The people of the country are increasing, cities growing and growing environmental pollution. People are looking to big cities. Not least, firms wishing to locate in attractive environments in these cities. For Local Authorities means such establishments of business development of the economy. The development also complies with responsibility for municipal politicians. And to avoid straining the environment even more one want to create something that is sustainable into the future. Haninge municipality wishing to develop business in the municipality to create a second business park in addition to the already known Jordbro Business Park. The park is located in Albyberg in Alby, near highway 73. The aim for the politicians is set to sustainable urban development. To develop a modern business park that hopefully will serve as a model for future business parks on sustainability. To achieve this, the Haninge municipality set certain requirements for exploitation and for which companies will establish themselves. It can be a design and format that gives rise to a low energy, using materials that have minimal environmental impact, green spaces, good lighting, a joint center for developing in ecology and sustainable urban development, etc.
A survey study conducted shows that the attitude towards Haninge is positive among firms in different industries. The survey also reveals that the attitude of the participating companies is quite positive for a particular Sustainable urban development and wind energy. The municipality declares the planning program from January 2006 that it will create opportunities to build a center for research and development, and a cars-on-rail system who commute between Haninge C and Albyberg Business Park. The survey shows that the attitude is quite positive for a center for research and development, but weak for a cars-on-rail system as a collective means of transport.
Albyberg is a major activity of about 81 hectares of land. The exploitation of the area is divided into five stages according to the planning program from 2006. The report highlights how the exploitation spreadsheet looks like and explains the detailed financial terms. A rough estimate for the exploitation phase 1 shows that a price below SEK 800 per square meter did not provide enough income to cover the costs of the common auxiliary devices for the first phase.
For external developers end up disposable costs for the creation of a developer around SEK 11 000 per square meter in Albyberg Business Park, including construction costs, according to cost estimates.