Harriott is designed for an idyllic lifestyle. At Jinding, we’ve created a community that is beautifully connected through green parks, walking paths and trails, while making the most of the neighbouring wetlands and walkable neighbourhoods.
This guide has been created to help all new residents settle into their new community and to provide some tips to create a space where all feel welcomed.
Most land lots and homes have been designed to accommodate two vehicles. Vehicles are not permitted in your front yard, on footpaths, or on vacant land. Driveways can be used to park cars but are not intended for the long-term storage of boats, caravans, or containers. These are also not permitted to be parked on the street.
To keep Harriott looking great, a landscape design standard has been created. Front gardens should be kept tidy with your lawn, including verges, kept mown and free of weeds. Garden beds and plants should also be maintained regularly.
Rubbish bins are to be kept behind fences or away from public view, except on the day of rubbish collection. Once your rubbish has been collected, please ensure prompt collection of your bins and that they are once again stored out of public view.
Clothes drying facilities must be located away from, or screened, from public view.
We’re a community of friends and neighbours. In the interest of positive neighbour relations, please consider those around you and always keep noise to a respectable level.
F. Window Fittings
Homes should be fitted with curtains, blinds, or shutters. Please ensure visually prominent security screens (e.g., diamond grills), or vertical blinds are not installed on doors or windows facing any street frontage.
Fencing is the responsibility of the property owners. If you share a fence with a neighbour, it’s a good idea to get in contact with them to discuss your requirements and make arrangements that suit both households. Due to privacy laws, Jinding can not disclose purchaser details, but you can request this information from the City of Geelong: www.geelongaustralia.com.au/ct/forms/ form.aspx?form_id=20165
Throughout the construction of your land lots, Jinding will host ‘welcome events’ which are a great opportunity to meet your neighbours. Another alternative, you can agree to pass on your details to your neighbours through the sales team or customer relations, and we can provide your details. Please contact Customer Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org with your best contact details and the lots you wish to get in contact with.