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Use of Common Property at VATR


All residents are entitled to use most areas of common property, but there are some restrictions. Below is an explanation of the different types of Common Property:

  1. Available for the use and enjoyment by all Residents. This includes;
    • Recreational area (Pool, Gym, Sauna, Community Room etc.)
    • Gardens (but access from one courtyard too the other is via the garage)
    • Unsecure bike racks
    • Main entrances on Victoria Street and Albert Street
    • Pedestrian access through the car park
    • Car wash bays (to wash cars, not for parking) 
  2. Some common property has been set aside to be rented/leased to VATR owners/residents per the 2017 special resolution, to allow the lessee uninterrupted use for the leased period.
    • The 18 storage cages located on the south wall of the Tribeca car park (1 is available to lease)
    • The 12 car park spaces owned by VATR (1 is available)
    • The 13 motor cycle parking spaces in basement level (2 are available)
    • The 34 secured bicycle storage in basement level (14 are available)
  3. Some common property is accessible only by those who have controlled access to that property because of its physical location relative to their private property. This includes:
    • Entrances, foyers, passageways in walk ups and towers only accessible for access to relevant apartments by residents
    • Lifts only to residents of their respective tower
    • Private garden/courtyard areas on exterior boundary walls only accessible via abutting private properties
    • Cages abutting privately titled car parks that are only accessible via an abutting owned or leased car park.
    • Storage Rooms in towers only available to owner residents on their respective floor.
  4. Some common property is not accessible to residents being property that has been set aside for VATR services. These include fire services and plant rooms, electrical switchboard room, manager’s office and cleaners’ rooms etc.​

With the exception of item 2, the use of common property is free of charge.