Rendering of an apartment building from Rodalen.

Materiality analysis

Our stakeholder groups
  • Investors
  • Financiers
  • Advisers
  • Owners
  • Tenants
  • Suppliers
  • Board of Directors
  • Employees
  • Management
  • Municipalities
  • Cooperation partners

Slättö's sustainable development strategy

Slättö has conducted a comprehensive review of the business in order to identify the most essential areas for our sustainability work. This materiality analysis included an investigation of external factors, internal reviews of all business areas and a dialog with all our stakeholder groups.

Based on the materiality analysis and the prioritized sustainability issues, Slättö has defined three main areas that form the basis for future-proofing our business. Our agenda creates an overview of our responsibilities and our work going forward.


Environment & Climate

We all face a huge challenge to limit global warming. Awareness of the climate issue and the desire to change is constantly increasing - as is the sense of responsibility and understanding. The construction and real estate sector accounts for a large part of the world's emissions, which means that Slättö bears a great responsibility.

We want to contribute to urban development through sustainable development of properties that meet today's needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. Slättö will actively work with the transition and strive for climate-neutral operations. All investments are assessed based on climate and environmental aspects in order to identify and promote materials, constructions and installations with lower impact.


Social responsibility

Our success is based on our collective expertise. For us, it is important that our workplace is characterized by an inclusive and stimulating culture where differences are considered and promoted. We will never compromise the transparency and high business ethics on which our business is based, and the work we do should make us proud. We are absolutely convinced that well-being and performance go hand in hand, which is why we want to promote our employees' private and professional health through, for example, far-reaching wellness programs.


Collaboration

 In our work, we interact with many different actors, from daily contact with our tenants to contractors and financiers. Our suppliers and partners play a significant role in our sustainability work. Together, we create the conditions for a sustainable value chain by taking responsibility outside our direct operations. We know that we have a great opportunity to influence through close cooperation and clear requirements.

Till Our agenda sub-areas are linked to objectives in order to clearly monitor the work, take improvement measures at an early stage and identify opportunities and challenges. The objectives have been linked to a selection of the UN's global goals. 

Environment & Climate
- How do we make an impact?
Carbon dioxide emissions
Circularity
Energy efficiency
Social responsibility
- How do we work?
Safe and inclusive workplace
Skills development
Gender equality and diversity
Collaboration
- How do we interact with the world around us?
Business ethics and transparency
Sustainable supply chain
Sustainable urban development
Slättö's sustainability work is and shall be integrated into the daily work that takes place in all business areas. To ensure this, frameworks and guidelines are established that are adopted and revised by the company's Board of Directors annually. Our investments shall be based on well-founded decisions by weighing sustainability criteria and significant sustainability risks in order to ensure long-term value development.

The future is here!

Slättö is part of the transformation of the Port of Norrtälje from an old industrial area to a marine meeting place with a focus on sustainability. During the initial part of 2021, the Rödalen project was initiated. The overall goal and purpose of the project is to achieve the least possible environmental and climate impact during construction as well as during the entire life cycle of the building.

In the project, the environmental and climate impact has been taken into account in the choice of materials and construction in order to reduce the footprint. Our choices should promote a long-term approach, increase the use of local resources and enable closed cycles. The property is designed in accordance with Miljöbyggnad Silver, which in addition to environmental requirements takes into account social aspects in the form of noise levels, indoor climate during the summer and winter months and daylight. Renewable energy will be produced locally by installing solar cells on the roof. The energy generated will be used to charge electric vehicles or partially supply the property with household electricity.

Tenants are offered the opportunity to grow food in the courtyard and on the roof. It doesn't get more organic and locally grown than that. Consideration has also been given to the possibility of tenants making a positive contribution to sustainable transportation through electric vehicle pools. Public transport timetables will be displayed in real time on digital screens to make the neighborhood sustainable in the long term.

The housing to be built in the Port of Norrtälje will include:

  • Reduced climate impact through renewable materials and reduced transportation compared to traditional construction.
  • Locally produced solar energy to power rechargeable vehicles.
  • Mobility solutions that enable sustainable transportation for tenants.
  • Growing facilities for tenants.
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