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A comprehensive guide to student kollegiums in Copenhagen. Here is a summary of the complete Dorms Disclosed series, reviews written by students.
Local politician Jonas Bjørn Jensen is collecting signatures in favour of youth housing for a couple of thousand students in the old B&W factory halls in the Refshaleøen island district. The current owners of the buildings had never heard of the project, but they don’t reject it offhand.
A stroll at Amager Fælled can have played an important role in preventing a controversial plan to build 2.500 new homes in the natural area.
Eksercerpladsen or ‘military parade ground’ is the name of a new building with 251 youth homes close to the national TV broadcaster’s DR Byen complex. Construction is to be completed in 2018.
Copenhagen’s mayor hopes to take advantage of changes in the zoning law to build housing for students on vacant lots
The first student homes in scrapped containers could be ready for the start of the semester this September.
International students who rent rooms at the Rebslagervej dormitory through the University of Copenhagen Housing Foundation are strongly dissatisfied with the conditions and the rent. The rent is double the price per square metre compared to a newly built apartment with harbour views in the Teglholmen district
The University of Copenhagen Housing Foundation, der hjælper internationale studerende og forskere med at finde en bolig, hæver lejeprisen med op til 42 procent på nogle lejemål.
The University of Copenhagen Housing Foundation’s lease contracts have not been authorized: International students have been wrongfully charged for administration, furniture and maintenance on top of their rent. The students have the right to get their money back, reckons tenants’ interest group Lejernes LO.