Åsa Steen becomes the housing company Svenska Bostäder’s new Head of Property Management. Åsa has extensive experience and expertise in both urban and municipal activities with a strong focus on development. Åsa is today Deputy Managing Director and Deputy Deputy City Director in Sundbyberg City.
“I am very pleased that Svenska Bostäder has recruited a new management manager with the broad competence that Åsa Steen has. Her experiences from Sweden’s fastest growing city, Sundbyberg, are very valuable to us in view of our extensive new production and our rapidly growing management volume, “says Svenska Bosteder’s CEO Pelle Björklund.
Åsa grew up in the west with Vällingby as the nearest center where Svenska Bostäder today has its headquarters. She has worked, among other things, near the Real Estate AB Trustee, Sundbybergs municipal housing company, as project manager for the development of Hallonbergen and Ör.
Åsa is behavioral scientist with great interest in people and society development. In the city of Sundbyberg she has, among other things, easy democracy development and urban construction projects, been project manager and responsible for new production of infrastructure and business premises, has been head of department and responsible for systematic quality work, social and ecological sustainability.
Åsa also has a background on Save the Children’s Association, where she worked to strengthen the influence of children and young people as well as organizational development. She is driven by making a difference for people together with other people.
“Being able to make every day the conditions for people to live a good life in their homes and in their residential area is incredibly inspiring. It also entails that we can constantly see the physical results of our work in the form of well-kept real estate welcoming farms. Of course, it is also exciting to be part of the growth that takes place in Stockholm and help create new housing and new housing environments, “concludes Åsa Steen.
Åsa will take office on February 1, 2017.