Housing | Rental housing company: Smoking ban for new residents | Local residents

Renters of Lumo homes will be required to sign a smoke-free rental agreement in the future.

Kojamo Oyj, owner of Lumo-kodit, Finland’s largest private housing investment company, decided to tighten its smoking policy in its rental apartments based on feedback from residents.

In the future, all new leases will be signed smoke-free. This means smoking is prohibited in the apartment and on the patio or balcony.

Lumo houses All Lumo homes completed or renovated after 2017 are already smoke-free, the notice says. In the buildings in question, smoking is permitted only in the designated smoking area in the courtyard.

Since early June, all new leases for Lumo homes have been signed as smoke-free, the release says. Even smoke-free homes can become smoke-free apartments at the same time.

Cojamo has a total of more than 40,000 Lumo apartments, of which nearly 11,000 are non-smoking.

Change divides At the same time the citizens are divided into two castes. In housing associations that were completed and not renovated before 2017, residents who previously signed a lease are allowed to smoke, for example, on their balconies, but new residents are not.

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