Here you'll find information on things you might want to know when living in IGGY, an urban residential building where you don't need a car to get around.
About the building
IGGY is a pilot project that focuses on mobility in the city by foot, bicycle, public transport and shared resources. In other words, alternatives to having your own car. See more under the "Mobility and shared spaces" tab in the menu.
If you still have your own car and live in Iggy, you will have to find parking on your own - we have no parking spaces belonging to the house. On-street parking is not available for newly built projects, see more info at the City of Malmö's website..
In the parking garage Elina it is also possible to rent a parking space, see their website here.
Parking for the disabled
We offer a parking space for disabled people with a valid permit. You apply for a permit at the City of Malmö's website.
Om du behöver parkering för rörelsehindrad så ska du kontakta oss per mail så ordnar vi tillgänglighet till det.
Emergency evacuation and fire safety
The following principles apply to evacuation in case of fire or emergency.
Emergency evacuation takes place via the stairwell and in the open (on to the street).
Waste disposal and recycling
Waste disposalInom kvarteret Spårvägen ska restavfall samt förpackningar och tidningar sorteras i så kallade underjordiska behållare. Det finns två stationer för källsortering samt ett antal utspridda behållare för restavfall. Du har tillgång till alla behållare inom området. PDF: Information about waste disposal in Spårvägen (SWE)
Rules of conduct
Remember to be considerate of your neighbours when it comes to making noise and playing loud music. In particular, avoid being loud between 22:00 and 06:00.
Clean the shower wall with water and a rubber scraper or with window cleaner and a soft cloth. For stubborn dirt, vinegar-based cleaners are recommended. Be aware that sponges and cleaning pastes with abrasives can scratch glass as well as chrome or brushed metal details and profiles.
Tiles or glazed tiles should be cleaned primarily with water, possibly with a neutral or slightly alkaline detergent - dishwashing liquid or all-purpose cleaner. Stubborn dirt and grime can be removed with mechanical treatment with a scouring sponge or scrubbing brush supplemented with an alkaline detergent - All purpose cleaner - is the preferred method. Particular attention should be paid to the joints, which are most easily soiled due to their porosity. Soft joints should be wiped clean so that dirt does not adhere to the joint material. Lime deposits, which form due to lime-content in the water, are most easily removed with a slightly acidic cleaning agent, e.g. vinegar spirit. The joints are wetted with water before washing. Finish cleaning by rinsing thoroughly with clean water and a soft sponge. Dry with a clean cloth.