Hi, we recently had a bday party for our son, where we set up a bouncy castle and some loose tables and chairs at our clubhouse lawn area.

We received a complaint from management on the day that the clubhouse lawn is for public use, hence by placing a bouncy castle etc, it will obstructs other people to use the lawn and making that area for private use.

It totally makes no sense to me, when hardly anybody ever uses the lawn, plus I thought the lawn is built for residential recreational activities.

Management says that they will enforce a clubhouse policy against the use of such things like bouncy castle and loose furniture for outdoor party use, to ensure this will never happen again in the future.

I am so disappointed to hear this. I thought HK has improved in terms of use of green space, but I was wrong.

Can management really enforce a regulation like this? Anything I can do to prevent it?