Garden Rules & Bye-laws
Please remember at all times that the Garden is for the quiet enjoyment of residents.
The Garden rules are set out below. Use the following link to see the Bye-Laws in full.
Residents are welcome to have parties in the garden. Parties of more than 15 must obtain permission first. Please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know the details of the party and we can notify you of any clashes with any other garden activities. In all cases it must be hosted by a qualifying resident. Please be aware of the following responsibilities and bye-law requirements:
- The gates must be kept closed at all times. If you are expecting guests to arrive, the gate must by manned or your guests contact you by mobile phone as they arrive.
- All rubbish and debris must be removed from the garden. (The bins in the garden are provided for dog waste only and are treated in a different way to normal rubbish removal. They must not be used for anything else.)
- No music or amplified sound is allowed.
- Tables and benches are available on a first come first served basis for the use of everyone in the garden. If you move benches or tables, please would you put them back.
- Parties must end by 11pm.
- Please always consider all the residents of the garden.
- Barbecues are not allowed in the garden under any circumstances
- All resident dogs must be registered with the Committee for which a one off registration fee is payable of £100 per dog.
- Dog owners must clean up after their dogs. Plastic bags and bins are provided.
- Please use a torch when in the garden with your dog after dark.
- Dog owners must be responsible for their dogs at all times.
- Dogs must be under kept under close control at all times.
- If a dog becomes a nuisance the Committee reserves the right to require it to be kept on a lead or to ban it from the garden.
- Residents are responsible for the behaviour of their children and guests in the garden.
- Children under the age of 7 must be supervised in the garden
- Please do not let your children pick flowers or run through the flower beds or leave litter in the garden.
- Please be aware that stones left on the grass get caught in the lawn mower and can fly out and hit the gardener and anyone else nearby.
- Please try and keep noise to a reasonable level, especially before 10am at weekends.