House Rules

Vorq Space is a coworking space that provides visitors with a quiet area where they can concentrate on work, boosting their productivity as well as widening their circle of acquaintances and possibly business contacts. However, one should keep in mind it is first and foremost a workplace where a set of house rules applies. 





We value having you as part of our community and are committed to doing all we can to make sure that you and all of your fellow members and guests have:

  • A productive and enjoyable place to work

  • Work space, power, fast Internet, coffee and tea

  • Hassle-free use of our meeting and conference rooms

  • An incredible community of smart, friendly and helpful independent coworkers to connect with.

  • Opportunities to host events of your own, including classes, social gatherings and workshops

  • A vibrant, uplifting place to call your professional home, even if it’s just to stop by and say hello

  • Advance notice of any changes to the services or other updates, sent to the email address(es) you’ve provided us

  • An honest commitment to serve you to the very best of our ability. That said, we are human and fallible. Should something go wrong, we’re really sorry, but Vorq Space can’t be held legally responsible. If you’re hacked while on our network, or if our WiFi goes down, or if someone steals something from you, it’s not on us. We will, however, do whatever we can to help you resolve the issue.

  • An always-open line of communication, and confidence that you can share with us any and all questions, concerns or ideas. (PS it’s or +919820779955


  • Vorq Space is a workplace; treat the space and your neighbors with respect and consideration. When you walk out the door, make sure the space is in the same condition (or better!) as it was when you walked in the door.

  • Your stuff is your responsibility. It’s your job to make sure that you do not leave anything at Vorq Space when you leave, unless it’s A) in your private office B) on your dedicated desk. If you do, and after a reasonable time has passed, we can do what we want with it.

  • Use your own stuff, not your neighbor’s. If you do need something, send up a flare. We’re here to help.

  • Participation is an extreme sport. If you break it, lose it or cause any losses, claims or damages, we’re going to have to ask you to make it right.

  • Respect your neighbor’s smarts, and they’ll respect yours. When you see something on somebody’s monitor or around the printer or on a whiteboard somewhere, forget you saw it. You don’t want your client or your ideas made public and neither does your fellow coworker.

  • Practice kindness. We have zero tolerance for harassment. Every Vorq Space member and guest should feel welcome, comfortable and productive in our space regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or other personal attributes or beliefs.

  • Think before you click. No bit torrent or porn. And Vorq Space cannot be responsible for third-party data, websites, links or services. 

  • Keep it legal. We have zero tolerance for anyone using the Vorq Space or resources to conduct or pursue any illegal activities, or any activity that is generally regarded as offensive.

  • Events are great; until they’re not. It’s your job to provide us with advance notice prior to hosting any event at the Vorq Space. 

  • Be key smart. If we’ve entrusted you with a smart card to get into Vorq Space, we’ve given it to you—not your neighbor, partner or guest. Keep it to yourself, don’t make copies and do not allow any guest(s) to enter the space without making sure they’re registered at the Welcome Desk. If your card is lost or stolen, or if you don’t return it to us when your membership ends, we’ll be keeping your deposit as per your user agreement.

  • Communication is a two-way street. You’re responsible for letting us know right away if there are any changes to your contact and payment information. It’s also on you to read the emails we send you with changes to our services, fees and other updates.

  • Two’s a party; three’s a crowd. If the number of members or other guests regularly using your private office exceeds the number allocated on your Membership Details form, you’ll have to pay up. In no event will the number of users exceed the number of desks in your private office, no matter how much you pay us.


  • Using shared spaces, taking care of the property

  • Each working unit comprises a table with a chair and wireless Internet access.

  • It is necessary to respect foreign property. In case of furniture or property damage arising out of negligence, you need to arrange a replacement or pay for the damage.

  • You should not bring your own furniture to the coworking space or stick posters on the walls without prior permission. If you think you have a really good idea for a new wall poster, you are welcome to present it to the head of the coworking space.

  • Everyone should endeavor to make the shared office spaces pleasant for all users. The temperature of the room should be such that it will suit most users. We normally avoid under- or overheating, as it is a waste of valuable energy. Using one’s own heaters is not allowed.

  • We are fond of pets, as long as you don't bring in any endangered species. Wild animals and birds are prohibited as well..

  • Guests of members must be signed-in upon arrival. Member must be present while guest is visiting the space.

  • We are an office environment, so as much as we support working mothers and fathers, this is not a place to bring children. A quick hello is OK but we don’t allow them here while you are working.

  • Number of prints taken should be entered in the register. Don't print material that could remain in digital form.

  • Turn off lights or appliances that aren't being used, even if you didn't turn them on.

  • The furniture in the conference room should stay there at all times.

  • The conference room can be used for business meetings, loud phone calls and Skype conferences.

  • Do not let the conference room become your second home – to use it, you need to book it. Please notify us via email including your time-in and time-out details.

  • Our coworking space includes a kitchenette that can be used by all coworking members.

  • You might consider using labels with your name on the food and beverages you keep in the cupboards or fridge.

  • Everyone is responsible for keeping the kitchenette clean and tidy.

  • Kindly put away all dishes once you are finished eating, rinse them, and keep them outside the sink. Also, please make sure any food residue is binned before you leave it for housekeeping to wash.

  • Any mugs or glasses used should be cleared from your table yourself along with (stirrers/sugar) and brought to the pantry. It has been noticed that mugs lie around for long periods of time in meeting rooms and on desks, often with coffee still inside. Please make it a point to also rinse these as they attract flies.

  • Please do not throw paper towels in toilet as it clogs the pipe, separate bins are kept in each washroom.

  • Coworking is a shared working environment so everyone should make their best effort to maintain a quiet working atmosphere.

  • When speaking on the phone, please adjust the volume of your voice. If your phone call might disrupt other people using the coworking space, please make your phone call in the meeting / conference room.

  • We suggest you put your cell phone on vibrate mode to prevent disturbing others.

  • Please be respectful of other members and refrain from making any kind of noise   in common areas.

  • Smoking & Consumption of Alcohol and/or Drugs & Banned Substances is not permitted anywhere inside the building.

  • Visiting space while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is prohibited. Please report any such behavior to the Community Manager.


Vorq Space is not a place for hatred, abuse, discrimination, disrespect, profanity, meanness, harassment, or spam. Do not: 

  • use the Services to promote violence, degradation, subjugation, discrimination or hatred against individuals or groups based on race, ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity;

  • use the Services to promote videos that are sexually explicit or post links to sites that contain sexually explicit material or show people or animals being hurt or degraded;

  • spam other Users with unsolicited or unauthorized offers of goods and services, advertising, promotional material, junk mail, spam or chain letters, or inappropriate messages;

  • engage in any activity that interferes with or disrupts the proper working of the Services or any activities conducted on the Services; or

  • represent products created by others as your own creation, or act as a reseller of others’ products;


Vorq Space reserves the right to terminate Memberships for such activities.

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