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Renewal of urban industrial areas by energy and cycle adapted, building-integrated, green systems

Reference number
Funding from Vinnova SEK 485 396
Project duration January 2015 - August 2015
Status Completed
Venture Challenge-Driven Innovation – Stage 1 initiation

Purpose and goal

The project has attained its aim to create a broad constellation of companies and organizations, as well as the objective to creating a concept for building integrated green functional structures in urban industrial areas. Identified innovative solutions are packaged into a concept which may contribute to make urban industrial and business areas more sustainable and attractive, and increase its companies competitiveness.

Results and expected effects

The developed the concept has potential to channel a green renewal of existing urban industrial and business areas, making them attractive, sustainable and strengthen their competitiveness. The beginning of a district renewal, which contributes to an infill of the city and creating attractive affordable facilities for tomorrows businesses. Work is in progress to get a decision on developing a new local plan to take the project to the next step. Several smaller investments / activities / studies in the concept´s spirit have been carried out in Högdalen.

Approach and implementation

The concept has been developed through professionally managed workshops, one with external stakeholders, and five within the constellation, as well as through individual meetings and discussions with various stakeholders. The project has collaborated with Cleantech Högdalen, Högdalsgruppen, City of Stockholm, with local property owners and operators, and others.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2014-04283

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