NSW: Q&A How To Deal With the Noisy Tenants In The Apartment Above

Question: I’d like the noisy tenants in the apartment above me to be aware of the disturbance they are creating and the lot owner to change the flooring and comply with sound proofing requirements. Is this achievable? The lot owner upstairs changed their flooring from carpet to timber floor without approval from strata. Since then,…

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Q&A: Noise from floor of unit above

  Question: I have a problem with the neighbours upstairs. I hear every footstep as their dining room is directly above me. They have parquetry flooring and no rugs or other floor coverings in their living areas. Visitors to my apartment agree the noise is unbearable. I do not have a good relationship with these…

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Ask Premium Strata: Faulty Waterproofing

Faulty Waterproofing I live in a unit complex in Sydney and there are 76 units. My strata contracted (& paid for) a company to come fix my faulty waterproofing on my balcony. In order to access the faulty waterproofing, the company had to remove/lift the wooden deck on the balcony. During the process of repairing the faulty…

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Q&A: Who is responsible for floorboards in a unit?

Our CEO, Leanne Habib, provided a response to a LookUpStrata reader’s question regarding sanding and polishing floorboards. In short the answer is ‘it depends’. If the flooring was installed at the time of construction, has not been altered since by an individual owner(s) and is affixed to the common property floor slab within your lot,…

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