For most questions, the information applies to the whole of Jacksons Landing – see Frequently Asked Questions on the left of each page.
However, some information is different for different stratas.
The visitor parking area is shared with Knox on Bowman and Sugar Dock, and is often full. Residents are not allowed to park in the visitors’ car park, even for short periods.
A system of lockable bollards in all visitor car spaces has been introduced. These are to be used only by short term visitors for continuous periods of up to eight hours.
Application for use of a visitor car space is to be made by the sponsoring resident to Security staff at the Gatehouse on Bowman Street. If a space is available, Security will issue a bollard key to the resident and record the resident’s name and contact details and the name and car registration number of the intended visitor. Immediately after the visitor’s departure (no more than 8 hours after the time of issue of the key) the bollard must be re-locked and the key returned to Security and logged off. Security will provide the Building Management committee with a periodic report of these records.
Access to the visitor parking area is via the left-hand boom gate on entering the car park. The visitor must make contact with the sponsoring resident by using the intercom panel before the right hand boom gate and the resident will then raise the boom gate and unlock the bollard at the allotted car space. On the visitor’s departure, the bollard must be re-locked and the key returned immediately to Security.
Inappropriate or careless use of the bollard system may result in one or more restrictions or penalties:
* Removal of the lock and installation of a new lock;
* An administrative fee of $120 being charged against the offending resident for costs associated with the bollard key replacement;
* A ban being imposed on the issue of bollard keys to the offender for up to 3 months.
You can download a copy of this procedure by clicking here.
You may be eligible for a City of Sydney visitor parking permit. This allows you to park anywhere in Pyrmont where the sign indicates – Area 20. Clickhere to download the City of Sydney’s Residential Parking Permit Guide And Application Form.
Residents are asked to exercise care when entering the car park, so that unauthorised people do not tailgate into the car park. Only motor vehicles should be stored in car spaces.
Facilities in the building
Stonecutters and Knox on Bowman share a heated indoor pool, a small gym and a garden, all located between the buildings – ground floor level of Stonecutters, level 4 of Knox on Bowman.
General waste: Monday and Thursday
Paper and cardboard: Monday
Bottles and containers: Wednesday
Using the intercom
The revised user manual for the intercom can be downloaded here.