At Prince Henry, all owners are part of a community scheme known as Community Association DP270427 (CA) constituted under s.25 of the Community Land Development Act 1989. The CA is not a strata scheme. The NSW government established our CA recognising the site’s cultural and heritage significance.
The CA operates in a similar way to an owners corporation or strata scheme for an apartment block. It oversees the management of broader ‘whole of project’ objectives and initiatives on behalf of its members.
The CA's only asset (common property) is Lot 1. Located on Jenner Street, the building on Lot 1 houses the Pivit communications equipment. The CA is responsible for managing and maintaining this asset.
Proposed alterations or additions to completed buildings or developments, for example colour changes, signage, transmitting or receiving devices, screens, solar panels, pergolas and awnings, must be approved by the relevant neighbourhood association or strata scheme, where there is one, and should then be submitted to the CA for consideration before applying to the relevant consent authority (generally Randwick Council) for approval to proceed. The CA is also responsible for ensuring strata schemes, neighbourhood associations and individual owners maintain their lots to a reasonable standard.
The Community Association must convene an Annual General Meeting each year. Any person entitled to vote at a general meeting can ask for a motion to be put on the agenda for a general meeting. A notice of meeting including minutes of the previous AGM is issued to all lot owners before the meeting. All lot owners are encouraged to attend the AGM but may only speak if invited to do so by the executive committee.
For details of the next meeting go to the CA Questions page.
The Prince Henry Design Guidelines was established as part of the original Prince Henry master plan. It's an essential guide for developers, builders, landscapers and certifiers. This is a very large document and may take considerable time to download. Please contact the CA Managing Agent if you'd like a copy of the 'Prince Henry Design Guidelines'.
Landscape Design Guidelines is an extract from the larger Prince Henry Design Guidelines document and based on a general understanding of the landscape qualities of the immediate surrounding coastal environment. To maintain the integrity of Prince Henry at Little Bay, it's important for developers, builders, landscapers and certifiers to comply with the landscaping requirements detailed in this document. This is a large document and may take considerable time to download. Please contact the CA Managing Agent if you'd like a copy of the 'Landscape Design Guidelines'.
Prince Henry design principles contains a concise overview of the design principles applying to the Prince Henry site. To determine detailed design features, it's important to refer to the more detailed 'Prince Henry Design Guidelines'.