Gardening Sample Clauses

Gardening. 5.1 No plant or flower may be picked from nor may any damage be caused to the garden areas on the common property which are not part of any sole utilisation area for garden purposes. The natural flora and fauna (if applicable) shall not be destroyed, removed or damaged in any way without the prior written consent of the trustees.
Gardening. 1. Assignment of employees in the gardening section shall encompass all of the designated tasks of the employees in that classification at the work site.
Gardening. Gardening opportunities are necessarily limited in campus housing. However, there are some small ways you can use your “green thumb.”
Gardening. All open inside and outside spaces of yards, pathways and buildings will be landscaped with trees and grass adequate for the region. Air-Conditioning (AA): Includes drains and air-conditioning units Split according to the AA Layout (to be confirmed) It does not include AA equipment. Server: not included in the proposal. Security System: not included in the proposal.
Gardening. The group has continues to work in the garden and as well as planting hanging baskets and containers were given permission by the housing association to extend the existing borders which enabled them widen their planting. However, due to the ill health of members they now require external assistance and regular help from local volunteers has recently been secured. During the summer the club had a setback with their bank account and were unable to access their funds for several weeks. This impacted both on what they could purchase and on reimbursing members for goods bought. Consequently, they have moved their account to another bank but now use cash only and the scheme managers keep a small float available. The club entered the Manchester In Bloom competition and are waiting to hear the outcome. ICT: The scheme has undergone a full refurbishment and now that this has finished the computer is available to tenants. The scheme managers will be encouraging tenants to use the equipment and IT training is planned for those who would like it. Roses and Reels Gardening: This group is now running autonomously and needs very little input from the CALL-ME team. They have successfully applied for two grants; one from Greater Manchester Public Transport Executive for a visit to Xxxxxx Park and another from Manchester City Council to continue their work in the garden. Their future plans include removing the shrubs in the car park area and replacing them with flowering dwarf shrubs and installing raised beds at the side of the scheme for soft fruit and fruit trees. During the summer they hosted a garden open day which was well attended by tenants, their friends and families, people from neighbouring houses and management from the housing association. The deputy Lord Mayor of Manchester opened the event and was clearly impressed by the work the club had done and spoke about the benefits of such projects to the health of older people. The club also entered the housing association and the Manchester In Bloom competitions and having had some very positive feedback from the judges. The ‘Roses & Reels’ gardening group have won the ‘Best beds and borders’ in the Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx gardening competition; this is a great achievement as they only started work on the garden in March 2010. Feedback from both members of the club and the scheme manager about the garden project is very positive and they have said that they feel it has brought tenants who did not know each other before tog...
Gardening. 7.1 All gardening on the common property shall be done by persons authorised by the Association unless otherwise agreed to by the Trustees.

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  • Cleaning 8.1 CONTRACTOR shall, at his own expenses, at all times keep the premises free from accumulation of debris, waste materials, and rubbish, and at the completion of the work, he shall remove his tools and equipment and all surplus materials, debris, waste material, and rubbish and shall leave the premises in a neat and clean condition. If CONTRACTOR does not attend to such cleaning immediately upon request, OWNER shall have the right to have this work done by others and deduct the cost therefore from the payment due CONTRACTOR hereunder.

  • Parking Except as set forth in summary Tenant shall be entitled to the non-exclusive use of the Parking Area up to the maximum number of unassigned spaces set forth in the Summary, on a first come-first serve basis. Landlord shall be entitled to establish reasonable rules and regulations governing the use of the Parking Area including, without limitation, the right to issue parking permits and decals to be affixed to motor vehicles (with the reasonable costs thereof being a part of the Common Facilities Charges). Landlord may designate a specific area for Tenant’s parking spaces within the Parking Area and may modify, relocate, reduce or restrict any of the parking spaces in the Parking Area, so long as Tenant’s number of parking spaces is not reduced. Landlord shall be entitled to permit the use of the Parking Area for other purposes, including uses not related to the operation of the Building. Landlord shall not be liable for and Tenant hereby releases and covenants not to bring any action against Landlord for any loss, damage or theft to or from any motor vehicle or other property of Tenant or Tenant’s Agents which occurs in or about the Parking Area. If any visitor parking is provided by Landlord in the Parking Area, the use thereof shall be limited to visitors of Tenant and other tenants of the Building, except as otherwise permitted by Landlord. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Tenant’s right to use such parking spaces shall be a license only and Landlord’s inability to make such spaces available at any time for reasons beyond Landlord’s control shall not constitute a default by Landlord under this Lease.