1328 Anzac Ave
Kallangur


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Property Features


Property ID: 3283405

Land Size
894.00 m2

Balcony
Bath
Deck
Queenslander
Wooden Floorboards

Sub divided land ready to Renovate and/ or Develop


This is a unique buy as all the work in subdividing the 948m2 block has been done for you. Buying a block with DA potential or even approval means there is still thousands to be spent in getting it BA ready.

In Australia, housing is a highly regulated industry, and that means sometimes you are going to have to jump through hoops to get your project off the ground. Anyone looking to develop residential property in Australia must comply with legislation from all levels of government, but mostly from your local council. This is because council is usually required to implement state and federal building regulations at a local level, and in doing so has the authority to develop local policies that relate to development.

Have you ever heard that you need to get a Development Approval (DA) before a Building Approval (BA) can be issued? Do you know what this means? It is common to hear the acronyms DA and BA in the world of planning and building certification, but how do they differ and what do they mean?

Firstly, a DA stands for Development Application/Approval. A Development Application is lodged with council either by you or by your private certifier to ensure your proposed building work meets all necessary planning requirements such as the location of your building work on your property, the land surrounding it and overlays such as flood hazards and hill slopes.

A BA is a Building Application/Approval also known as a Building Permit. The Building Application consists of the paperwork you submit to your private certifier with the intention of receiving a Building Approval. To get a BA you must do the work the council requests you to do as a preparation for building.

This site has meet the council requirement and all you have to do is find a builder to create your dream home on one side and renovate the other side.
Work completed includes but is not limited to:
* two new cement driveways on the Gympie Road side of the blocks
* Full acoustic fence installed along Anzac Ave side of Block with separate gates for each block (Directly across from North Leagues Club)
* Sewerage and Unity water works completed and maintenance paid in advance
* Entire block raised and existing house fully retained
* Council fees paid
* Town planning fees paid
* Engineering fees paid

Dwelling One - Existing 3/4 bedroom Queenslander
* Outside of existing house fully repainted
* Inside existing house stripped inside and ready to renovate
* New french doors installed as entrance to the kitchen
* Carpet removed and floorboards polished
* Upstairs bathroom has a new vanity

Dwelling two
Vacant Block
Level and ready to build
2 Valeco house designs to choose from or design your own

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