Policy updates

Following a recent Board meeting, a number of policy changes are being brought into effect.

Single boat policy

Sandyport was developed as a boating community to enable each waterfront lot owner to dock their boat at their property. There have been instances of additional boats being docked or stored at individual properties, and some that are not registered to the owner nor their tenant.

The Board has therefore determined that a boat may only be docked at a given property provided that:

  1. the boat is registered to either the owner or their tenant;
  2. a copy of the registration document is provided to our security department, and
  3. no other boat is registered at the address (unless a special dispensation has been requested and approved in writing).

Our Security Department are instructed to refuse entry, or arrange removal, of any boats that fall outside of these guidelines effective August 1, 2012.


Notice of parking violation enforcement exercise

Vehicles parked on Sandyport Drive, other than in designated parking spaces, will be immobilized with a vehicle booting device effective August 1, 2012. In the event that a vehicle is booted, notify the administrative office and allow up to 2 business hours for removal of the device.


Tenant concerns

Tenants are required to channel their property related concerns to their Landlord. The Landlord should in turn report any matters that the Association may be responsible for via it’s website for processing. Reports filed by tenants will be politely referred to the Landlord responsible for the property.


2 thoughts on “Policy updates”

  1. What about the large disabled house-boat that appeared by the pool on Clipper Island directly opposite my home, several months ago. It appears to be “looked after” by the garbage collectors who break their rounds often to pump out the bilge and generally mess around on board. It is a real eyesore….

  2. What happens when you have guest or you are a resident and all of the “designated” parking area are full??? Where do you park?

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