Askar municipality housing | There should be room for everyone in Asker

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The way we plan to develop housing in Askar municipality affects public health, the local community, business development and the municipality’s sustainability in the future.

Future housing policy will be pivotal in solving the municipality’s challenges, whether it is about attracting families with children and the workforce, or as we are getting older, or reducing our impact on the climate.

In general, housing policy contributes to all three dimensions of sustainability – municipal climate-related sustainability, social and economic sustainability.

We know that collaboration is key to achieving the municipality’s goals, and we want to give private actors long-term predictability for investments in Asker.

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That is why the Presidency of Asker has initiated a major project by adopting the mandate of the substantive plan “Policy of Sustainable Housing”. Below we will say something more about the main topics of the plan.

The housing development in Askar is all about obtaining a future-oriented housing development that solves the need for a larger range of housing demanded by the market.

We have large residential areas in our municipality that we are very keen to take care of, but for new homes there is a need to build smaller units, for example, young people, families with young children and new settlers. Homes must grow in relation to good public transportation solutions.

As a large municipality in the Oslo region we have price pressure on housing in our municipality and at the same time we are totally dependent on a large workforce in the future as well. This means that we must also facilitate more affordable housing.

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We are concerned that there should be a place for everyone in Askar municipality. This also applies to important groups such as first-time entrepreneurs, low-income families and the disadvantaged.

The housing market today is very monotonous and does not adapt to the current or future demographics of the municipality.

On a national basis, Asker has a high percentage of people living alone, new family structures and an increasing percentage of elderly people.

Alternative and innovative forms of living are not aimed at one group, but rather should contribute to greater diversity in the housing market, so that as many people as possible find a home that suits their needs.

Investing in alternative forms of living will contribute to the future generation community of Askar Municipality, with diverse and inclusive living environments, participating in the development of housing and good meeting places in closer contact with homes.

The housing market today is very monotonous and does not adapt to the current or future demographics of the municipality.

The sharing and circular economy will be considered in more detail in order to adapt homes to the needs of the future.

We are concerned that more people should be able to live in housing adapted to their needs, so we want to investigate in more detail how we can facilitate more adequate housing in the private market for groups with different adaptation needs.

The way the house is designed and the proximity to community centers all affect the quality of life and the opportunity to live as independent a life as possible. The increased supply contributes to the global design of the housing market by ensuring freedom of choice and empowerment for the individual, where the goal is to enable as many people as possible to choose their home.

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We are a distinguished growing municipality with great opportunities to create sustainable settlements for the future as well.

We are really looking forward to this business and want to facilitate good engagement processes that ensure a long-term plan built on knowledge and participation. The city council will finally agree to operate in the first quarter of 2024.

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