The scheme is set to be re-evaluated by the municipality in two years, but its success so far has led to attention from other towns and cities around Sweden, as well as housing companies in other countries. Dragana Curovic says that feelings of loneliness can be even more acute for young immigrants. When it comes to the rule of socialising for at least two hours a week, this cannot be legally enforced, so nobody is going to be evicted for spending too long by themselves. In Sweden, loneliness as a potential social and health problem for young people is increasingly generating discussion. A review of Nordic research released by Mind in January concluded that while additional studies are needed, there is a growing body of evidence which shows that young people who are more active in the digital world are more likely to report lower levels of wellbeing. There are no people around them that they can talk to. But so far, all of the residents seem to be meeting the minimum requirements and have even set up their own Facebook group to improve communication. A survey by community development consultancy WSP found that almost eight out of 10 Swedes aged 18 to 34 said they often or sometimes experienced loneliness, compared to a nationwide average of around six in But once the team started their research, they realised how much many of the younger tenants could benefit too.