95 billion Euro investment potential in the Stockholm region
Stockholm is expanding rapidly. In 2020 the city will have 1 million inhabitants and by 2030, the city will reach 1.4 million. To ensure Stockholm's continued economic growth, more than EUR 95 billion in investments in the region are planned by 2030.
Stockholm is experiencing one of its most intensive building periods since the big urbanization of the 1960s. This means increased demand for construction companies, together with with new markets for suppliers of green products and services, sustainable construction and new building methods. The biggest investment is in the building of new housing, with a total value of EUR 45 billion. Investments will be also be made in several community development projects where the railway and tramway are major areas of expansion with plans to invest EUR 13 billion.
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The Stockholm Bypass links the northern and southern parts of the county. The estimated time for completion is 10 years and the total project investment is going to be worth EUR 3.1 billion. There will be procurement contracts up for bidding with a total value of EUR 2.5 billion.
Expanded Metro system
Ten new stations will be built in Stockholm's subway system along with 20 kms of new lines. The total investment volume is EUR 3 billion and the construction period lasts between 2016 and 2025.
The East Link
A 150 km double-track railway that will be able to take Sweden's first high-speed trains with a maximum speed of 320 km/h. The project runs between 2010 and 2028. The procurement started in 2014 and the construction starts in 2016.
The Mälaren Line
A railway project northeast of Stockholm. The project has a total value of about EUR 1.5 billion and is organised in three phases starting in 2012, 2016 and 2025. An old double railway be replaced with a new one and another new double track will be built.
The Royal Seaport
An innovative and sustainable new district in the northern part of central Stockholm, with an investment value of approximately EUR 10 billion. In addition to 12,000 new homes, a modern port and 600,000 sq m of commercial space will be created.
The housing project Stockholmshusen is launched to rapidly provide the population of Stockholm with an affordable housing alternative. The project will be launched in a total of 8 tenders and the first tender is valued at about EUR 160 million. The total value of the project is EUR 1 billion.
A growing city
The county of Stockholm is expected to grow with 35 000 inhabitants per year, equivalent to 2 buses per day.
Stockholm is doing the largest subway extension project in Europe, extending with ten new stations to a budget of EUR 3 billion.
95 billion Euros
The total investment volume in the Stockholm region is 95+ billion Euros until 2030.
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