Question: My lot has a huge disabled parking spot for my adaptable unit. It’s big enough for 2 small cars. Is there a regulation or law that restricts me from parking 2 cars in this space?
My lot has a huge disabled parking spot for my adaptable unit. It’s big enough to park 2 small cars easily within the boundary without encroaching onto the common property.
Is this legal? Is there a regulation or law that restrict the disable parking spot is only for 1 car?
Answer: We do not recommend you park 2 small vehicles in the disabled car space.
Given that the adaptable car space is to provide for additional parking space for the disabled (for safe entry and egress from such car spaces), we do not recommend you park 2 small vehicles. Further, 2 small vehicles may breach the parking density limits within your building and the building’s development consent and strata may pass a by-law prohibiting you from so parking.
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