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Residents of Annelinn are invited to attend info days on the renovation of apartment buildings 

Tartu City Government Press Release

Annelinn Photo: Ketlin Lääts

14 March / Residents of Annelinn are invited to attend an info day, where the City of Tartu and the Tartu Regional Energy Agency will introduce support options for the renovation of 6-9 storey residential buildings. The risks and benefits of renovation and the designing of a better living environment in Annelinn will be discussed at the info day. 

You can participate in the info day online or on site, at the Anne Restaurant (Mõisavahe 34b-34c, i.e. on the ground floor of the Tartu Health Centre). All interested parties are welcome to attend the info day on a date that is convenient for them: 

Saturday, 19 March from 11:00–13:00 (in Estonian) 
Tuesday, 22 March from 18:00–20:00 (in Estonian) 
Saturday, 26 March from 11:00–13:00 (in Estonian) 
Tuesday, 29 March from 18:00–20:00 (in Russian) 

You can register for the info day at www.tartu.ee/et/annelinnpluss_infopaev or by calling 5800-7340 (in Estonian) or 524-5225 (in Russian). The number of available seats on site is limited. The online participation link (MS Teams) can be found on the website www.tartu.ee/annelinnpluss

Event schedule: 

10.30 / 17.30 Gathering and registration 
11.00 / 18.00 Start of the event and greetings (Deputy Mayor Raimond Tamm) 
11.10 / 18.10 Possibilities for renovation of apartment buildings; benefits and risks (Tartu City Government, Tartu Regional Energy Agency) 
12.00 / 19.00 Discussion and questions-answers 
13.00 / 20.00 Closing 

Warm drinks and snacks will be served at the event. To participate in the event, a valid COVID certificate of vaccination or recovery must be submitted together with an identity document. The current requirements established by the Government of the Republic for events must be observed on site. 

The info days are taking place within the framework of the oPEN Lab project, the aim of which is to renovate three 9-storey residential buildings in Annelinn into nearly zero-energy buildings in cooperation with apartment associations, and to design a modern living environment around them. 

 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Green Deal research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101037080. 

Last changed 14.03.2022