Through co-owned Visio, Fabege and Peab share development rights for the Råsunda property. The original property comprised approximately 16,000 sqm of existing office buildings, 19,000 sqm of commercial development rights and 70,000 sqm of housing development rights.
Citylab Action is a forum for sharing best practice in sustainable urban development organised by the Sweden Green Building Council (SGBC). Involvement means that Fabege will establish a sustainability program, action plans, objectives and measures to methodically develop Solna Business Park in a sustainable direction.
Profit after tax for the first nine months of the year amounted to SEK 2,054m (828), corresponding to SEK 12.42 per share (5.01). Rental income declined to SEK 1,493m (1,565) due to a smaller property portfolio than in the year-earlier period. In an identical portfolio, income rose approximately 4 per cent. Investments, rising market rents and lower yield requirements in the market contributed to a high surplus ratio and strong value growth in the property portfolio.
Fabege secures contract with EVRY at Solna Business Park.
EVRY has decided to renew its contract with Fabege for the Sliparen 2 property and has signed a 12-year contract for approximately 12,000 sqm. EVRY’s operations will thus remain at the same address, but the company’s Swedish head office will be refurbished to meet new needs and requirements for a more flexible way of working.
Climate and Economic Research in Organizations (CERO) is a concept developed to assist organisations identify economically sustainable strategies in order to achieve climate targets for travel. Employees’ travel patterns and acceptance of alternative measures are analysed and modelled explicitly to achieve maximum support in the organisation. The model was developed as part of a doctoral thesis at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and is currently applied by several major companies and players in the public sector.