800 Chapel Street

    • Residents MUST contact the Resident Manager mobile: 0400 010 905 to arrange a booking time for any moves in or out.
    • Only half day bookings are permitted ie. 9:00am-12:30pm or 12:30pm-4:00pm. Residents will not be permitted to move in to their apartment unless a booking has been made.
    • There are only two moves permitted on any one day per building.
    • Moves are not permitted on Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays at any time.
    • Visitors MUST advise the Resident Manager of the name of the contractor delivering goods. The Resident Manager will explain access details and parking for the removalist.
    • Notify all carriers and trades people that they MUST contact the Resident Manager prior to arrival on site.
    • Vehicles must not obstruct the car park entry and must be parked where instructed by the Resident Manager.
    • Furniture or goods on trolleys must not be brought through the entrance foyers. All goods are to be moved via the car park only. This is to ensure damage to the building is minimised.
    • Furniture may only be moved into SY21 when the protective covers to the appropriate lift and entries have been fitted.
    • Ensure the task of moving goods to and from the lift is as quick as possible.
    • Furniture or goods must not be stacked or placed against the lift doors on any level.
    • Please encourage your removalists to take cardboard boxes and packing away with them. Should this not be done, residents should carefully follow the instructions for waste disposal for polystyrene, plastic, paper and boxes.
    • The size of the lift at 800 Chapel Street is approximately 1400mm wide x 2000mm deep x 2700mm high with a 1000mm wide x 2100mm high doorway.
    • The Resident Manager will inspect the lifts, foyers and common areas for any damage, which will be noted in a Form of Indemnity.


    • 800 Chapel Street is accessed by a main entry lobby on Chapel Street and two car park entrances, one off Chapel Street and one off Malcolm Street. There are also pedestrian access doors at the car park entrances and direct access to the podium area at Level 2.
    • Residents can access the building using their proximity card as the building incorporates an access control system with proximity card readers at all entry points.
    • Visitors are required to contact a resident via intercom. The intercom is located at the Main Entry Lobby at 800 Chapel Street. The control provided by the intercom in each apartment permits access via the passenger lift or stairs to the floor of the respective resident only. The resident presses a release button (grey with a symbol of a key near handset) on the video/intercom in their apartment, which provides the visitor access. The lift will allow access to the respective floor only.
    • Maintaining security is the shared responsibility of all residents of SY21. It is therefore essential that extra care be taken when entering or exiting the building, ensuring that no one unknown to you is permitted to enter at the same time therefore gaining unauthorised access.
    • External entry/exit doors MUST NOT be propped open and you should ensure they close securely behind you each time.


    • 800 Chapel Street has two entry/exit points for car park access, one located off Chapel Street and one located off Malcolm Street.
    • Access to the car park areas are also with the use of the security proximity card.
    • Private car parking is provided in the basement of the building with each car space allocated to an appropriate apartment with the apartment number painted to the car space.
    • Residents are to park only in their allocated parking space and a private parking agreement is in place to ticket any incorrectly parked vehicles.
    • There are visitor car parks located immediately inside the entrances to the car park and the visitor areas are a “Pay & Display” facility.
    • The maximum allowable height of vehicles entering the car park is 2.0m. Vehicles over this height are prohibited from entering the car park as they may cause damage to overhead duct and pipe work. Should this occur, it is the responsibility of the vehicle owner to pay for any damage, which may be incurred. If it is a visitor or contractor to a particular apartment, the liability will rest with the apartment owner.
    • In certain areas of the car park, overhead ductwork and pipe work is below 2.0m and these areas have been highlighted with reflective hazard tape.

    As there are pedestrians always walking around the car park, safety must be adhered to at all times. Please be aware of the following:

    • The speed limit is 5 km/h;
    • Please be aware of pedestrians around lift lobby areas and car park ramps;
    • Watch for pedestrians when entering/existing car park;
    • Observe directional traffic flow arrows;
    • Put on your head lights when in the car park so you are easier to see;
    • Always use your proximity card when entering or exiting the car park. Only one vehicle is permitted to enter or exit the building per swipe of the proximity card. If you fail to swipe, the garage door could end up on the bonnet or roof of your vehicle.
    • For security purposes, do not leave your proximity card in your vehicle.

