Question: Many rented lots in our building have converted an open plan study into an extra bedroom without approval causing overcrowding. Can we insist these apartments be re-instated to their original configurations?
Strata Reports Victoria Question: Our Owners Corporation levies have been increased substantially to pay for necessary maintenance. Is there a limit to how much levies can be increased by?
City of Sydney Round 3 of City of Sydney grants program opens next week. These grants help building owners and managers better understand and target efficiency projects to reduce ongoing operational costs.
Eyeon Property Inspections By having a quality Capital Works Fund Forecast in place and following its recommendations, the Owners Corporation will greatly reduce the likelihood of special levies associated with building maintenance costs.
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NAT: Impact to households who are living in apartments with flammable cladding
Are you an owner in a building affected by combustible cladding? RMIT would like to invite you to participate in the ‘‘At what cost? Cladding concerns for owners" research project. They are interested in learning more about scale of the problems owners of property affected by combustible cladding face day to day across Australia, particularly those living in apartments.
QLD: BCCM Regulations - Consultation on Draft Legislation
The community and stakeholders are invited to have their say on consultation drafts of new regulations to support the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997. Draft regulations, and information about the reforms included in the new regulations and how you can have your say can be found at the Department of Justice and Attorney-General community consultation website page.
Consultation for all draft regulations closes 30 October 2019.
QLD: Combustible Cladding Checklist Part 3
Identified building owners have until the 31 October to ensure that they have completed the first step in Part 3 of the three-part Safer Buildings Combustible Cladding Checklist. This involves engaging a fire engineer and registering their details on the combustible cladding checklist. You can find out more about the Safer Buildings Audit, including deadline extensions and important dates here.