The groups will be organised in housing estates; several housing estates make up a neighbourhood. A housing estate comprises the different guide and scout groups plus external participants and groups from the same municipality and one or more international contingents.
Very many events and activities at Jamboree Denmark 2012 will take place in the neighbourhoods, among other things because this will make the participants bond and form relationships that can continue also after the jamboree. The groups in each neighbourhood will gather around some joint facilities and they will also be responsible for various practical tasks. However, the neighbourhoods will not have the same role as the subdivisions known from previous jamborees in Denmark. And as a result of this only a few leaders will be required to sit on the neighbourhood committees. Instead we encourage everybody to volunteer to assist with tasks for the jamboree as such.
Hot showers and flushing toilets
Even guides and scouts can feel the need for a hot shower. At Jamboree Denmark 2012, we need not wait for the Jamboree to finish to wash our hair. The jamboree site will have hot water supplies and showers with 60-80 shower units at four locations.
There will also be flushing toilets at a maximum distance of 250 metres from all camp sites. Only few places, such as the activity areas, will be furnished with portable toilet units.