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Science Village – A Part Of Brunnshög
Science Village is located in north-east Lund and forms part of the new city district of Brunnshög. The land covers 18 hectares where the plan is to build approximately 250,000 m² GFA intended for use by businesses, research and educational facilities in the field of materials research and innovation. University and university college campuses, guest accommodation, research institutes, services, gyms, restaurants and cafés will be built on the plot. The buildings can be erected with up to seven or eight floors, in a variety of architectural styles.
A green corridor will run through the area, connecting Vindarnas Park with Kunskapsparken park. This will be an asset both in terms of recreation and biological diversity. An important link in this green corridor will be Möllegården’s gardens.
As of 2019, Science Village will be served by the Spårväg Lund tramway. The tramway route will connect Lund Central Station with Brunnshög and will terminate in the area. Today the area is readily accessible using the number 20 bus route. For Brunnshög as a whole, the aim is that no more than one third of journeys to and from the area will be made by car. All other journeys should be by foot, bicycle or public transport.
Science Village will develop into a dynamic, creative and sustainable city district that not only stimulates world-class research but also provides a forum for interaction with society.
Brunnshög in north-east Lund is the city’s largest urban development project. When fully built, Brunnshög will be home to some 40,000 individuals and businesses.
The Science Road will connect Lund city centre with the Science Village and the new research facilities. The road will connect science-based organisations such as Skåne University Hospital, Lund University, Ideon and Medicon Village. There are currently 25,000 people working along the Science Road and almost 30,000 students commute here daily.