Frequently Asked Questions

Parking

  • The Beaumont Quarter Visitor Parking is only for use when visiting someone in Beaumont Quarter for up to 3 hours (P180) and this is enforced with clamping/towing 24/7. If visitors need to stay longer, there is pay parking out on Beaumont St, which becomes free parking after 6 pm.
  • The towing company only get paid if they catch someone breaking the rules, so they are around on a regular basis. It will cost you $200 to have a clamp removed or retrieve a towed vehicle.
  • Any car parks not marked “P180 Visitor Parking”, are allocated to someone who lives here - so don’t park there or let your visitors park there - even if it is empty and you’ll only be just 5 minutes.
  • Please also note that “car park hopping” or a quick drive around the block to gain another 3 hours isn’t acceptable.
  • If you, as a resident, need to load or unload something and it can be completed in less than 10. minutes, then you can use one of the visitor car parks near your place.
  • If you live in Beaumont Quarter, or are staying overnight, Beaumont Quarter considers you a resident and you may only use the visitor parking for 10 minutes for pick ups / drop offs.
  • If your office is based in Beaumont Quarter, anybody who is in your employment and who works from site (no matter how long for) counts as a resident and therefore cannot use visitor parking for longer than 10 minutes.
  • Residents who use the visitor parking for longer than 10 minutes may be towed or clamped.
  • Residents, if you need an extra car park, contact the building manager and he may be able to advise of one that is available for rent.
  • All visitors must actually be visiting residents in their place of residence not off site somewhere. If this is not the case, the vehicle may be clamped or towed.
  • If you are having trades people in to work in or around your house, notify the Complex Manager per the operational rules and he will advise on parking.

You can ring Kiwi Recovery on (09) 948-6920. Cars that have been towed can be retrieved from 230 Symonds Street, Eden Terrace, Auckland 1023

Noise

  • The Operational Rules prohibits noise or behaviour that is likely to interfere with the use or peaceful enjoyments of the community by others.
  • Beaumont Quarter is an absolute quiet zone after 10:00pm and before 7:00am.
  • If noise from neighbours persists, as a resident you have the right to call Simply Security day or night (at 021 515 730) and the call out charge will be on-charged to the owner of the units causing the disturbance.

Call out charges are $100 for first time offence, $300 for second and $500 for the third offence.

Moving Here

  • The Body Corporate Operational Rules and BQRSI Constitution should have been provided as part of settlement.
  • Prior to moving in, we require that all residents complete the ‘Contact Form’ and submit it online. If you are living with multiple individuals in a unit, we require that all individuals read this welcome letter and fill out the attached ‘Contact Form’. This is important for security reasons, ensuring that you are aware of the rules, as well as knowing how to contact you for packages etc.
  • Once you have moved in, pop in to the manager’s office and introduce yourself.

  • The Body Corporate Operational Rules and BQRSI Constitution should have been provided as part of your tenancy agreement.
  • Prior to moving in, we require that all tenants complete the ‘Contact Form’ and submit it online. If you are living with multiple individuals in a unit, we require that all individuals read the Beaumont Quarter Welcome Letter and fill out the attached ‘Contact Form’. This is important for security reasons, ensuring that you are aware of the rules, as well as knowing how to contact you for packages etc.
  • Once you have moved in, pop in to the manager’s office and introduce yourself.

  • The following must be provided to your tenant before they move in:
    • The Body Corporate Operational Rules
    • BQRSI Constitution
    • The Beaumont Quarter Welcome Letter
  • Prior to moving in, we require that all tenants complete the ‘Contact Form’ and submit it online. If you have rented to multiple individuals in a unit (or your tenants intend to have flatmates), we require that all individuals read the welcome letter, and fill out the attached ‘Contact Form’. This is important for security reasons, ensuring that they are aware of the rules, as well as knowing how to contact your tenants for packages etc.

Please contact the building manager at least 24 hours before moving in. You will be advised exactly where your moving truck should park, and you are responsible for ensuring that they park in this spot. Do NOT under any circumstances block access to private car parks.

Repairs, Maintenance and Improvements

This is complicated. Sometimes unit owner, sometimes the body corporate. Please ask your body corporate chair.

Please advise the building manager at least 24 hours before, especially if there is the potential for disturbing your neighbours, and if you they need a carpark for more than 3 hours.

As Beaumont Quarter matures owners will be looking to make some level of modifications to the exterior of their property including the private external areas. Proposed external changes may have an impact, to various extents, on other units or the look and feel and overall character of Beaumont Quarter.

This document provides a unified site-wide approach across Beaumont Quarter and sets out a clear process to work through along with the responsibilities for all involved. It also gives some guidance of what can and can’t be done to prevent proposed modifications from affecting not just immediate neighbours, but the development as a whole in an adverse way.

Download the Beaumont Quarter Design Manual

General

  • Beaumont Quarter is a pet friendly place.
  • Please pick up after your pets-both dogs and cats. There are cameras on the complex and if it is deemed that this is not being done, you will receive a warning for the first offence, $100 for the second and so on in $100 increments for each offence.
  • If possible, please toilet your dog outside of the complex as the common areas are used by people of all ages.
  • Please keep your dogs on a lead at all times in any common areas.
  • If you own a cat, please ensure that it has a collar on with the owner’s name and address.

  • The Complex Manager can be contacted outside of business hours only in case of an emergency. Please do not contact the Complex Manager in non-emergency situations outside of business hours.
  • It is a good idea to keep a backup key with a friend in case you get locked out outside of business hours or over the weekend. Do not contact the manager if you have lost your key.

Common Areas

  • Use of equipment in the Recreation Centre is limited to 15 minutes during busy times.
  • Shower in the shower facilities provided inside the Recreation Centre prior to using the swimming or spa pool. If it is found that this policy is not adhered to, the individual will be charged $50 for the pool cleaning costs and the individual will run the risk of being denied access for a week.
  • Swimming attire only when using the pools, and gym attire only when using the gym equipment. Please wipe down equipment after use.
  • The Pool opens at 5am and closes at 10pm. It is not available to any resident outside of those hours with or without a key fob.

  • Skateboarding is NOT allowed anywhere in the complex.
  • Hire scooters (Jump, Flamingo, Lime etc) are required to be left on public property (out on Beaumont Street). They are not to be left within the complex (as it’s private property).