisure activities 42%.

1.3 Create spaces that are attractive and safe all day, all year

The residents survey from 2019, showed that the proportion who feel safe in the area has decreased from 91% in 2016 to 79% in 2019, men and women's responses do not differ.

To date, 10 safety walks have been completed, none were completed in 2021.

16% of , which corresponds to 26m2 per dwelling. It is 11m2 green oases per resident.

The plot ratio for Stockholm Royal Seaport is 2,3 which is higher than the rest of Stockholm. Hammarby Sjöstad has a plot ratio of 1,7 while Hagastaden has a 7,2 if compared to other inner city projects.

The strategy Vibrant City contributes to the UN global goals for sustainable development:

2. Accessibility and Proximity

2.1 Easy to live without a car

Stockholm Royal Seaport is served by a metro, several bus lines and a shuttle boat. The majority of developers meet the requirements for parking spaces for bicycles and cars. In total, approximately 7,490 bicycle spaces and 1980 car spaces have been built for 6,970 people. 8% of the car parking spaces on the street are set aside for car pools.

The residents survey from 2019 shows that:

  • 66% are satisfied with public transport. This is an improvement compared to 2016 when 42% answered that they were satisfied. Those over 65 are generally more satisfied with public transport than other age groups. More residents are satisfied with the access to walking and cycling paths and the opportunity to walk or cycle to nearby neighborhoods.
  • Safety safety is perceived as good by 55% of cyclists and 59% of pedestrians. Compared to with 43% for pedestrians and cyclists in 2016.
  • 42% use public transport at least five days a week during the winter, which is slightly more compared to 2016 when it was 39%. During the winter months, residents use public transport to a greater extent to get to or from the area. The corresponding proportion during the summer is slightly smaller, probably because the proportion who walk or cycle is often larger.

2.2 Efficient, sustainable freight transport

Locally established (2013) and (2018).

  • Co-loading of the Construction Consolidation Centre is 63% (goal 75%) and full loaded in direct transport is 73 % (goal 50%).
  • The Mass Consolidation Centre and the development work that has been done with crushing and bulk materials management close to urban areas have reduced mass transports by 69%.

2.3 Street as a meeting place

Streets for activity and recreation are planned in future stages.

2.4 Five minutes to basic amenities

Everyday services such as a grocery store, preschool and bus stops are within a 5-minute walk.

All residents have a park within 200 meters.

The strategy Accessibility and Proximity contributes to the UN global goals for sustainable development:

3. Resource Efficiency and Reduced Climate Impact

3.1 Reduce amounts of waste

To date, 212,800 m² of land has been remediated, equivalent to 29% of the area.

874,500 tonnes of excavated materials have been recycled in Stockholm Royal Seaport, which means that approximately 56,000 round-trip journeys have been avoided.

437,400 m³ drainage-pump water has been remediated.

in Stockholm Royal Seaport is 104 kg per person/year. According to the resident survey, four out of five households always sort their waste, with the exception of textiles and furniture where the proportion is half. (2019)

Pop-up Reuse has so far been visited by 20,700 people, 12,300 items were given new owners and 6.2 tonnes have been recycled.

The amount of construction waste in new construction varies greatly between the developers; from 25 to 158 kg/m2 GFA.

Distribution of construction waste public open space: 64% material recycling, 34% energy recycling, 2% mixed and 0% to landfill. Some reuse of materials and equipment has taken place.

3.2 Resource-efficient water and effluents

100% of households, 67% of businesses with pentry and 84% of businesses with kitchen have waste grinders installed.

3.3 Fossil-fuel free energy and transport system

On average, Norra 2 is 67 kWh/m² which is 22% above Stockholm Royal Seaports requirement, but 26% below the then applicable Swedish building code regulations. On average, Brofästet is 67 kWh/m², 12% above Stockholm Royal Seaports requirements, but 23% below the then applicable Swedish building code regulations.

According to the 2019 residents survey, 33% of households have agreements on eco-labeled energy.

In total, approximately 1,040 MWh of solar energy is generated locally each year.

8% of car parking spaces in public open space have electrical charging (carpooling) and a fast charging station. 14% of car parking spaces on development sites have electrical charging.

There are currently three filling stations for 100 in Stockholm Royal Seaport.

In 2021, the City of Stockholm’s work (fuels for transport and machinery) has reduced emissions by approximately 1,065 tonnes CO2e , partly through increased use of HVO in contractors and partly through local handling and reuse of masses.

In 2021, the share of renewable fuel used for truck transports made by the City of Stockholm’s own contractors in Stockholm Royal Seaport amounted to 0% and 55% for machinery.

3.4 Low climate impact

Average climate impact (public open spaces): Norra 1: 460 kg CO2e /m2 , Västra: 3,130 kg CO2e /m2 , Norra 2: 270 kg. CO2e /m2 .

Climate impact from energy use in Norra 2: Total amount is 1,640 tonnes CO2e equivalent to approx. 248 kg CO2e /person.

3.5 Good indoor climates

82% (23 of 28) of developers meet gold standard for indoor environments.

The 2019 residents survey shows that 93% of the residents feel that the availability of daylight is generally good or very good, 81% believe that the air quality and 58% that the temperature is very or quite good in their home.

3.6 Sustainable selection of building materials

7 out of 8 wood products on public open spaces used are FSC- or PEFC-labeled. Pressure treated timber is not used in the area and all stones have been checked based on ethical requirements.

Proportion of non-approved deviation of total registered deviations:

  • developers: 47%.
  • public spaces: 77%.

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

-based fall protection and waste bins connected to the vacuum waste collection system in 2019.

The strategy Resource Efficiency and Reduced Climate Impact contributes to the UN global goals for sustainable development:

4. Let nature do the work

4.1 Use ecosystem services

93% property developers fulfil GSI.

26,400m² green roofs and 47,300m² courtyards have been completed. 14 hectares of green spaces such as green oases, green roofs, and courtyards have been created to date.

33,400m² of park space has been created, which corresponds to five football fields. The park areas correspond to 11m² per dwelling.

Street vegetation and rain gardens total 15,000m².

590 trees of about 20 different tree species have been planted.

1,600 water salamanders have been moved from a pond at the oil tanks in Loudden to a new pond at Kaknästornet.

The resident survey shows that 68% are satisfied with the outdoor environment in their courtyards. 87% are satisfied with the outdoor environment in the area and that 84% visit parks and nature areas daily or several times a week. (2019)

The strategy Let nature do the work contributes to the UN global goals for sustainable development:

5. Consultation and Learning

5.1 Stimulate long-term participation

2021: 90 plant boxes, 6 viewings of hives, 2 thematic tours, Open House Stockholm with 200 visitors in person and 1,400 vistors online via a 360-map over the area and Park(ing) day with 500 visitors.

5.2 Sustainable consumption

Pop-up Reuse have to date has 20,700 visitors in Stockholm Royal Seaport. The idea for Pop-up Reuse comes from an innovation work within the framework of the project.

To date, 5 people outside the labor market have been employed for a shorter period of time. In 2021, one person was employed as an intern for one month.

4 pre-schools of 10 are Green Flag certified.

5.3 Innovation and development

About 40 R&D projects have been completed. 11 ongoing R&D projects. To date, just over 4,000 community builders have participated in various capacity development programs and just over 9,800 in introductory training at the . 2,000 community builders have participated in the Forum for Sustainable Solutions.

To date, 43,800 people from more than 120 countries have been on study visits to Stockholm Royal Seaport.

The strategy Consultation and Learning contributes to the UN global goals for sustainable development: