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Annedal – a new residential area for children of all ages

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Annedal is built to be a safe, accessible area for everyone, especially families with children. Several sections have been given names from swedish children-books, names such as Mattisborgen, Lönnebergaparken and Pippi Långstrumps gata.

The children’s perspective has been considered in the design of all the open spaces and environments in the new Annedal district. The surroundings must be secure and safe and be able to provide the opportunity to play, develop and learn.

History

Brief history of the Mariehäll area

Development of Mariehäll started at the end of the 1800s, at the same time as neighbouring Sundbyberg. Its location by the Bällstaån river was ideal for industry and, during the 1880s and 1890s, a considerable industrial area developed here. The acute housing shortage in Stockholm around the turn of the last century meant that large areas of land in Mariehäll were divided up into lots for homes. The first houses were of the same kind as those built at the same time in Hagalund, Bromsten, Duvbo, Spånga and other communities along the Västerås railway.

The history behind the building development in Mariehäll has given the district a motley appearance. The south half is made up of a mixture of century-old villas, smaller houses and blocks of flats. North of the Bällstavägen road, large scale industrial and office complexes dating from the 1960s and 1970s have replaced most of the original buildings. A few small blocks of flats stand squeezed in between the industrial buildings.

The quality of two particular buildings distinguishes them from the others. One is Mariehällskyrkan church by the Bällstavägen road, built in the classical style of the 1920s.

The other is Mariehäll Farm from the end of the 1700s, which is situated by Bällsta bridge (picture below).

The parks of Annedal

When planning the area of Annedal, special attention was given to creating green areas. Annedal will feature several parks offering different possibilities and different elements, where existing qualities must be maintained and new functions added.

Annedalsparken (the central park)

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The park is divided into three, with the southern part near Bällstatorget square being made into an activity park for sport, play and a general place for people to meet.
The middle part with a large, open, grassy area is suitable as an area for special activities, such as celebrating Walpurgis, playing rounders, having picnics etc. The school and its playground are adjacent to this part.

In the north, “wild” part of the park, the original landscape has been maintained, with its broken ground and wooded hill.

Lönnebergaparken

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Lönneberga park will feature a hill for sledge riding, a soccer field and an amphi theatre.

Åparken (The River Park)

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Åparken is laid out with different types of meadow vegetation in terraced levels down towards the water. Boardwalks through the vegetation give the park accessibility for walks.

The Bällstaån river has been cleaned and widened. In time, the park can gain considerable ecological and biological value as a wetland.

Parkstråket - "the diagonal walkway"

Through the area there is a tree-lined walkway that starts at Bällstatorget square, goes north through the areas with the large, inner courtyards, across Skolgatan street, and then along the west side of the Central Park.
Along the walkway, which has ample space for pedestrians, cyclists, prams and vehicles for the disabled, there are open spaces and squares where people can have a seat.

Åstråket – the walkway to Sundbyberg

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A river park is being laid out along the Bällstaån river where, via boardwalks, you can walk through the park on both sides of the river. A wider walkway leading towards the centre of Sundbyberg is being made eastwards from Åtorget square on the south side of the Bällsta river.

Move to Annedal?

Approximately 2000 apartments will be built in Annedal. The first ones was ready in the fall of 2010.

Senast uppdaterad 1 oktober 2014

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Status

  • Vision för projektet

    Beskrivning

    Målet i Annedal är att skapa en trygg och säker miljö som erbjuder lek, utveckling och lärande. Den utformas för alla åldrar med flera platser och parker för möten och rekreation. På torgen caféer och i parkerna aktiviteter för idrott och lek, picnic och solbad. Naturmark sparas för naturupplevelser.

  • Planering

    Beskrivning

    Stadens arbeten från och med 2008 innehåller markförberedelser, sprängningsarbeten, breddning av Bällstaån med mera. Bostadsbyggandet startade under hösten 2009 och har haft kontinuerliga inflyttningar i takt med att husen färdigställs.

  • Genomförande

    2020

    Just nu

    Större delen av bostadsproduktionen i Annedal är färdigställd liksom allmänna platser som parker, gator och torg. Mariehällsskolan startade sin verksamhet i augusti 2014.

    Bostadsproduktion pågår i Linaberg, Öster om Tappvägen.

    Den tillfälliga parkeringsytan vid Tappvägen/Annedalsvägen upphör 25 september 2016. Ytan kommer att användas för byggetablering inför kommande byggnation av nya lägenheter inom fastigheten Baltic 8.

    Bällstavägen vid Annedal rustas upp och det arbetet beräknas pågå till hösten 2017.

    Nästa steg

    Ett aktivitetstorg (Bullerbytorget) kommer att byggas i anslutning till Mariehällsskolan. Beräknad byggstart är hösten 2020.

  • Klart

    2020

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