Urgent damages and repair
In the event of acute damages that require immediate action, you must contact SSG, which handles damage after e.g. fire, water, storm, burglary, etc.
SSG is open 24 hours a day and can be contacted at the telephone number: 44543742.
Property officers (Handy persons)
Grønjordskollegiet’s property officers can help you if something is broken in your room or in your kitchen.
This can e.g. be toilet, shower, floor, mixer tap, vidue, exhaust, radiator, doors, cupboard and sink.
When you report errors and omissions, you must be aware that your room or kitchen must be tidy and clean.
You can also contact the property officials if you discover any damage to e.g. the corridors of the dormitory or if there are problems with the washing machines.
They can be contacted by email: email@example.com
Remember to include name and room number / Kitchen number and letter.
When you write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with errors and omissions in your room, it is important that you write a power of attorney to us in the email that we may enter your room if you are not at home.
Pr. 06/08/2018, a parking permit is required to use the parking areas associated with Grønjordskollegiet.
There are two types of permits: permanent and guest parking permits.
The permits can only be ordered by email email@example.com, they will then be placed in your mailbox.
The fee for not having a valid parking permit is DKK 750, the administration does not have the option of having a fee canceled.
All residents have been issued a permanent parking permit, which can also be used as a guest parking permit.
Permanent parking permits must be returned upon relocation.
You can get an extra guest parking permit if:
Your family / friends / acquaintances / etc. are visiting.
You have borrowed a car for a short period of time.
Guest parking permits can be issued for max. 2 days and can only be obtained by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not issue permits by personal or telephone contact
When winter is closing in…
… This means that the dormitory rooms can get really cold and that the radiators are turned up to max. We in the residents’ council would like to avoid both situations.
So here are some tips on how the room can stay warm and how we can save the environment and dorm money at the same time.
- Close the door to the hallway and the bathroom when you are at home. It will take a lot of the drag that goes through the room from the window and out to the door.
- If you need to ventilate, turn off the radiator in the meantime!
- If there are drafts from your windows, you can contact the blue men and have your window repaired.
- If it pulls a lot in of your door, you can easily put a sealing strip up under the door, which can be bought cheaply in hardware stores.
- On really cold days, it can help to draw the curtains, it takes the worst pull from the windows.
- When leaving the room for a long time, turn down or turn off the radiator. If necessary, leave the window open until you return to improve your indoor climate.
- If it gets very hot in the room, turn down the radiator rather than putting on fewer clothes.
In addition, you should keep the window valve open for an optimal indoor climate.