Presentation on theme: "Linköping where ideas come to life –. Linköping in brief One of Swedens fastest growing cities with almost 150 000 inhabitants. High technology of world."— Presentation transcript:
Linköping in brief One of Swedens fastest growing cities with almost 150 000 inhabitants. High technology of world class. An innovative university. Vibrant commerce. Dynamic – 42% of the population are incomers. Low average age – 39.2 years. Close cooperation between business, municipality and university. Increasingly intensive collaboration with Norrköping and other neighbouring municipalities. Lowest tax rate in the region, 20,4%
Industry and commerce Strong growth. Approximately 700 new companies per year. More than 10 000 registered companies. 63 % knowledge-intensive companies. 80% have 1-5 employees. Several well-known companies eg Ericsson, Motorola, Autoliv, Sectra, IFS, Cloetta, etc.
Labour market Proportion of the City of Linköping in gainful employment 2009 Retail, personal services – 26% Healthcare– 18% Finance and corporate services – 16% Manufacturing, energy– 15% Education and research – 12% Public bodies, other– 6% Construction – 6% Agriculture, forestry – 1%
The 10 largest employers 2010 County Council Östergötland Linköping Municipality Saab Linköping University Ericsson Attendo Care (healthcare) ISS Facility Services (facilities management) Scan Academic Work Sweden (recruitment agency) Carema Care No. of employees 4 200 3 800 1 300 825 775 525 525 475 11 300 7 800
Linköping University 27 000 students of whom 6 000 at Campus Norrköping. 3 800 employees. 300 professors, 1 500 researchers. Tradition of renewal and interdisciplinary cooperation. Swedens biggest for professional courses. World-leading research in materials science, bioelectronics and international migration. Linköping students among the fastest to get established in the labour market and have the highest average salary one year after graduation.
Mjärdevi Science Park Inaugurated in 1984. 250 companies. 34% spin-offs from Linköping University. 6 000 employees. Focus areas: Image processing and Communication. Automotive safety. Mobile broadband.
Housing and new construction Houses and low-rise apartments High-rise apartments Planned new houses and apartments by 2020 23 736 46 671 7 384 Figures from 2009
Education 2010 No. of students Municipal schools Independent schools Elementary school Yrs 1-9 12 0141 857 4 2061 496 High school
Events, culture and art Cloetta Center. Konsert och Kongress. Östgöta Theatre. Östergötland Museum. Swedish Air Force Museum. Gamla Linköping open-air museum. Passagen Art Museum. Galleries. Libraries and mobile library.
Sports and leisure Elite teams in ice hockey, football and volleyball. Youth sport. 80 football pitches. 43 ice rinks. 24 open-air pools. 35 fitness trails. 5 golf courses. 19 sport halls. 480 km pedestrian and cycle paths.
Good communications Car On the E4 motorway. Centrally located airport with daily flights to Copenhagen and Amsterdam. 30 daily departures to Stockholm. 26 daily departures to Malmö. Commuter trains to Norrköping and Jönköping with departures every 20 minutes.. Train Air
Stockholm Göteborg Köpenhamn Malmö The heart of Southern Sweden To Stockholm By train: 1,40 hrs. By car: 2,15 hrs. To Göteborg By train: 3,15 hrs. By car: 3 hrs. To Malmö By train: 2,45 hrs. By car: 4,15 hrs. To Copenhagen By air: 1,10 hrs.
Part of the Twin Cities of Sweden 170 000 jobs within a 45-minute commute. 420 000 inhabitants. 36 000 companies.
Linköping´s famous names Elsa Brändström Johan Krouthén Tage Danielsson Cecilia Frode Thomas Johansson Mons Kallentoft Louise Hoffsten Lars Winnerbäck
Comprehensive services - 7 800 employees. Politically governed organisation. Carries out governmental, obligatory assignments and own, voluntary assignments. Tax funded for the most part. City of Linköping
Duties of a municipality Voluntary activities: Leisure and culture. Technical service. Energy provision. Street maintenance. Common, obligatory activities for municipalities and county councils Regional och local public transportation. Obligatory activities: Social care (care of the elderly as well as individual and family care.) Preschool, elementary- and high school. Planning and building affairs. Environmental and health protection. Sanitation and waste management. Water and sewage. Rescue services. Civil defence. Libraries.
