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.
Sharing best practice between various players and urban development initiatives is a key building block in CityLab Action. Through physical and digital forums, knowledge is shared among diverse projects, municipalities and property owners.
“Although we have learned a lot about sustainable urban development in our work with Arenastaden, we are looking forward to fine-tuning our processes and learning more from the best practices of others. Urban development projects are faced with many challenges associated with the development of a vibrant, accessible and service-oriented city that supports far-reaching climate and transportation targets. The importance of cooperation to achieve success in the development of tomorrow’s cities cannot be stressed enough,” comments Mia Häggström, Environment and Operational Technique Manager at Fabege.
There is significant potential in the area for continued sustainable development. The unique transport connections where local passenger services and inter-city trains converge in a hub, the developed service for bicycle commuters, the newly established pocket parks and the committed office tenants that prioritise sustainability form a solid basis as Fabege now takes the next step in the development of tomorrow’s Solna Business Park.
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