Important information on Kollektivhuset Regnbågen

Is co-housing (kollektivhus) something for you? It suits some of us perfectly, others wouldn't like it.

Although the owner of the house is LKF (Lunds Kommunala Fastighetsbolag, large local landlord, in public ownership), there are many differences from ordinary rental homes.

You must be comfortable with the following facts, or co-housing will probably not be right for you.

Tenants in Kollektivhuset Regnbågen sign a particular agreement, and become members in the association ”Lunds Kollektivhus nr 2 Ekonomisk förening”. Tenants must, among other things, perform a number of tasks for caretaking, including:

  • Partaking in the food team (matlag). Each adult member is expected to cook at least three times a semester for all tenants.
  • Regularily clean corridors, stairs, laundry and other common areas.
  • Partake in cleaning days (röjardag).
  • Partake in house meetings, roughly once a month.
  • Partake in interest groups, focused on particular tasks.
  • Take your own initatives to improvements and maintenance.
  • Be responsible, and see what has to be done.

In return, you get to know your neighbours, and share responsibility for people and property. Living in Kollektivhuset Regnbågen is safe and fun when everyone contributes.

NB! The particular rules means you cannot swap apartments with other tenants outside the house. New tenants always have to be approved by the association's board.

Looking for an apartment in Kollektivhuset Regnbågen?

You must be registered with the LKF. When we have a vacancy, you may reply to the advertisment at their site or directly to us.

You’re also welcome to send an e-mail to, and we’ll try to inform you when a vacancy turns up.

After that an application process takes part. The association of the house will select new tenants. The board of the house takes the final decision.

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applicants.txt · Senast uppdaterad: 2019-12-22 12:01 av Magnus Arvidsson