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Well over 5,000 have answered Heimstaden’s 2021 resident survey. More than 3,000 of you responded to Heimstaden’s 2020 resident survey.
We are now in full swing diving into the many responses and identify the areas where we do well – and where we can do better.
– This page will be updated when we have been though the material.
Below you can read about saome of the activities and processes we initiated based on the residents’ survey last year.
We’ve changed our internal organization to ensure greater permanency of teams dealing with properties in terms of administration, operational services and rental. This means that we’ll accrue more in-depth knowledge of each property across the whole chain – and this will be reflected in the work on and around the properties.
At the same time, it means that you as a resident will more easily be able to recognise and get to know the Heimstaden employees who have been assigned to your property. In any case, that’s what we hope.
We have identified a number of properties where there is a need for increased focus and special efforts. This could be for a number of reasons, such as the condition of the property, factors relating to the immediate area, boost of the general living experience, or other special challenges relating to operations and maintenance.
Residents in these properties will be contacted directly.
Of course, our efforts at improvement will not stop at the focus properties. The resident survey is an important starting point for our planned improvements to be carried out across all our properties – both operational and ongoing projects.
In March 2020 we launched the first digital newsletter, which will be sent out four times a year. Also we’re looking at possibilities relating to how we can improve communication in several ways, including:
We have had some great experiences both with the properties which have established their own formal residents’ representation, as well as those which have created a more informal residents’ council. This has allowed some good dialogue to occur, provided dynamism, and has improved the general level of communication between residents and us as the letting company.
For these reasons, our property administrators will be happy to guide you through the process of forming your own representation or council.
You can also read this article (in Danish only), which explains the difference between the two types of resident association.
With this, you only need to remember one number to get in touch with us. This applies regardless of whether you contact us during our regular opening hours or if you have an urgent problem outside of these hours.
Extended customer service team during the day:
Heimstaden’s customer service team has been enhanced on both the digital front as well as in terms of employees, so we are even better equipped to answer enquiries from you as a resident and ensure we provide the fastest possible solution to your issue.
Service technicians for all properties:
To ensure the best possible service we are in the process of allocating permanent service technicians to all properties. In future, these caretakers will keep a close eye on the properties, giving residents the best possible support.
You will always be able to recognise a Heimstaden service technician by their branded clothing and car.