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Creating Public Realm Accessibility & Inclusivity Pollution Reduction
public environment, urban planning, portable park, climate, trees

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Start of operations

Year 2021

Scale of operations area

Municipality

Duration

Permanent

Application Locations

Helsingborg (Sweden)
Best Practice essentials
The Challenge

A flexible approach for building the sustainable city


Helsingborg has ambitious plans to transform into a more sustainable city that is also both a liveable and an attractive place for its residents. To do so quickly and cost-efficiently, Helsingborg has been testing flexible solutions to create resilience for the sometimes unknown needs of the citizens. By integrating "new learning as we go," the city gathers citizen input at an early stage before (expensive) permanent decisions are made.

The Solution

Enhancing urban greenery by nurturing trees in a portable park


One of these flexible solutions has been to create a temporary urban park by building a plant nursery in the middle of the city. 

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Lead operator
Organisation name

Helsingborg stad

Organisation type

Public Authority - City

Other entities involved in the implementation
Organisation name

Växtkraft i Skåne Tranås AB

Organisation type

Business - SME

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