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I live in NSW.
The strata manager served notice on me advising major remedial work to the whole of the building’s exterior will commence in two weeks and consequently accessing my garage is possible to move things in and out, however with the scaffolding in place, moving a car in and out is impossible for a period of 6 months.
The issue here is street parking close to the building is impossible at best and we have a few months old child which makes it even worse for obvious reason.
What rights do we have? For example:
Can we request the scaffolding be of certain type that allows us to park the car in the garage for the safety of our child?
Can we request the works to commence and be concentrated on our side of the building to minimise the disruption period of 6 months?
Can we request special permit to park our car on common area where it will not disrupt other tenants? At least walking with our child to the entrance of the building will be few minutes rather than 20 minutes.
Are we entitled to reduction in our strata levies due to disruption to peaceful occupancy of our home to compensate us for renting a parking spot in an adjacent building?
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