    Bicycle storage Chapel Street car park – Malcolm Street entrance.


    Rubbish chutes for general rubbish are located in the service corridor next to the elevators on each level.

    • Please ensure your household rubbish is in thick and properly sealed plastic bags prior to placing in the rubbish chute, preventing spillage and odours escaping. It’s a long way down and the rubbish can break out of the garbage bags creating a mess and causing a health risk to those cleaning the mess or in the near vicinity of the rubbish chute at the time.
    • All glass, plastics, newspapers, magazines and steel is to be taken to the garbage room, located through the service corridor, at the top of the steps on Level 1, and placed in the appropriate bins for recycling.
    • Do not leave rubbish in bags outside your apartment door, balconies, or the floor in the garbage area.
    • Hard rubbish is not to be left in the bin rooms and the disposal of hard waste is the responsibility of residents. Any cost associated with the removal of hard rubbish by the Owners Corporation will be allocated to the responsible party.
    • Stonnington Council has two hard rubbish collections each year and residents can dispose of hard waste at these times.
    • All cardboard boxes and packaging must be broken down, tied with string and neatly packed in the garbage area. Removalists should be encouraged to return to collect empty boxes.

    When using a balcony please consider the comfort of those below. Unsecured items on upper levels can be carried by wind to the lower levels. Therefore please adhere to the following:
    • Cigarette butts must not be discarded over the balcony or left in ashtrays on your balcony, as wind will carry them through the development.
    • When cleaning or watering plants, take care to avoid excess water flowing over the edge onto those below. Water late at night when no-one is sitting out on their balcony.
    • Balconies are to be kept tidy.
    • To minimise the likelihood of risk and damage to surrounding people or property during periods of high winds, all loose items are to be removed from balconies.
    • Laundry, towels, bicycles, clothing etc. are not permitted on balconies.
    • Alterations to balconies are not permitted without the approval of the Owners Corporation. Membranes that are disturbed could cause leakage to apartments below and therefore all work to balconies must be clearly detailed and provided to the Owners Corporation for approval.


    • Under the Environmental Protection Act, unreasonable noise is prohibited.
    • Noise is determined to be unreasonable when it is can be heard inside another residential premise during certain times of the day.
    • Noise from electrical building equipment is prohibited between 8pm and 7am Monday to Friday, and before 9am and after 8pm weekends and public holidays.
    • Musical instruments, amplifiers, radio, CDs, DVDs and televisions must not make unreasonable noise between 10pm and 7am Monday to Thursday, before 7am and after 1 pm on Friday, before 9am and after11 pm on Saturday and before 9am and after 10pm on Sunday.
    • It should be noted that equipment use outside the prohibited hours might be considered unreasonable, depending on the conditions of use.
    • For immediate disturbance occurring after hours please contact the nearest police station.


  • PETS
    • A Resident must not keep any animal upon the common property after being given notice by the Owners Corporation to remove such animal.
    • A Resident must ensure that any animal belonging to them does not urinate of defecate on common property.
    • A resident must ensure that any animal belonging to them is kept on a lead while in any building of the complex.
    • The Level 2 podium area is strictly a pet free zone.


    There is a car wash area on level 1 of the car park on the left at the top of the ramp. Residents are required to supply their own washing supplies and hoses. There is to be no parking on the car wash bay. Unattended vehicles will be issued with a parking ticket in accordance with our private parking agreement.



    Telephone: Residents choice of provider.
    Electricity: Residents choice of provider.
    Gas: Gas supply to kitchen cook tops is connected to a central meter.
    For supply, open the gas isolation valve in the cupboard under the bench beneath the cook top.
    The supply of this gas for the cook tops is paid by the Owners Corporation. Individual connection is therefore not required.
    Water: South East Water. For connection phone 131 851.
    Hot Water: Origin Energy. For connection phone 132 461.
    Pay TV: Foxtel phone 1300 785 622.
    Each apartment has telephone and Foxtel connections wired through to the apartment. Activation of these services are the residents responsibility if they so require.


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