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Calumh96
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PostPosted: 14:34 - 26 Feb 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

return wrote:
No letting agent involved. Just the landlord.

TBH, they're quite reasonable - my rent is below market rate on the condition that I maintain the back garden to a standard that requires regular gardening (at least in the summer). For this reason, they don't want a ground anchor anywhere.

Not only did I ask, but I said they could choose a professional company to install it.


I work for a housing association myself and have come across a few like this. Typically permanent fixtures are not allowed without permissions hence no cement. However we have allowed people to have bars for bike locks drilled into the brickwork and this can be removed and filled.
May be an option worth exploring.
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andyscooter
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PostPosted: 19:01 - 28 Feb 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

large planter fill that with concerete but a ground anchor in that and lock bike to that
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PostPosted: 20:29 - 02 Mar 2019    Post subject: Reply with quote

It takes me an age tog et into my bike i the morning , six locks including the disc-lock and the almax chain. Everytime i curse the extra cost just owning the bike makes for me to keep it safe.

I think Stinkwheels idea is a good one. In fact make two concrete filled planters and get an almax and thread it through both planters with the bike in between them.

The enemny of theives is (not nevesarily in this order), Time, Light, Noise, Hassle.

Would Your landlord let you get a shed? that massivly improvesyour chances of slowing the buggers down.
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