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I understand that parking is one of the topics that is frequently raised, although I think most around the use of Visitor Parking spaces by residents or other non-visitors.
I’d like to know what is the situation in relation to use/occupation of private car spaces?
I have an office in a commercial strata, which has two car spaces assigned. These spaces are numbered as belonging to my unit and I also have a small bollard ‘do not park here’ for each car space. Unfortunately the OC would not allow me to install a robust ‘post’ bollard and the bollards have been vandalised so that they can be closed without the key.
Recently I have found my car spaces occupied so that I have had to use somebody else’s space to park my car. Really not good. I’m aware of some car parks that are patrolled by Parking Inspectors. So there is a process where you can enforce parking violations.
Should I be contacting the Strata Manager of the car park involved or are the rules for unauthorised occupation of a private / personal car space different to that of a visitor car space?
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