12.1. LANDSCAPING AND GARDENS
12.1.1. The residential garden and the streetscape is an integral part of the Estate and have great importance in ensuring that the Estate develops into a homogeneous whole. Development and maintenance of gardens must be undertaken to integrate into the aesthetics of the Estate and focus on indigenous trees and plants.
12.1.2. Trees on member’s private property or planted by a member on the sidewalk in front of the member’s property, which causes a direct or potential hazard of any nature on or to the
common property and infrastructure, or another member’s adjacent property, have to be investigated by the Directors / Estate Manager, in consultation with the property owner, and any relevant aggrieved member/s. The Board’s decision will be final, and the Board have the right to instruct the member to rectify the risk to their satisfaction, failure upon which the Board shall have the right to rectify the situation at the member’s cost.
12.2. STREETSCAPE
12.2.1. Every member is responsible to establish and to maintain the areas between the street curb and the boundary of the property, commonly referred to as the sidewalk. Planting must not interfere with pedestrian traffic or obscure the vision of motorists.
12.2.2. Established streetscape must be kept neat and tidy at all times. On occupation of a new
residence, the member is allowed two months in which he/she is to establish a permanent streetscape including driveway paving.