From the Forum: Are gym trainers profiting from your assets


Apartment block gyms are great assets for residents – especially if they are well equipped and maintained.

But they are common property – there for everyone’s use.  So what do you do when personal trainers start using them for their clients on a commercial basis?

Is that any different from people letting their share of building facilities on Airbnb?

Turns out there are all sorts of different scenarios, some more commercial than others,  and they all require a different approach.  That’s HERE.

Also on on the forum …

  • Can I claim compensation for loss of rent when my bathroom has been demolished to allow for a common property repair? That’s HERE.
  • The Tribunal said a 700 percent increase in levies wasn’t on … so now the committee is pushing for a special levy for the same amount. That’s HERE.
  • We have just noticed that a unit for sale in our block has installed floorboards illegally. Is there anything we can do to prevent them becoming a common property problem?  That’s HERE.
  • How do I get my committee to take my complaints about illegally parked cars seriously?  That’s HERE.
  • PLUS: Responses are already rolling in on the story about the resident who lets his dog swim in the communal swimming pool. That’s HERE.

There are stacks of other questions and answers on the Flat Chat Forum.  And there will be even more by the time you read this. Don’t miss out on your chance to ask or answer a question.

One Reply to “From the Forum: Are gym trainers profiting from your assets”

  1. Jimmy-T says:

    This is now being discussed in the Flat Chat Forum

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