New allocation rules
If you are 65 or older, there are now improved opportunities to get housing with handicap accessibility in the City of Stockholm. More senior accommodation is on the way and new allocation rules mean that people who feel unsafe or suffer loneliness will be prioritized. We will also increase our holding by around 400 new senior apartments by 2020.
Micasa's senior housing is allocated through Stockholm Housing Agency (Bostadsförmedlingen). See the link to the right on this page.
On the basis of the Bostadsförmedlingen waiting list, senior's accommodation is allocated to people 65 or older who are registered residents of the City of Stockholm.
Special allocation rules are applied to give the right of priority in the queue. The rules apply to people over 85 and people between 65 and 85 in poorly accessible accommodation or who feel insecure or lonely. Prioritized allocation requires a certificate from a social assistance official, health care personnel in primary care or rehabilitation.
The following applies as of 1 January 2018:
- People over 85 registered in the City of Stockholm apply to Bostadsförmedlingen stating that they are interested in senior's accommodation with Micasa Fastigheter, and are then placed in the group for prioritized allocation.
- People between 65 and 85 in poorly accessible accommodation or who feel insecure or lonely may be placed in the group for prioritized allocation on presentation of a certificate from a social assistance official, health care personnel in primary care or rehabilitation. The certificate must be attached to the application for prioritized allocation and sent to Bostadsförmedlingen in Stockholm. For further information, please contact Äldre Direkt; contact details can be found via the link to the right on this page.