While community living environments, like apartments, offer convenience, competitive prices and central locations, they often don’t have pro-pet rules, with many by-laws restricting people from having pets in strata.
This guide will help you understand pets and properties, covering things like what to do if you want to get a pet, how to change a by-law if they’re not accepted, and how to reduce the chances of your pet becoming a nuisance.
By discussing these topics and explaining what they are, how they affect you, and addressing the common misconceptions around each topic, we aim to provide you with the tools to enhance livability, certainty, and harmony within Australia’s community living landscape.
Whether you’re thinking of getting a pet for your strata property, or if you already have a pet and are thinking of moving, see what’s required when it comes to by-laws and how you can get special permissions to keep a pet in your strata.
If you are running into by-laws that are prohibiting you from keeping a pet, remember it’s always possible to challenge existing by-laws by having it repealed or adopting a new one, we’ll show you how in five steps.
See the several important factors that need to be considered when you are giving a pet a new home. You need to make sure your pet purchase is the right decision for you, your pet, and the residents living in your community.