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Newcastle
1/22 Portside Cres
Wickham NSW 2293
P: (02) 4041 5200
F: (02) 4962 3032
E: newcastle@cstm.com.au

Port Stephens
5/63 Donald Street,
Nelson Bay 2315
P: (02) 4041 5200
F: (02) 4981 0188
E: portstephens@cstm.com.au

Tuggerah
6/19 Reliance Dr
Tuggerah NSW 2259
P: (02) 4355 7100
F: (02) 4351 5505
E: tuggerah@cstm.com.au

Terrigal
Level 1, 72 The Esplanade,
Terrigal NSW 2260
P. (02) 4355 7100
F. (02) 4384 3575
E: terrigal@cstm.com.au

Noosa
Suite 4, 17 Thomas Street
Noosaville QLD 4566
PO Box 1547 Noosa Heads QLD 4567
T (07) 5473 3400 F (07) 5470 2752
E noosa@soundbcm.com.au
W Click here to go to our Noosa page

Newcastle 1/22 Portside Cres
Wickham NSW 2293

Port Stephens 5/63 Donald Street
Nelson Bay 2315

Central Coast 6/19 Reliance Dr
Tuggerah NSW 2259

Level 1, 72 The Esplanade
Terrigal NSW 2260

Suite 4, 17 Thomas Street
Noosaville QLD 4566

30 Jul 2015 - Smokers may have to butt out under strata law reforms

The NSW Government has recently issued reforms to laws governing the manner in which strata schemes operate. All parties involved in strata management and residency were previously operating under regulations that hadn’t undergone reform since 1973.

It is anticipated that these changes will hold a range of benefits and have a positive effect on strata communities across the state.

In a move to update the safety of residents and provide a more comfortable environment, proposed changes to by-laws have targeted a number of key areas. In particular, the issue of smoke drift that is seen to be a nuisance or hazard has been identified as an area of concern.

The owners corporation will have more power, being able to issue compliance notices to offenders, and seek Tribunal assistance where required.

Given the health concerns arising from second hand smoke exposure, particularly in areas where children may be present, this is seen as a progressive step forward in strata law reform.

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