Tallinn Property Department
Address: Vabaduse väljak 10, 10146 Tallinn
Phone: +372 640 4517, +372 640 4500
Registry code: 75023757
The field of activity of the Tallinn Property Department is urban property, construction and management of buildings, land management and land taxation.
- Work hours and reception
MONDAY 8:15am to 6pm
TUESDAY-THURSDAY 8:15am to 5pm
FRIDAY 8:15am to 4pm
Head of Department (register by calling +372 640 4517)
MONDAY 4pm to 6pm
THURSDAY 10am to 12pm
Heads of Units
MONDAY 2pm to 4pm
THURSDAY 10am to 12pm
Other times on agreement with the relevant Official.
To register an appointment with Maritta Mägi, the Head of the Land Procedures Unit, call +372 640 4295.
To register an appointment with Angela Reinlaid, the Head of the Cooperative Housing Unit, call +372 640 4635.
To register an appointment with Jane Anton, the Head of the Property Management Unit, call +372 640 4543.
Extension, amendment and termination of leases for residential premises (Vabaduse väljak 7, service bureau)
MONDAY 2pm to 6pm
THURSDAY 9am to 12pm
When amending or extending a lease contract, please e-mail email@example.com.
Free consultation from the information centre of Tallinn apartment associations (Vabaduse väljak 7, service bureau)
MONDAY 9am to 12pm
TUESDAY 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm
THURSDAY 1pm to 5pm
MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY pre-register by calling +372 687 1223
WEDNESDAY 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm (EKÜL)
Free consultation in the Lasnamäe City District Government:
TUESDAY 9am to 12pm
FRIDAY 10am to 12pm
Call +372 5625 7713 to pre-register
Rental Committee (Roosikrantsi 12/1 B)
MONDAY 9am to 12pm, 3pm to 6pm
WEDNESDAY 9am to 12pm, 2pm to 4pm
FRIDAY 9am to 12pm
Phone: +372 640 4560
Secretary of the Rental Committee Maarika Snoting
Procedure for recording phone calls
Head of Department Hardi Alliksaar
Deputy Head of Department Natalie Neill-Puskar
Deputy Head of Department Jürgen Sarmet
Cooperative Housing Unit
Property Procedures Unit
Construction and Procurement Unit
Property Management Unit
Land Procedures Unit
Engineering and Development Unit
Among other things, the department is tasked with organising:
- holding and using city property
- constructing and maintenance of buildings
- acquiring and using property (including inheritance, occupying an ownerless building, purchasing, expropriation, exercising pre-emption rights, renting) and returning and compensating property
- formation of cadastral units (plots)
- acquiring of property rights necessary for the use of land and establishment of building rights and other limited property rights on city properties
- land privatisation and apartment ownership
- accounting for taxable and tax-exempt land, including processing applications for land tax exemption
- operation of Tallinn Property Register and Tallinn Land Tax Register
- activities of the Tallinn Rental Committee and the Housing Association Information Centre
Services provided by the City Property Department
- Job Offers
See all active job advertisements in the city of Tallinn.
- Salary Details
Salary details are published on the webpage on Public Administration.
- Public Procurements
Public procurements of the Tallinn Property Department are published in the Public Procurements Register.
Proceed as follows to find the list of public procurements announced by the Tallinn Property Department.
- Enter the Public Procurements Register
- In the field “Name of the procurer” enter “Tallinn Property Department”
- In the field “Status of the procurement” select “Started” from the drop-down menu
- Click on “Search for procurements”
Procurement procedure and plan
Procurement procedure of the Tallinn Property Department
Procurement Plan 2023
- Procedural Restrictions
Information about activities and decisions for which procedural restrictions are not applied is published here (§ 11 subsection 3 clauses 4, 5 and 7 of the Anti-Corruption Act). Procedural restrictions will not be applied and a notice must be published:
- if the replacement of an official is not possible as a person meeting the requirements for the replacement could not be found;
- in regards to actions or decisions with which the institution performing a public task ensures the organisation of its work, with the exception of service-related decisions;
- in a city institution if, taking into account the specificities of the local government unit, the application of the procedural restrictions would be unreasonable from the point of view of public interest.
Currently, there are no such notices.
Studies ordered by the Tallinn Property Department can be found in the Tallinn Research Information System.
- Vision, mission and values
Vision: Together we create the city of tomorrow!
Mission: To create a smart, caring city that feels like home
Person-centred: We work as a united team, helping, supporting and co-operating with one another. We try to discuss complicated issues in a clear and simple manner. It is important to us that accessing services is easy and dignified for the city’s residents. We understand that we create value for people.
Trustworthiness: We are honest and trustworthy in what we do. Our decisions are justified and transparent and our words and actions are consistent.
Quality: We are professionals in our field. We keep our promises and focus on our goal and solutions. We are innovative and constantly improve ourselves so as to be able to advise others.
Tallinn Property Department Statute
Property Procedures Unit Statute
Cooperative Housing Unit Statute
Legal Unit Statute
Rental Committee Statute
General Unit Statute
Construction and Procurement Unit Statute
Development Unit Statute