Entrance spaces, as common property, are often left without care for their maintenance and are most often in a very poor state. Yet they are the face of the block or the entrance. The entrance area is the first thing the visitor is confronted with. And it is not pleasant when the first impression of a visit is negative.
What is worse, however, is that the lack of control over these areas allows each person, without difficulty, to enter directly from the street into the entrance space, ie. at the block or building at any time of the day. The poor movement of people within the cooperative or block, in turn, predisposes to the seamless movement of outsiders into the site, who prepare or perform anti-social acts without being noticed.
And if every person invests in the protection of the main entrance of the apartment, why not pay special attention to the main entrance of the block, which is really the second additional security barrier to his apartment.