On Hälsovägen, construction will soon start on 800 new homes, two preschools and premises. New walkways and squares will also be built here. A temporary diversion road has been built on Hälsovägen's central strip. The existing lane on the north side (from Huddingevägen in the direction of Flemingsberg's center) will be closed due to excavation work.
Since September last year, Swedish Radio station SR P4 Stockholm has had a local editorial team based at Södertörn University. The initiative is part of the station’s comprehensive local news coverage in the region. It also creates opportunities for educational co-operation with journalism training at the university.
A new makerspace at KTH in Flemingsberg offers students new opportunities to do more practical engineering work and provides everything from 3D printers to a precision engineering workshop where students can build projects into products.
Flemingsberg’s new lunch restaurant, Marrakesh, has become a firm favourite. The unique concept, with a self-service buffet, has topped expectations.
Huge Bostäder are the first construction company to build new apartments and premises along Hälsovägen. Ground was recently broken for around 209 apartments, of which some 81 will be student accommodation.
Huddinge’s newest high school is now up and running. Widerströmska College is at the heart of Campus Flemingsberg where students can look forward to knowledge exchange with the surrounding higher education institutions.
After negotiations between Huddinge municipality, Stockholm city and Stockholm region, it has been decided that the start of the project for Tramway south, to be drawn from Flemingsberg via Kungens kurva, Skärholmen and on to Älvsjö, will be scheduled for four years.