He is neither young or students, but the 45-year-old deputy mayor of Vejle Municipality, Dan Arnløv Jørgensen (K), lives in one of the local accommodations.
It appears from the municipality's website, where the city's student housing as well as viceborgmesterens address is listed. The cheap housing for young people is otherwise in short supply in Vejle Municipality, but it does not call the self-examination of viceborgmesteren.
- I have not the big problems, says Dan Arnløv Jørgensen.
- It has been a sensible place to stay. I make not so high demands to life and material goods, say 1. viceborgmesteren.
There are about 800 student housing in Vejle Municipality, according to the national building fund has. However, there is a need for more, according to the mayor Jens Ejner Christensen (V). Vejle grows, and there will be more education to the city such as the new police college.
Dan Arnløv Jørgensen serves almost half a million dollars a year for the work of the municipality, and the meaning of student housing is to offer a cheap rent to young people who move away from home.
the Rent does, however, not the conservative deputy mayor moral qualms.
- It is also a small apartment, says Dan Arnløv Jørgensen.
1. deputy mayor Dan Arnløv Jørgensen (C)
It got 1. deputy mayor Dan Arnløv Jørgensen (C) for the work of Vejle Municipality in 2019:
Fixed remuneration: 113.270,28 kr.
Udvalgsvederlag: 39.320,79 kr.
The/næstformandsvederlag: 218.894,75 kr.
Viceborgmestervederlag: 116.433,37 kr.
total: 487.919,19 kr.
Source: Vejle Kommune
There are 24 student housing on Ydunsgade, where the 45-year-old deputy mayor lives. However, there are no available rooms at the present time, and all of the homes have people on the waiting list.
The same applies to the whole Vejle a search on student housing. Zero available housing for young people throughout the city.
On the municipality's website states that student housing is for the young students and other young people who want to stay cheap, have confidence around the lease and a caretaker at your fingertips'.
- Are you a student?
- No, not anymore, says Dan Arnløv Jørgensen.
- You are well also not quite young anymore?
- No, I am not.
- Why do you live so in a ungdomsbolig?
- It has been practical and sensible for me to stay here.
- You do not think you ought to move out, so there may be space for a student?
- It is I also started to do. I'm looking for another apartment.
- How long have you lived there?
- a Long time.
- I can see a headline in the local newspaper, to Vejle missing student housing.
- Yes, we have also invested quite strongly.
- You can't see any problem in that you are well up in the 40's have lived there, while there is a shortage of student housing?
- Not immediately. I have paid my rent.
- You could start with to make room for a young instead of a deputy mayor in 45 years.
- Yes, it happens too soon. I'll have to do.
-, it Is so different ungdomsbolig you are moving to?
- No, it is not.
- So, I hope that you get well ahead, so you can get a young man to the city to study. It is well those who want the lure to?
- Yes, of course.
The 45-year-old Dan Arnløv Jørgensen has not directly broken any rules by staying in ungdomsboligen. But if he wanted to move into today, it could not be done according to the boligforeningens rules.