Go this via e-mail this morning from the building manager, it was sent to all Tenants in the building and then forwarded to all us plebs (extract only). Whilst the City of Melbourne do allow motorcycles to be parked on footpaths as long as is doing so pedestrian access along the foot path is not impinged, please be aware that parking of motorcycles within the building in areas not designated as motorcycle parking is prohibited. Example: • Parking along the xxxxxxx St footpath is permitted by the City of Melbourne; • Parking adjacent the xxxxxx St entry doors (ie: in the glass cavities next to the doors) is prohibited. Could you please ensure that staff are made aware that the continued parking of motorcycles within building perimeter boundaries in areas not designated as motorcycle parking is prohibited. Motorcycles found parked in prohibited areas will from this point forward be removed at the owners risk and cost. To convert that into English, the building I work in in Melbourne's CBD has several bikes parked out front even though there are signs on the windows asking them not to be parked there. The front of the building is back slightly from the actual property/footpath boundary and where the bikes are parked puts them out of the weather but within the building's boundary. Basically the owner is warning the riders to do as they've been asked or the bikes will be TOWED. Now the reason for posting it. You cant just remove someones vehicle from your property (or clamp them) from what I understand as by removing the car/bike you're stealing it as far as the law is concerned so I'm now waiting to see how this goes and will share it with you if anything happens. Oh, and if parking in the CBD be careful where you leave your bike. and I'm not identifing the building either.