Campus development

That our campus areas develop and provide higher education institutions with the right conditions over time is crucial for us as a company. The key to success is to find close and good forms of collaboration with our customers where we can translate visions into concrete development and action plans.

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Vacant premises

Our knowledge environments are dynamic places where the core focuse is on education and research, but also on entrepreneurship and innovation. We have modern labs and offices for rent at several of our campuses.

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Campus development

That our campus areas develop and provide higher education institutions with the right conditions over time is crucial for us as a company. The key to success is to find close and good forms of collaboration with our customers where we can translate visions into concrete development and action plans.

Read more

Vacant premises

Our knowledge environments are dynamic places where the core focuse is on education and research, but also on entrepreneurship and innovation. We have modern labs and offices for rent at several of our campuses.

Read more

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Sustainability

Our approach to sustainability


Our four dimensions of sustainability

We manage and develop world-class sustainable campuses. Our four sustainability dimensions are ecological, social, economic, and cultural sustainability, and our sustainability efforts are based on Agenda 2030 and the UN's Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

Ecological sustainability

We are part of an ecosystem with limited resources and are doing what we can to reduce climate change.

We meet this through the goal of becoming climate neutral by 2035 throughout the value chain and our goal of reducing the amount of energy delivered by 50 percent between 2000 and 2025.

We invest in energy-efficient campuses with solar energy and aim to contribute to a fossil-free transition of society. We reduce our new construction and primarily develop the existing buildings we already have on campus. New buildings and major renovations are certified with Miljöbyggnad.

Ecological sustainability also includes improving biodiversity on campus and reducing our negative impact on biodiversity throughout the value chain. 

Social sustainability

Social sustainability for us encompasses vibrant campuses that promote social interactions and where everyone feels welcome. It also involves working with a sustainable supply chain with proper requirements and follow-up in our projects.

We aim to be a gender-equal company and always strive for healthy employees and zero workplace accidents.

Economic sustainability

We use our resources efficiently, future-proof our properties and work to ensure that our business is long-term and sustainable.   

Economic sustainability involves being both sustainable and profitable over time. We future-proof our campuses against a changing climate and work to increase the number of buildings classified as sustainable according to the EU taxonomy.

To make the most of our resources, we work to increase the utilization rate of our facilities, reduce our water usage, and have initiated a circular transformation of our entire operation. To succeed, we use data-driven local optimization and follow the four-step principle to minimize the amount of new materials.

Cultural sustainability

We nurture our historic campus environments and make them more attractive and inspiring with design and art. 

Cultural sustainability can concretely involve us, as property owners, preserving and developing our historical and cultural buildings and campuses for future generations.

It is also about developing a good place identity on our campuses in collaboration with our customers, which includes issues such as managing existing and installing new art.  

We get more circular as property owners

Building houses is a climate-intensive business. At least it can be. As property owners, we are now trying to find more circular processes to reduce our climate footprint. We are in the middle of a sustainable transition where we are reducing the proportion of new construction and instead focusing on developing and optimising the existing portfolio.