Fleeetview has a limited number of visitor car parking spaces provided for the use of visitors and not residents.
Application for use of a visitor car park space is to be made through security by yourself or a person authorised by an apartment resident. For extended visitor parking requests (more than 24 hours), please contact building management via email@example.com with reasoning’s behind the extended request. This will then be forwarded onto the owner’s corporation for consideration.
A key to the space’s allocated bollard will be issued from the security office. After the visitor leaves, the bollard must be returned to the upright position and key-locked. Bollard locking prevents later unauthorised use of the space. The bollard key must then be returned to the security office without undue delay.
Ideally, visitor car spaces should be vacated as quickly as possible (within 4 to 8 hours). Bollard keys are provided for a maximum period of 24 hours.
If bollard keys are not returned promptly after use, considerable inconvenience is caused to other residents who may be seeking a visitor car park space.
Thoughtless or unfair usage of visitor car parking spaces or undue delay in returning bollard keys may result in restricted access to visitor parking in future.
One or two car park spaces are provided for residents. Unauthorised use of another resident’s car parking space is prohibited.
Whilst it is possible to make internal arrangements to lease or lend an unused car park space to a fellow resident, it is a breach of by-law to lease a car park space to a non-resident. Anyone discovered leasing a car park space to a non-resident will have their swipe key access invalidated.
The practice of tailgating is when one vehicle tries to gain entry immediately after a preceding vehicle has entered the car park (and whilst the roller shutter may still be on its downward travel). This practice has been the means of entry for burglars of cars
and apartments. The roller shutters have now been calibrated to lower immediately after vehicle entry.
Consequently, tailgaters now do so at their own risk of vehicle damage.
Car wash bay
A car wash bay is provided in the car park. To unlock the car wash bay bollard you must obtain a key from the Security Office. When you are finished, relock the bollard and return the key promptly.
Kayak and bicycle storage
There are storage areas for kayaks and bicycles. Apply to the strata committee for access to kayak storage. There are bicycle racks in the car park to which bikes can be chained.
Facilities in the buildings
There are a gym, outdoor (unheated) pool and BBQ on level 4. The BBQ must be booked with security, and the key collected from the Gatehouse. Please leave the area clean after use.
There are two lifts in each building, so this is rarely a problem. If both lifts were out of service at the same time, security (02 8565 9494) could provide access to the fire stairs. Otherwise these stairs should only be used in an emergency, as opening the door sets off an alarm that security has to respond to.
These Standards must be read in conjunction with the Architectural Standards for the Community Association.
Air-conditioning units: Window or wall-mounted units are not allowed. Units are permitted on balconies provided they can be adequately screened to the satisfaction of the community association. However, they are not permitted on balconies with glass balustrades, as sufficient screening cannot be achieved.
Balcony enclosures: Balcony enclosures are not allowed.
Balcony furniture: Only the following balcony furniture is allowed:
- outdoor setting
Light Fittings: The light fittings on external balconies cannot be replaced.
Real Estate Signs: Only one ‘For Sale’ or ‘For Lease’ sign is permitted per unit at any one time. This sign:
- Must not exceed 1 metre by 1 metre in size,
- Must not be attached to balconies, and
- Must be affixed to the inside of a window.
Window boxes: Window boxes are not allowed on external windows or balustrades.
Security Grilles: Security grilles are permitted and shall match the colour of the door or window, and equal to ‘Crimsafe’ TM (ph) 02-9536-1555. The typical aluminium frame colour is “Ironbark” – MM147A Low Sheen.
Window Treatment: As all window frames in this building are white, and the wall colours have pale tones, all curtains must have white backing. All blinds and timber shutters must be white.
Colours: Original colours are to be maintained.
Flywire screens: Flywire screens are permitted and shall match the colour of the door or window.
Window Treatment: In general, all curtains must have white backing. All blinds and timber shutters must be white.