In the Moreton Bay Regional Council area, developing a dual occupancy is generally limited to the following four zones: Centre zone, Emerging Community zone, General Residential zone, and Township zone. Centre Zone Code assessable where in a mixed use building; AND in the Caboolture, Strathpine or district centre precinct. Emerging Community Zone Code
There are a few zones where you can propose a dual occupancy in Brisbane and the application will be limited to code assessment, meaning no public notification and no third party appeal rights: Character Infill Zone (CR2) a. Any pre-1947 house is retained b. You do not exceed 9.5m and 2 storey building
The below table specifies the minimum required lot sizes and frontages in particular areas of the Moreton Bay Region Where no minimum lot size or frontage is specified, generally the density of the development is used to determine the number of lots potentially created Where the subdivision specifics in the below table
What do you need to lodge a DA involving subdivision? Undertaking a development application is a lot more fun when you know upfront the documentation you will require! Each subdivision site will have its nuances and there will be slight variances to the below but this should help you get started.
It is fairly uncommon to find a simple splitter block these days but there are a few tricks to finding something others may overlook. It can be a matter of knowledge, timing or sometimes just plain luck! There are a number of issues that can arise on a property that seem like