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I have a scanned copy of the Regulations of the Estate.
In the lease, there's a Schedule 5 which covers the "Regulations to be observed by the Lessee". The schedule is included in the Regulations of the Estate document. There's also a mention in the lease that the Regulations can be updated as and when which is in essence this document.
I can scan in the complete Lease tomorrow if required.
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Yes, there is clear reference to the front lawns, the estate access and service roads and to adhering to the "keep off grass" signs.
There is no reference to the rear area (and also there are presently no "keep off grass" signs at the rear). Of course, they could erect them and they could also issue an updated Regulations document to restrict this area.
The reference to the Regulations in the Lease is as below.
The Lessor may at any time or times during the Term hereby granted in the interest of good estate management impose such regulations of general application regarding the Estate as it may in its absolute discretion think fit in addition to or in place of the regulations at present in force (which are set out in the Fifth Schedule hereto) (but so that any such regulations shall not conflict with the terms of this Lease) and the Lessor shall have power in its absolute discretion to revoke amend or add to such regulations or any additions thereto or substitutions therefor and of which notice is given to the Lessee.
Many thanks Jo
Just one point of clarification with regards XXXXX XXXXX constitutes a nuisance. The elderly person complaining appears to regard any sight of children a nuisance (and I understand your point about riding bikes), bearing in mind that my 2 girls are 4 years and 18 months, what would be regarded as reasonable e.g. is skipping acceptable, playing with their dolls, etc?