Common regulations


These regulations have been agreed upon to maintain comfort and order. Residents are expected to behave with consideration for the other occupants of the building. Residents are also responsible for the behavior of their guests. Regulations in municipal ordinances and legislation also apply to this property.


The entrance doors are locked between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. and other outside doors at all times. Whenever opening locked doors, make sure the door is closed behind you.

The common areas both indoors and outdoors must be kept clean and in good order, and noise must be avoided. All windows and doors in the common areas must be closed and the lights turned off when leaving the area. Loitering, smoking or making a fire is forbidden in all the common areas.

 Smoking is also prohibited on the balconies, in the immediate vicinity of entrance doors and first floor windows and in the sauna cooling area in section H. There are designated smoking areas in the yard and in the immediate vicinity with specific disposal canisters. It is forbidden to litter cigarette butts in the yard. 

For fire safety reasons, common convenience and maintenance, bicycles, sports equipment, baby carriages and other items must be stored in the areas reserved for that purpose. The storage of flammable substances is subject to fire regulations. All discarded items must be removed from the common areas or moved into the apartment’s storage spaces. The hallways and emergency exits must be kept clear.

All fixing of signs and other advertising, antennas and other installations outside the apartment require the permission of the housing corporation.

Separate regulations apply to the use of the saunas, laundry room, club- and crafts room. These regulations can be found in the areas in question. For regulations regarding the extra basements and freezer places turn to one of the board members.


Neighbors must not be disturbed. Excessive noise must be avoided especially between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. Neighbors in the same and adjacent sections of the building must be notified of occasional disturbances in advance.

The building superintendent must be notified in advance of any renovation work involving the water- and damp proofing, structure of the building, plumbing, electrical, telecommunications and antenna wires. Ask the superintendent for more detailed instructions on renovation work and details on liability distribution.

Lavatories and other drains must not be used for the disposal of any waste that may clog or damage them.

Neighbors in the same and adjacent sections of the building must be notified of any noisy or disruptive renovations in advance.

Aparments must not be ventilated into the stairways.


Any faults and defects found in the apartments, sauna, laundry room or any other common areas or the appliances therein, as well as structural damages or water leaks must be immediately reported by contacting the maintenance company’s (Tapiolan Lämpö) on call number.


Outside the apartments, all pets must be kept on a leash. Pets must not be allowed to disturb the residents or foul the buildings or the yard.

Pets are not allowed to be walked on the area inside the walkway.


The beating of carpets on the stands in the yard is permitted Mon-Fri between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., Saturdays between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. and on Sundays between 12 a.m. and 6 p.m. Airing of clothes is permitted on the balconies according to the same schedule. Drying of laundry is permitted on the balconies, but only on stands that are not visible above the railing. When using the balconies, other residents must be taken into consideration, and if needed, turns must be scheduled.


The housing corporation has no designated parking spaces. Parking is not permitted in the yard area.

Temporary parking in the yard is permitted when loading or offloading the vehicle. However, driving on the grass or curb is not permitted. The driver must be within reach in case the vehicle must be moved out of the way to clear escape routes.


All household waste must be packed and placed in the proper garbage containers, following the instructions on sorting trash.

The residents themselves are responsible for the removal of any other waste (e.g. renovation waste that does not fit in the containers with the lid closed) at their own expense. No waste is allowed outside the containers.

 Hazardous waste such as refrigerators, household appliances, energy saving lamps etc. must always be taken to facilities provided by the public waste management services.


The local register office handles the legal change of address notifications.

The building superintendent must also be informed, in writing, of moving into or out of apartments.


A breach of these regulations may result in liability for damages, possession of the apartment or cancellation of the lease. All complaints and remarks should be directed to the superintendent, preferably in writing.

Regulations ratified at the residents’ meeting 26.4.2010