Social sustainability and cooperation

Building urban districts is not a job for lone wolves. Many different skills are required along with enthusiasts who ensure that visions become reality. In the long term, we always work closely with municipalities and develop the city together. We also get regular help from outside expertise in certification matters, sustainability forums and cross-industry bodies, ensuring that we are constantly developing as an industry. Then there are other forms of collaboration that are extra dear to us, where we have the opportunity to support positive social development in a more social way.

Through our urban development, we influence the development of society and through long-term and sustainable work, we can create good conditions for both residents, workers and visitors. Our commitment extends beyond the individual building and includes the place, the contents, the environment, but above all the people.

Active children

We like to see children and young people getting exercise and eating healthily. We know it improves both their quality of life and their life expectancy. For a child today, a healthy lifestyle can mean another six years of life. We work on these issues with a number of sports associations and Prince Daniel’s Generation Pep.

It’s not only in the areas of diet and exercise that children may need support. At least as important is our work with Childhood. The soul also needs to be in good shape, and we want the children in our city to have as good conditions for this as possible.

Our other collaborations


The Swedish Energy Agency’s customer group for properties.


(Swedish Property Federation) a trade organisation working for a sustainable and well-functioning property market.


Environmentally assessed building materials, efficient and accessible project management.

Städa Sverige

Sweden’s biggest operative environmental organisation.

Hållbara fastigheter

Forum for sustainable properties, 
City of Stockholm.

AIK Fotboll och Hockey

Comprises women’s and youth sports.

Changed 19 April 2024