Condo Smarts: No means no for common property changes

Dear Tony: I have a south- facing unit in an eight-floor building, and my deck is open to the full exposure of the sun. During the day, the deck surface heats up and it is unusable as a result of the heat. I put in a letter to my council advising I would be installing an arbour and awning structure that would cover half of the area and reduce the glare within my strata lot. I attached the construction document showing how these would be attached to the building.   Read the article…………


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