The Ladies of Hunterford is an open gathering of residents that meets in the Community Centre on the 2nd Thursday of each month for morning tea. Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided but bring your own cup or mug if attending. Pre-school children are welcome.
The Executive committee has set up an on-call arrangement with a Security firm. If any resident observes instances of the bylaws being broken or any other disturbance of the peace, they should contact an Executive Committee member. After confirming the situation, the Committee member will call for a visit from the security firm to deal with the matter.
See latest Newsletter for residents (August 2018).
The Welcome to Hunterford newsletter provides useful information on the facilities and community services available for residents
Council clean-ups take place twice a year in March and September. They only collect from inside the estate, so no rubbish should be left on Pennant Hills Road.
All owners are reminded that, as part of their contract of purchase, they are obliged to arrange an annual termite inspection of their property. The Association also conducts an annual inspection of the common property.
All Hunterford roads are private property and belong to the Community Association. As these roads are narrow, care needs to be exercised when driving on them. Residents and their visitors are requested to only park on one side of any road and not to park across from a T-intersection. Residents are urged to drive at low speed on the roads within Hunterford to minimise traffic accidents. Residents are not permitted to park any vehicle on designated visitor car spaces (By-Law 3.5c). Parking is not permitted in Ivy Lane, The Grove or Peppercorn Lane.
Limited parking is allowed on Hunterford Crescent and Governors Way. It is requested that cars only be parked on one side of Governor’s Way, (the side opposite the apartments), and only the inside (45 degree) curb of Hunterford Crescent. All Residents are required to use their garages and driveways whenever possible.
If owners wish to carry out any modifications to their Lot, they must first apply for permission using this Application Form.
All fences, gates and pillars in the fences, including those containing letterboxes, should be painted with the standard estate colours. For letterbox and other pillars, use Dulux low sheen acrylic, colour Saddlebag. The Committee has a can of this paint available for residents to borrow if just wanting to repaint a pillar.
All white fences and gates should be painted with Wattyl Solagard. When purchasing a 4 litre can, to a white base add 8N of B, 20N of C and 1N of I.
We have a spec sheet of external colours of the Masterton manor houses in Riverview Place.
We have a spec sheet of the external colours of the Wincrest houses in The Grove.
Owners of other properties are invited to share their external spec sheets on this website so that repainting of properties will keep uniformity in the estate. Please email Premier Strata.