I live in a community development. The community association want to install better pool security. This includes access fobs for which they want to charge a fee in addition to community levies. Those without a fob will not be able to access the facility. Can they do this? – Chris, NSW

Yes, the community association can install pool security, and every property would need to get a fob for access to the pool. This tends to be a standard and valid process and expectation.

Check out this recent article on our website highlighting the new swimming pool regulations passed by the NSW government.