Real Estate Committee
The Real Estate Committee is responsible for managing the City’s administrative buildings, commercial buildings and cultural buildings, as well as the City’s facilities and land areas for sport, swimming and exercise.
The Real Estate Committee is also responsible for
- managing properties outside the municipal boundary (including leases with tenancy rights and leasehold tenancies, and the buying and selling of tenant-owner rights)
- questions relating to the acquisition and transfer of real estate
- supplies of premises to other committees in the City of Stockholm.
Politicians on the Real Estate Committee
The Real Estate Committee is appointed by the City Council. The committee consists of 13 members and 13 substitute members.