Lakemba Car Park By-Laws
1. These By-Laws apply to any person who enters the grounds of the premises by way of private vehicle.
2. These By-Laws are prescribed by the Board pursuant to the powers conferred by the Constitution of the Club.
3. The grounds of The Lakemba Club are private property and Canterbury League Club Board of Directors has the right to regulate access to the grounds and to control the entry of vehicles and their operations within those grounds.
4. Car Park By-Laws provide for the orderly movement and parking of vehicles. Failure to comply with the rules may result in fines, loss of parking privileges and/or disciplinary action.
5. Parking rules will be applied appropriately by Club Management to ensure effective parking and traffic Management.
Restrictions on car park entry
6. Persons do not have an absolute right to enter the car park of the Club;
- Entry is a privilege granted to Club members.
- Carpark operating hours are subject to the Club’s opening at 10am daily and closed one (1) hour prior to cease of nightly trade.
- Vehicle entry is a Member’s Card swipe (note: Member must be present in a Vehicle seeking entry as Membership Cards are NOT transferrable).
- The privilege must be exercised responsibly and due regard to safety of other drivers and pedestrians along with adjoining residential premises.
- The Club accepts no responsibility for any damage and/or theft from vehicles and use of the club park is at the absolute risk of the owner.
- Vehicles and their occupants must preserve the quiet and good order of the neighbourhood and in his regard not emit loud music, voices and/or sound a car horn unnecessarily.
- Vehicles must be driven in a safe and responsible manner at all times.
- Drivers must comply to the reasonable direction of Club Staff and Duty Management at all times.
- Vehicles carrying dangerous, flammable liquids or materials of a harmful nature are NOT permitted into the Carpark at anytime.
- Drivers must not unnecessarily sound a Vehicle and/emit excessive music.
- Persons are not permitted to gather and/or congregate in the Carpark.
- Persons using the Carpark are required to adhere the Rules setout herein, to assist in preserving the Quiet and Good Order of the Neighbourhood.
General car park rules
7. Where a vehicle is stopped by an authorised person in relation to a breach of the driving rules or due to the manner in which the vehicle is driven, for identification purposes the authorised person may demand the licence or other suitable identification of the driver.
8. Overnight car parking is not permitted unless approved by the Duty Management in exceptional circumstances. Any vehicle breaching this direction maybe towed and/or moved from the club carpark at the owner’s expense.
9. Commuter, retail and/or residential Car parking is not permitted.
10. Special event parking conditions maybe implemented at the discretion of Management.
11. All vehicles shall observe and comply with posted speed limits and direction signage.
12. Vehicles shall at all times give way to pedestrians.
13. Drivers must not leave a vehicle unattended with children and/or animals at any time.
14. No vehicle shall park otherwise than in accordance with the signage and lined markings situated throughout the carpark.
15. Drivers will be held liable for damage occasioned other vehicles and fixtures/objects throughput the carpark.
16. Incidents occurring in the Carpark are to be reported to Club Management.
17. Subject to compliance with these rules, vehicles may only have access to the car park for the purpose of using Club facilities.
18. Parking shall be at the risk of the entrant.
19. Entry & Exit to the Carpark is only permitted via the electronic Boom-gate/s.
20. Some Staff parking will be allocated.
21. Vehicles hauling/towing trailers are not permitted in the Carpark.
22. Vehicle weight must not exceed 3 Tonnes.
23. Only vehicles displaying an authority issued by the Roads and Maritime Services of NSW or issued by another Australian State or Territory Govt. Authority in the form of a valid Mobility Parking Scheme Permit recognised by the NSW Road Rules may park in the areas designated for Disabled Parking.