Unfortunately, no motorbikes are allowed in the Brackenridge Estate. Bikes can be left in the parking area at security. You will need a back-up vehicle to take you to the house.
The main objective of the development of Brackenridge Estate is to provide a high-quality lifestyle for residents, and the purpose of these Rules is to protect this lifestyle. Management will take the necessary steps if guests not abide by the rules.
1. USING THE STREETS
Motorists must drive with caution and around traffic circles. A speed limit of 30 kilometres per hour is to be maintained on the property at all times. Vehicles may not be driven anywhere except on the streets of the Estate. All private open space is off-limits. Parking on sidewalks and on the street opposite traffic islands is prohibited. The use of off-road motorbikes and quad bikes are not permitted at all.
2. GOOD NEIGHBOURLINESS
The volume of music or electronic instruments, partying and the activities of Employees should be kept at a generally acceptable level.
No loud parties, please!
3. ENSURING A PLEASING STREETSCAPE
Caravans, trailers, boats, engine and vehicle parts, as well as accommodation for pets, should be sited out of view of the street and screened from neighbouring properties.
"Every time you break security protocol and regulations, you are making it easier for criminals to do the same".
All residents, visitors and contractors are required to adhere to access control procedures. Details of access control procedures can be obtained from the HOA. Residents are requested to treat security personnel with co-operation and courtesy. All attempts at burglary or instances of fence jumping must be reported Vehicle registration numbers and the property to be visited may be recorded at the entrance to the estate. Unexpected visitors arriving after 20h00 will be granted access only after telephonic confirmation is received from the resident to be visited. Whenever possible the securities centre at the gatehouse should be advised in advance of the pending arrival of visitors.
5. TENANTS, VISITORS
The occupiers of any property within the Estate are liable for the conduct of their visitors and must ensure that such parties abide by all rules.