We regulate the parking so that your housing area is more attractive to live in.
What are the parking rules?
Where the scheme allows, a parking space will be allocated to the tenant or a member of their household with a valid driving licence and a vehicle that:
is in a roadworthy condition.
has valid insurance displayed at all times.
is registered in the tenant’s name or a member of the household
Is not oversized for the allocated space.
All vehicles must keep roadways or other vehicular access clear. Refuse and emergency vehicles must have clear access at all times
Parking is at the vehicle user’s own risk and AHA takes no responsibility for any damage caused to property or vehicles.
You are only allowed to use your own allocated parking space
Do not block access to any parking space or turning area
Visitor spaces where provided are for guests
A visitor to your property can stay overnight in a visitor’s car parking space for one night a week.
If I am tenant, will I be given a parking space?
Where there is allocated parking, you will only be given a parking space if you own a car. If you own a car then you will be given one space. The space will be in your development but it may not be in front of or next to your property as it will depend on how the development has been built.
Can I use another parking space?
Yes, you can use another space as long as there are spaces available that are not already allocated. You will need permission from the AHA to use an additional space.
The AHA also has the right to revoke any additional spaces.
What do I need to do to get another parking space?
Contact the AHA Manager to find out if a space is available or use the contact us form.
If a space is available then you will need to come into the office to sign an agreement
You will need to have your vehicle registration number, make, model and colour
What happens if I see someone parking in the wrong space?
If you notice someone is parking in an incorrect space or area then please contact the AHA. contact us.
Where should my visitor park and how long can they stay?
On some areas, there are a limited number of spare spaces. If there are no spaces free then your visitor must find alternative parking away from the development and not in another resident’s space. It is the resident’s responsibility to make sure that this happens.
Your visitor can only park in the visitor space for one night during a consecutive 7 day period.