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Tenants worried about demolition of flats

For tenants in the Ringen block the information about demolition came as a shock. ”We're worried about what is going to happen”, say some of them Kb Mosaik has spoken to.
Worried tenants: Iman Bakro, Diana Namoura, Hafiza Kadour and Hani Bakro don't know where they can move to –or when.
Worried tenants: Iman Bakro, Diana Namoura, Hafiza Kadour and Hani Bakro don't know where they can move to –or when.
Foto: Sofyan Aswad

– Where are we to go? wonder Iman Bakro with her son Hani and Hafiza Kadour with her daughter Diana Namoura.

They have lived for a few years in Hanaskog. They like living here, although the flats are in a bad state of repair.

"How they will be able to find flats for everyone. We haven't been given any information about that"

They have their names on the list for a flat in Kristianstad. Both Hani and Diana are ready to go on to higher studies.

”If I'm able to find another flat, will I have to pay for three months' notice?” wonders Iman Bakro, here with her son Hani.
”If I'm able to find another flat, will I have to pay for three months' notice?” wonders Iman Bakro, here with her son Hani.
Foto: Sofyan Aswad

– But my son doesn't want to move away from Hanaskog. He has his friends here, says Hafiza.

What do you think of their plans to pull down 111 flats?

– I think mostly about where we can move to, what kind of alternative flat we can get, how they will be able to find flats for everyone. We haven't been given any information about that, says Hani.

All the buildings are to be demolished. But it is still uncertain in what order. Everything must be gone in five years.
All the buildings are to be demolished. But it is still uncertain in what order. Everything must be gone in five years.
Foto: Inga-Lill Bengtsson
Ingvar Holm was an apprentice in the 60s and helped to build the houses on Ringen. ”A lot of people have phoned me and asked, ”Where the devil are we supposed to go now?” He himself thinks it's a good idea to demolish the buildings. ”They're in a bad state of repair.”
Ingvar Holm was an apprentice in the 60s and helped to build the houses on Ringen. ”A lot of people have phoned me and asked, ”Where the devil are we supposed to go now?” He himself thinks it's a good idea to demolish the buildings. ”They're in a bad state of repair.”
Foto: Inga-Lill Bengtsson

Do you want to stay on in Hanaskog?

– I don't want to feel that I'm being forced into moving, says Iman.

– If you're offered an alternative flat, have you only one chance to accept or refuse it? It's important that the people living here are informed in good time, says Hani.

– They must listen to everyone living here before they make any decision, says Iman.

Henrik Loveby is CEO of Göingehem.

Göingehem moved its office for one day to Ringen, to give on-the-spot information. ”Can't you help us to move now?”, Selen Tolimat, one of the tenants, asks.”Not until it's your turn to move, then we can help you,” answers Lotta Bengtsdotter from Göingehem.
Göingehem moved its office for one day to Ringen, to give on-the-spot information. ”Can't you help us to move now?”, Selen Tolimat, one of the tenants, asks.”Not until it's your turn to move, then we can help you,” answers Lotta Bengtsdotter from Göingehem.
Foto: Inga-Lill Bengtsson

"We follow the principles of the Public Housing sector"

Can Göingehem offer alternative accomodation in Hanaskog?

– It's our ambition to do so for those who want it, he says.

When Ringen is demolished, Göingehem still has about 100 flats in Hanaskog. The rate of turnover of tenants is high, 20 per cent per year.

– We follow the principles of the Public Housing sector. If housing is demolished or has to be extensively repaired so that tenants must move out, we offer them a corresponding standard at a corresponding rent, says Loveby.

All the buildings are to be levelled with the ground.
All the buildings are to be levelled with the ground.
Foto: Inga-Lill Bengtsson

Göingehem is unable to say where they must move to until it is time for them to move.

The municipality has had digital dialogue meetings about the new local plan for Hanaskog.

– We may possibly have a meeting in English with an interpreter. That's not the case at Åkesvägen, but perhaps at the other places. If we see there is a need for it, we'll organise it, says Henrik Loveby.

Facts

111 flats to be demolished

The first block to be pulled down is at Åkesväg, with Fridebo and security housing for the over-60s. At present there are 11 residents there.
As yet it is not clear in what order the other buildings are to be demolished, but they must all be gone within five years.
Göingehem is to build other one- or two-storey flats, co-operative flats have been discussed.
Östra Göinge municipality is working on a new local plan for Hanaskog. In it different areas will be marked out as green areas, industrial areas, housing areas etc.