Welcome to Sydskånska Nationens Studentbostadshus!
We are located at Tornavägen 5 in Lund, less than a five minute walk from LTH and the School of Economics. LUX, SOL and Paradiset are also close by.
We have a lovely green back garden with a barbecue area and terrace for our tenants to use freely.
Sydskånska Nationens Studentbostadshus is not only a student housing building – it is also a home. In our house there is room for 48 happy students!
The house was built as early as the 1950s, but underwent a complete renovation in 1994. The house has three floors and on each floor there are 11 corridor rooms, 2 double rooms and 1 kitchenette. All rooms have French balconies. Both apartments and duplicates have their own kitchen. In the corridor there is also a shared kitchen and living room, as well as a large glazed balcony.
All rooms are unfurnished, except for a couple of stationary wardrobes, with access to a private bathroom equipped with shower. The rent includes heating, water, electricity and internet and during the summer months July – August you live rent-free.
OUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF DWELLINGS
● Corridor room, approx. 20m2. Rent SEK 3728 / month, 10 months.
● Apartment for one person, about 29m2. Rent SEK 5054 / month, 10 months
● Apartment for two people (duplicate), about 42 m2. Rent SEK 6695 / month, 10 months.
To live with us, you must be a student at Lund University, Lund University of Technology or at another university affiliated with Studentlund, and be a member of Sydskånska Nationen. As a member and resident, you also undertake to follow the nation’s statutes and policies.
Just outside the door you will find the residential building’s communal bicycle parking. It is also possible for our residents to rent a parking space for a car, monthly or for shorter periods.
In the basement of the house you have access to a laundry room and sauna.
The House board
The house is managed by the house board. This consists of the nation’s Inspector, ProInspector, House foreman, Qurator, a housing representative and four other members.
The House foreman is the person who is responsible for regular phase administration and makes sure that things work as they should in the house.The House foreman works full time and is part of the nation’s Quratel, with responsibilities such as arranging moving in and out of the house, handling residents’ error reports and answering questions regarding the nation’s housing. In addition, the House foreman also works with managing the nation’s house in general, including the premises where the nation conducts its activities.
The housing representative is one of our residents and is elected at a Nation Meeting. The purpose of this is to inform and represent the residents’ interests in the house board. The housing representative has regular contact with the corridor representatives to obtain information on how the residents experience their housing situation.
If you have questions about the house, or want to get in touch with the house foreman, you are more than welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org