Kiruna

SBB and LKAB develops a new police station in Kiruna

Currently, the police house is located just south of the current center, in a property owned by SBB. With the ongoing social transformation, LKAB is replacing the police station currently owned by SBB with an equivalent building centrally in the new Kiruna center.

The Swedish Police Authority has developed a strategy for the development of its operations until 2024. To be able to implement that strategy, the Police Authority’s premises need to be expanded and developed. SBB is therefore also investing in and expanding the new building in terms of size compared to the previous police station. The new police station is deemed, based on its location and design, to be able to meet the needs of the Swedish Police Authority and is planned to be completed during 2023.

The lease agreement comprising 9,985 sq.m. for the new police station extends over 15 years commencing in 2023 with a total rental value of approximately SEK 250m.

Nyköping

SBB develops a completely new district in Nyköping city center

Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden AB (publ) (”SBB”) owns and is driving the development of a new district in Nyköping. The Nöthagen area is being transformed from an industrial area into a new district with housing, trade, businesses and a school / preschool. In total, the zoning plan enables approximately 1,600 homes. New public squares and a large public park are included in the zoning plan. Parts of the industrial buildings of cultural and historical interest are preserved and combined with the new buildings. The meeting between old and new becomes an important part of Nöthagen’s identity. In the area, new preschools, primary schools and also higher education such as upper secondary school or post-secondary education are planned. The housing units can accommodate elderly care homes, rent regulated residentials and condominiums.

Skellefteå

New Cultural Center in Skellefteå

Sara Cultural Center in Skellefteå/Sweden will be one of the tallest wood buildings in the world when opening to the public in 2021.
The 20-storey building will contain two theatres, an art center, a library, and many public spaces for people to meet. The vision for the cultural center is to become the “living room”
of the city; a melting pot for ideas and cultural exchange.