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In our investment property we have 2 entrances to the carpark which tend to be used by the public as a drive-through/turning circle. It’s not a busy street so the issue is not frequent (maybe a few times a week).
There haven’t been any particular issues that we are aware of but we remain a little concerned as the drive-through space was never designed for that purpose (being access to resident’s parking spots in that location of the carpark and fairly narrow at that). There is a risk that one day our car (or the building) may be impacted by a poor driver. Installing gates is a solution but not that practical.
I guess the question is whether the matter needs to be considered by the OC (for whatever reason) or can safely be considered a mild annoyance for residents?
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