National Property Board of Sweden

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National Property Board plaque on a building

The National Property Board of Sweden (Swedish: Statens fastighetsverk, SFV) is a Swedish State administrative authority, organised under the Ministry of Finance.

SFV is responsible for managing a portion of the real property assets owned by the State;[1][2] the portfolio consists of more than 2,300 properties, or approximately 3,000 buildings; among them a number of castles, museums, theatres, historic fortifications, ministry buildings, embassies, county residences and parks.[3]

History[edit]

SFV was established in 1993, after the National Board of Public Building (Swedish: Byggnadsstyrelsen) split into several smaller units, including Akademiska Hus, Vasakronan and SFV; the agency took over the responsibility for a portion of the State's real estate portfolio; mostly property of particularly historical value, for which there was a particular need for careful long-term management.[1]

Organisation[edit]

The National Property Board Sweden is organised into seven units and seven property areas; the head office is located in Stockholm, and the agency is led by Director-General Björn Anderson.[1][3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "About us". SFV. Retrieved 21 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Regleringsbrev". Swedish National Financial Management Authority. Retrieved 31 December 2014.
  3. ^ a b "Han blir ny GD för Statens Fastighetsverk". Svenska Dagbladet. Retrieved 31 December 2014.

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