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Apartment association

Here you can find information aimed for apartment association board members and residents, such as benefits and services offered to apartment associations in Tallinn, guiding materials and seminars.


Benefits for apartment associations

Apartment associations can apply for benefits to renovate their building’s facade, to make the building more energy efficient and to maintain the yard. 

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  • Bike house allowanceAn apartment association can apply for a grant to build a bike house next to an apartment building. The subsidy can cover up to 70% of the cost of construction works.
  • Green transition allowanceThe purpose of the green transition subsidy is to support the development document "Climate neutral Tallinn. implementation of Tallinn's Sustainable Energy Economy and Climate Change Adaptation Plan 2030".
  • Facade renovation allowanceThe purpose of this grant is to help improve the apartment building’s energy efficiency and to renovate its facade.
  • Yard improvement allowanceThe purpose of this grant is to help maintain outdoor areas and to add landscaping, a playground or a communal facility to the yard.
  • Yard improvement allowanceThe purpose of this grant is to help maintain outdoor areas and to add landscaping, a playground or a communal facility to the yard.
  • ‘Green Yard’ projectThe purpose of this grant is to support the planning and maintenance of greenery.
  • Grant for balconies and awningsThe purpose of this grant is to support the technical inspection of balconies and awnings in apartment buildings to determine their safety.
  • Inspection follow-up allowanceThe purpose of this grant is to provide the means to complete the necessary construction work outlined in the audit report for balconies and awnings.
  • Fire safety improvement allowanceThe purpose of this grant is to support the completion of fire safety improvement work in line with the precepts issued by the Rescue Board.
  • Fire safety improvement allowanceThe purpose of this grant is to support the completion of fire safety improvement work in line with the precepts issued by the Rescue Board.
  • Training grant for a board member of an apartment associationTraining should help the board members of the apartment association to improve their knowledge on legislation and their rights and obligations as well as develop communication skills.

Services for an apartment association

In order to manage an apartment association, different services offered by the local government can be useful. You can also find the contacts of companies that specialise in removing snow and icicles from roofs.

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Guides and sample documents

Information on the Apartment Ownership and Apartment Associations Act, requirements for building a waste collection shed or a parking lot on municipal land and obligations for cleaning pavements of snow and ice.

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Spread of COVID-19

Instructions on how to minimise the spread of the virus in apartment buildings.

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  • A poster for corridorsPoster for printing: “How to maintain cleanliness and hygiene in apartment buildings”

In Spotlight

Ancillary questionnaire-survey regarding crisis preparedness for apartment association managers

Information centre for apartment associations

Members of the apartment association board and apartment owners can get free consultations in the service bureau of the Tallinn City Office (Vabaduse väljak 7, Tallinn).

Monday 9:00-12:00
Tuesday 9:00-12:00 and 13:00-17:00
Thursday 13:00-17:00
On Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays make an appointment by calling 687 1223

Wednesdays 9:00-12:00 and 13:00-17:00 (no appointment needed)

Free consultation in the Lasnamäe District Government:

Tuesday 9:00-12:00
Friday 10:00-12:00
Call 56 257 713 to make an appointment

In case of questions, contact: 
Kirsti Tammik
Phone: 640 4522
kirsti.tammik@tallinnlv.ee
Chief Specialist

Last modified 11.10.2022