Sustainable cities through
an integrated approach
Agneta Persson
Global Director Designing Future Cities
An integrated approach makes the difference!

Community

Economy

Infrastructur

Ecology

Urban
development

Indoor
climat...
Future Energy – a strategy for sustainable energy systems

Reduce energy end use

Minimise losses
in all parts of the
chai...
Lots of good examples - sustainable city districts in development

Some of the examples:
• Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm
• R...
Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm
Young, dynamic, modern and
global
Integrated systems

Motto: ”Twice as good!”
•

Sustainable t...
Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm
Integrated systems

www.onspotstory.com/sv/webapp/guide/sv/1175
Stockholm Royal Seaport – A world class sustainable city district

19 000 inhabitants

C
i
t
y

30 000 working spaces
Goal...
Brunnshög, Lund’s new city district
The energy utility a main driver:
• Sustainable energy master planning
• Energy scenar...
H+ a sustainable city district in Helsingborg
Another energy utility driven development:

Can the energy positive goal be ...
Sustainable City Districts – a comparison
District

Royal Seaport

Brunnshög

H+

City

Stockholm

Lund

Helsingborg

Popu...
Masthusen, Western Harbour, Malmö
BREEAM Communities paves the way
Sustainable City Districts – key learnings
 Integrated services necessary for sustainable development
 Involve important...
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An Overview of District-Scale Sustainability in Sweden

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Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson

  1. 1. Sustainable cities through an integrated approach Agneta Persson Global Director Designing Future Cities
  2. 2. An integrated approach makes the difference! Community Economy Infrastructur Ecology Urban development Indoor climate Energy & Climate Climate adaptation Project Managment, Sustainability Management, Process and Communication Transport & mobility
  3. 3. Future Energy – a strategy for sustainable energy systems Reduce energy end use Minimise losses in all parts of the chain Closed eco loops Renewable energy supply
  4. 4. Lots of good examples - sustainable city districts in development Some of the examples: • Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm • Royal Seaport, Stockholm • Brunnshög, Lund • H+, Helsingborg • Storsjö strand, Östersund • Ecostry, Örnsköldsvik • City of Sigtuna • City of Lidingö • Slussen, Stockholm • City of Eskilstuna • Saltängen, Norrköping • Hyllie, Malmö • Rosengård, Malmö • Östra Sala Backe, Uppsala • Western Harbour (Masthusen), Malmö
  5. 5. Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm Young, dynamic, modern and global Integrated systems Motto: ”Twice as good!” • Sustainable transports • Energy • Recycling • Water • Green areas • ICT
  6. 6. Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm Integrated systems www.onspotstory.com/sv/webapp/guide/sv/1175
  7. 7. Stockholm Royal Seaport – A world class sustainable city district 19 000 inhabitants C i t y 30 000 working spaces Goals: Royal Seaport Image source: City of Stockholm Foto: Stockholms stads exploateringskontor och stadsbyggnadskontor genom Dynagraph AB • Fossil fuel free by 2030 • CO2 < 1,5 ton per capita by 2020 • Climate adaptation Focus areas: • Energy demand • Transport • Climate adaptation • Closed eco loops • Life style
  8. 8. Brunnshög, Lund’s new city district The energy utility a main driver: • Sustainable energy master planning • Energy scenarios • Energy supply • Measures for a CO2 neutral city district • Smart grids • Climate adaptation • Strategic advice
  9. 9. H+ a sustainable city district in Helsingborg Another energy utility driven development: Can the energy positive goal be achieved in the H+ district?  Energy positive  Primary energy  Cost neutral  Best Practice
  10. 10. Sustainable City Districts – a comparison District Royal Seaport Brunnshög H+ City Stockholm Lund Helsingborg Population 19 000 10 000 10 000 Working spaces 30 000 15 000 11 600 Energy strategy 1,5 ton CO2/cap. 150 % energy Energy positive In common:  1) Low energy demand  2) Renewable energy
  11. 11. Masthusen, Western Harbour, Malmö BREEAM Communities paves the way
  12. 12. Sustainable City Districts – key learnings  Integrated services necessary for sustainable development  Involve important stakeholders as early as possible – area specific agreements have proven to be very useful  Build on existing knowledge, check what other cities have done before getting started  An early analysis of potential conflicts of interest can help avoid a lot of problems later in the development  A sustainability coordinator makes a huge difference  Sustainability certification schemes can help organise the work efficiently  It’s like a relay race, efficient handovers between phases are crucial agneta.persson@wspgroup.se +46-10 722 86 98
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