Apparently there was a segment on TV this morning about banning smoking on balconies in residential units etc ( owners and tenants) and my property manager has now had about 6 complaints from different tenants wanting a smoking ban in their unit complexes - what do you think and would you vote yes or no if you owned a unit? ( the body corporate can ban it if majority owners agree )
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26-05-2012 12:44 #1
Should smoking be banned on balconies?
26-05-2012 12:50 #2
I would agree with the ban. Even if a smoker is outside on their own balcony the wind can drift that smoke off towards another persons balcony where it enters via a door .
A non smoker next door shouldn't have to put up with that.
26-05-2012 12:53 #3
I agree it should be banned
26-05-2012 12:55 #4
Yep def agree!
26-05-2012 12:56 #5
Yes it should be banned.
26-05-2012 12:56 #6Guest Guest
If it affects people in their home then yes.
26-05-2012 12:57 #7
No I think that's ridiculous. Sorry but I do. Smoking is already banned everywhere public just about but private balconies is nuts. Are these tenants supposed to walk downstairs to the car park to smoke? Is it the risk of smoke blowing in someone else's window or butts landing on the ground? It just seems a little bit extreme to me.
I'm a non-smoker and generally supportive of smoking bans but I think this is going a bit far.
26-05-2012 12:58 #8-
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I agree it should be banned.
26-05-2012 12:59 #9-
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No, as a NON smoker I say how ****ing odd an idea :s its THEIR home, how about we just make the sh!t illegal already and give the same help to quit to smokers as we do ILLEGAL drug users!
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26-05-2012 13:01 #10
Yes they can walk down to a smokers area.
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