Stellar Projects can review, consent and deliver the subdivision of your property through to new titles. Subject to house designs being provided there are no density limits in the Mixed Housing Suburban, Mixed Housing Urban or Terrace Housing and Apartment Building zones. In the single house zone you can have one house per 600m2.
We offer a free consultation where initial information is exchanged, options discussed and the process explained. we can review your property and confirm whether it is suitable to subdivide and basic require- ments to achieve this.
We undertake a due diligence investigation and analysis of your property and your development potential, consideration against relevant plan provisions, infrastructure requirements, title reviews and where opportunities or constraints exist.
A formal proposal will be provided with the options available to you. The proposal will cover all required specialists and basic costings associated with the consent process to facilitate the subdivision of your property. Though our detailed understanding of planning rules, the unitary plan & market knowledge we will put together a proposal of your options with all information necessary for you to make an informed decision about what you would like to do.
Once you have approved the process to achieve a subdivision we will commence work.
We have multiple highly experienced civil engineers within Stellar Projects which therefore can all be taken in-house for your ease and convenience. If you choose to use another engineering company then we are able to work with them throughout this process. Engineering approvals and building consent documentation will need to be obtained. Physical works tendered and carried out. Our project managers can run these processes and deliver the end product whether a vacant allotment or residential dwelling on fee simple titles.
We also have very well regarded Project Mangers in their field within Stellar projects who are able to project manage your project or we can work with an outside company if need be.