City Development Committee

The City Development Committee has collective responsibility for land management and housing development. It is also responsible for implementing plans for the physical environment in Stockholm.

The City Development Committee is also responsible for the administration and development of district land, streets, parks and green areas owned by the City. The objective is to ensure that the City is an attractive place to live, that business is offered good conditions and that ecological aspects are considered in planning and execution. Activities are to be characterised by environmental thinking in line with Agenda 21 and the Environment Programme.

The City Development Committee is responsible for the City Development Department.

The committee meets ten times a year. The committee consists of 13 members and 13 substitute members.

The City Development Committee is appointed by the City Council.