The Estate contains public rights of way, private roads and pavements, private parking areas and private grounds. If a property owner needs to use a waste skip on the Estate, this must be for the minimum time necessary, must not obstruct access or public rights of way, and must not cause damage. Such an obstruction or damage would be nuisance not permitted under the legal agreements for the properties on the Estate. Other than in exceptional circumstances, consent will only be given for a property owner to place a skip in their own parking space.
Consent will only be given after the Management Company or their Managing Agents receive this form agreeing to the conditions below. This is necessary for the protection of all owners. If a tenant wishes to carry out work, the form must still be returned by the property owner to ensure that they are aware of the work and as only they can agree to the conditions. Please apply in sufficient time, as the Managing Agent has 5 working days to reply to such queries.
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Conditions of Consent
I agree that I will place the skip on the Estate in my own parking space for the minimum time necessary. I agree that I will not obstruct access or public rights of way and, if such an obstruction is caused, I agree to remove the skip within 48 hours of notification of such an obstruction.
I agree to repair at my cost within 30 days any damage caused to Estate, owners' or residents' facilities (including but not limited to parking bays, roadways, pavements, walls and garden areas) as a result of placing, moving or using the waste skip.
If any such repair is required and is not completed within 30 days, I agree that the Management Company or its agents may carry out the repair at my expense and may add the costs to the service charge account for my property.
I certify that I am not in breach of the legal agreement for my property and that my service charges are not in arrears.
This is necessary to protect access to the Estate, neighbouring parking spaces and to comply with the law regarding public rights of way.
This is necessary so that the Management Company and other owners do not risk being left to pay for damage caused.
This is necessary so that the Management Company does not risk being left to pursue companies or to recover money from them at other owners' expense. You are advised to establish, as part of the quotation by the company, what steps they will take to avoid damage and what insurance cover they hold for third party liability.
This is necessary so that granting consent does not risk causing acceptance of a breach of the legal agreement.