Authority of municipalities and county councils. Conditions for the work in the City Council and committees. Regulations for the elected. Regulations for the Finance Administration. Regulations for the audit. Legality verification in judicial review court of municipal decisions. Local government Act Forms for the municipal democracy and self-government
The City Council Elected by local residents every four years. Ultimate responsibility for governing the municipality. Decides on guidelines for key issues of principle and strategy. Appoints boards, working committees and other committees. Decides on budget and local taxation.
Ann-Cathrine Hjerdt (M) Mayor Moderate party 25 Liberal Party 7 Centre Party 6 Christian Democrats 3 Social Democrats 24 Green Party 8 Sweden Democrats 3 Left Party 3 City Council election 2010
Paul Lindvall (M) Chairman of the City Executive Board City Executive Board Leads and coordinates the tasks of the municipality. Follows up on the budget and assesses joint goals. Prepares and implements decicions taken by the City Council.
mkr Revenue from activities Taxes Government funding Financial revenue Total revenue Costs Profit for the year 250 Results for 2010 1 182 5 082 1 031 239 7 534 -7 284 Debt amount due per inhabitant: SEK 0
The Municipal Group Activity in administration form City Council Activity in company form City Executive Board Chief Executive Officer Municpial committees and administrations Linköping Stadshus AB (parent company) CEO Linköping Stadshus AB Municipal owned companies
The Municipal Group Turns over 7,2 billion Results + SEK 250 million 7 825 employees Activity in administration form Turns over 8,5 billion Results + SEK 524 million 1 240 employees Activity in company form
Municipal owned companies Tekniska Verken in Linköping Linköping Stadshus AB Arenabolaget in Linköping AB Stångåstaden Lejonfastigheter AB Sankt Kors Fastighets AB Näringslivsutveckling AB Mjärdevi Science Park AB Travel Centre Mark och Exploatering in Linköping Airport Area Mark and Exploatering in Linköping
Municipal owned companies cont. Utsikt Nät AB Tekniska Verken i Linköping AB Utsikt Katrineholm Elnät AB Stadspartner AB Svensk Biogas i Linköping AB Usitall i Linköping AB Bixia AB – 55 % Ljusforskraft AB – 99 % Mjölby Svartådalen Energi AB – 32,2 % Västervik Biogas AB – 49 % Utsikt Bredband AB Bixia Energy Mangament AB Bixia Vind AB Bixia Gryningsvind AB Bixia Byggvind Kraftaktörerna i Sydv. Sve AB Höglandsvind AB Utsikt Bredband AB Bixia Energy Mangament AB Bixia Vind AB Bixia Gryningsvind AB Bixia Byggvind Kraftaktörerna i Sydv. Sve AB Höglandsvind AB Bixia Energy Mangament AB Bixia Vind AB Bixia Gryningsvind AB Bixia Byggvind Kraftaktörerna i Sydv. Sve AB Höglandsvind AB
Studentbostäder i Linköping AB AB Stångåstaden Eddan i Linköping AB Bryggaregården AB Linköpings Sportfastigheter AB Lejonfastigheter AB (fd Linköpings Kommunala Fastigheter) Konserthuset i Linköping AB Sanktera AB Sankt Kors Fastighets AB Municipal owned companies cont.
Tekniska Verken produces and delivers electricity, drinking water, biogas as a vehicle fuel, district heating and district cooling. The company also runs distribution networks for electricity and broadband, as well as providing various different waste management services. Turnover 2010: SEK 6 200 million Tekniska Verken
Stångåstaden Stångåstaden owns and manages around 26 percent of all housing in Linköping. 14 300 apartments 4 200 student residences 34 buildings of cultural and historic interest Total apartment space: 1 125 039 m 2 Turnover 2010: SEK 1 203 million
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