Condo awnings a reasonable response to killer litter: Board

The owners of two units at D'Leedon, a condominium complex in the prime Tanglin district, had sought permission last year to install awnings at their ground-floor units, in response to a killer litter problem.
The owners of two units at D'Leedon, a condominium complex in the prime Tanglin district, had sought permission last year to install awnings at their ground-floor units, in response to a killer litter problem.ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

Strata Titles Board takes issue with D'Leedon MC for initial refusal of unit owners' request

The Strata Titles Board has taken issue with the management corporation (MC) of D'Leedon after the MC initially refused to allow the owners of two ground-floor units to install awnings at their private enclosed spaces, despite issues with killer litter in the estate.

The MC, which comprises unit owners, had told the Board it was not empowered to approve any installations to safeguard against killer litter if the necessary votes were not obtained at the annual general meeting (AGM).

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 04, 2019, with the headline 'Condo awnings a reasonable response to killer litter: Board'. Print Edition | Subscribe