Question: Our strata executive committee has been taken over by a group of lot owners who make decisions in their favour and no longer enforce bylaws. They don't communicate with the rest of the committee. What do we do?
Hon Rita Saffioti BBus MLA, Minister for Transport; Planning
One of the actions to be undertaken by the McGowan Government arising from the recent parliamentary inquiry into short-stay accommodation is the updating of strata title guidance to include powers and processes open to strata companies to manage short-term rentals.
Bannermans Lawyers Pesky parking practices by owners and occupiers can be a nightmare for strata schemes. However, it presents a perfect opportunity for an owners corporation to obtain a monetary order of up to $1100 from NCAT for every breach of a parking by-law.
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In part 4 of our housing special, we talk to some of the people and businesses that are thinking differently about Australia's housing affordability crisis. And look at why there are growing calls to build more units and apartment blocks in our cities and suburbs.
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WA: Proposed reforms to the approval process for commercial buildings
Building and Energy is inviting WA to share their views on ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the commercial building approval process, including the process for approving apartment buildings. To find out more click here. Submissions close 3 Apr.
NT: Better design ahead for apartments and mixed-use developments
NT Planning Commission is seeking ideas from the community for how to achieve quality residential apartment and mixed-use developments. The Designing Better Project Snapshot and the technical Discussion Paper are at haveyoursay.nt.gov.au, along with details of the public information sessions in Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs. Submissions close 6 Mar.