Ingwelala Shareblock

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Reserve Affairs
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From the Board
Communications from the Board - quarterly
- Updated 14/12/2016

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Building at Ingwelala that might affect your visit - monthly
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Weather

Rainfall: May 2017:
1983 - 2017 2.5mm
   
Temps:
1992 - 2017
Max: 33°C
Min: 08°C
   
7/14 Day forecast - Ingwelala

Building Rules and Regulations

A Guide to Ownership at Ingwelala and the Responsibilities therein.

Ownership

Ownership at Ingwelala is by share block which grants you the exclusive use of a particular bungalow, together with the right to use all of the common property of Ingwelala - the central complex, swimming pool, traversing, and the use of the bomas and lookouts etc.

At the time of your purchase you will have acquired these shares and at the same time signed the Use Agreement. The Use Agreement sets out your obligations and responsibilities and your agreement to abide by the rules of the company.


Use Agreement

The Use Agreement amongst many things, lists your responsibilities to keep your bungalow maintained in good order and in accordance with the building regulations, which will be changed and updated from time to time by the building committee.

The Ethos of Ingwelala

The building regulations at Ingwelala are not only to maintain the structural integrity but also to enhance the ambience of Ingwelala. In adjudicating an application for changes or extensions to a bungalow, the committee not only takes into account the technical compliance, but also the aesthetics. In addition, any changes must not impinge on the privacy of neighbours or the environment.

Building Regulations

The building regulations have been compiled, updated and improved to ensure that the company's assets are kept in good condition and their value maintained and improved and to ensure that the installation of solar systems, gas reticulation, etc. are to the highest standards. This is not only to ensure the safety of the installations but also to ensure that we comply with the minimum requirements of the insurance company and to relevant legislation.

Building Regulations (2016)
PDF  |  Filesize:  82kb  |  Download
Building Application Form
PDF  |  Filesize: 21kb  |  Download

External bungalow paint colours:

All external wall paint: Plascon D14-5 "Stuffing"
All external Dado lines: (maximum 300mm from apron skirting around the entire unit) Plascon D13-7 "Polynesia"
 
All enamel paint for steel windows and
door frames:
Plascon G 375 "Mushroom"

Members are permitted to use paint products other than Plascon, however the colour is to be mixed to match the same. Considering our unique problem of baboon and insect markings often found on our walls - it is advised that members select a washable paint material. For durability it is advised that the Dado line be painted with a water resistant paint - as in roof paint.