Two Grouped Dwellings on R20/R30 Lot (Duplex) – 3D Bird’s Eye

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Comparison Slider – Previous vs Proposed Development Standards

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Comparison Hover – Previous Development Standards

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1
Average lot size of 300m2 per dwelling required – therefore only 2 grouped dwellings are permitted.
2
Maximum building height of 2 storeys is permitted.
3
Street setback of 4 metres required – if the building is staggered then part of the building can come forward to a minimum of 2 metres provided a compensating area of open space is provided behind the 4 metre setback line (known as the average setback).
4
Side setbacks are calculated for each wall, depending on the length and height of the wall and whether the wall includes large windows – the wall can be as close as 1 metre to the boundary.
5
Rear setbacks are calculated for each wall depending on the length and height of the wall and whether the wall includes large windows – the wall can be as close as 1 metre to the boundary.
6
2 resident bays per dwelling are required if the site is further than 800 metres from a train station or 250 metres from a high frequency bus route (measured in a straight line) = 4 bays required (most often provided in double garages or carports for this type of development).
7
1 visitor bay per 2 dwellings is required = 1 bay. The visitor bay may be constructed in the verge.
8
45% of the property needs to be left as open space – this open space can include driveways, uncovered car parking and bin areas, and some patios and alfresco areas. Often there is little area left for trees and other planting.
9
The previous framework provides little ability to prevent the removal of trees or require the planting of trees.

 

Comparison Hover – Proposed Development Standards 

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1
Average lot size of 300m2 per dwelling required – therefore only 2 grouped dwellings are permitted.
2
Maximum building height of 2 storeys is permitted.
3
Street setback of 4 meters required - if the building is staggered then part of the building can come forward to a minimum of 2 metres provided a compensating area of open space is provided behind the 4 metre setback line (known as the average setback).
4
Side setbacks calculated for each wall, depending on the length and height of the wall and whether the wall includes large windows – the wall can be as close as 1 metre to the boundary.
5
Rear setbacks of 3 metres are required at the ground floor level and 6 metres at the upper floor level, when the dwelling is 2 storeys - rear boundary walls are not permitted.
6
2 resident bays per dwelling are required if the site is further than a walkable distance of 800 metres from a train station or 200 metres from a bus stop = 4 bays required (likely to be provided in double garages or carports for this type of development).
7
No visitor bays are required for this type of development – therefore no construction of visitor bays in the verge, leaving more area for trees and planting.
8
25% of each strata lot needs to be set aside as landscape area. The landscape area needs a minimum dimension of 2 metres and cannot be used for driveways, uncovered car parking and bin areas, and patios and alfresco areas. The use of paving and decking in landscape areas will be restricted.
9
There are specific requirements for the planting of small, medium and large tress – the number of which is relative to the size of the landscape area.