When can you expect information when we renovate?
Before starting a larger renovation project – e.g., construction of penthouse apartments – that requires scaffolding for a longer period of time, we will always invite either the tenant chairman or all residents to an information meeting.
At the meeting, the project will be presented and questions from tenants will be answered. Subsequently, we will send a summary from the meeting to all the tenants in the property.
Over the course of the project, we will keep you informed if the project significantly changes or is delayed. Any questions about the project can be sent to email@example.com.
Every time we need to renovate an apartment in a property, we will inform via the info screens.
The information on the info screen will include brief information about the project, start and end date, and the contact email firstname.lastname@example.org, where you can ask questions about the project. If we need access to your apartment, you will receive a notification letter in a timely manner.
When we need to make minor renovations in individual lease units, which are not expected to cause significant noise, we will inform all residents via the info screen in the stairwell.
When will you not be informed?
There will also be situations where we do not inform you and your neighbours if a craftsman needs to enter the property, and there may be several reasons for this. For example, there may be minor errors and deficiencies that a craftsman must correct when a new tenant moves into the property. It could also be that a tenant has suffered an acute water damage that a plumber needs to deal with.
If you have seen some craftsmen enter the stairwell, and would like to know what is happening, you are always welcome to contact us at email@example.com.