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Including a granny flat or now more commonly known as a "mini home" can be a positive way to add value and flexibility to the use of your existing home. 


The existing house does not need to meet complying development standards. Only the new extension or addition to make the granny flat must meet the requirements of the policy, such as heights, building setbacks, maximum site coverage, and maximum floor area. These requirements can change from council to council.


We can help you from designing the granny flat and offer ideas for the best way to utilise the space you have. 


In regards to council applications, we are also able to take care of those for you included in the managing of the project.

Granny Flat / Mini Home

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