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A6 Permeability

Permeability refers to the percentage of the site which is able to absorb water; a minimum percentage of 20% applies unless otherwise stated in the schedule to the zone Legend 1 Front porch (roofed) 2 Rear patio (roofed) 3 Dwelling 4 Open deck with concrete under 5 Gazebo (roofed) 6

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A5 Site Coverage

Site coverage refers to the percentage of building coverage over the site; usually a maximum site coverage of 60% applies Elements to be included and excluded Basically, site coverage includes anything with a roof! Even an upper level cantilevered over the ground is included. 1 Front porch (roofed) 2 Rear

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A4 Building Height

Maximum building heights of 9m and 11m apply for neighbourhood residential zone and general residential zone, respectively. Dimensioning The height is dimensioned from the highest point vertically down to the point of intersection at natural ground level ground level There are three dimension lines which are all correct however dimension

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Neighbouring Sites are Vacant

Where one of the two adjoining properties is vacant land, the minimum front setback of the proposed dwelling can be the same distance as its established neighbour a = bor 9m, Whichever is the lessera = 9m Where both adjoining properties are vacant land, the minimum front setback of the

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A3 Street setback

Neighbouring Sites are Established Most commonly, the minimum front setback of the proposed dwelling is established by taking the average of the two adjoining property setbacks. Let’s say, the two adjoining properties, b and c, have front setbacks of 8.17m and 6.24m, respectively: Where one of the two adjoining properties

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