Cooperation with residents

Supporting voluntary resident activities is a central part of our way of working. It is also a tradition: cooperation with residents has been developed as long as the Group has existed.

Resident cooperation creates well-being

A wide range of activities are organised at house and district level, from residents’ meetings to informal parties and leisure activities. At its best, it is a way of working together and contributing to your own and your neighbours’ well-being. Good-neighbourliness and active citizenship improve the quality of life and prevent violence and disturbing behaviour.

Most houses have a house committee, which in Lumo houses are called Lumo teams. The teams can decide for themselves how they operate and what activities they organise for the people in the house. The house manager can provide support and advice on how to set up a Lumo team, if necessary.

Page updated 6 March 2024