Any good builder will tell you that, to have a successful building project, you have to be able to see the project completed before you start. If you haven’t worked through details of the project in your mind, and solved and documented all the problems first, you are heading for some unexpected surprises as well as costs.
Planning Approvals, aka Decision Notices, are made up of a lot of information and a lot of different requirements. There is, however, one item you should pay particular attention to when determining the budget of a development – the Infrastructure Charges Notice.
Whether you are in the building industry or not, it is common knowledge that there are certain Boundary Setback Requirements which you must abide by when conducting any type of construction. However determining the exact requirements for your block of land can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. Here is where to start.
Are you dreaming of building your own home? Let’s imagine for a minute that you have just signed a contract to buy a block of land and about to set that dream in motion then you notice that the property has a covenant over the land. So, what does this mean for construction of your new home?