Why allowthe unfriendly BMYS Ltd sign above to claim these grounds are not for general public use? Why allow a fence with a gate, which is lockable, to exist, given the public access the lease requires? (Click to enlarge the photos above and below)
“Re-inforce and encourage public access to the area surrounding the BMYS compound and associated jetty.”
The sign above is on a lockable gate, which happens to be usually unlocked, across public foreshore land leased to Beaumaris Motor Yacht Squadron Ltd, that Schedule C, Clause 15.3, of its Crown lease requires to be accessible to the public, on foot, at all times. Why then is a gate allowed to exist there at all, as it could be locked at any time?
Defects of this sign, especially the sentence “These grounds … are not for general public use.” are:
|BMYS Ltd. signs in 2002 BMYS Ltd. lockable gate with the signs in 2014|
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(Click on the sign and fence photos above to enlarge them)