Dual occupancy developments are very popular in Australia at present. When an investor, renovator or individual are looking to invest, they might consider building a granny flat, a house extension or undertaking a dual occupancy development.
Individuals may choose to build a dual occupancy development and then, either sell both or choose to live in one and sell the other.
Dual occupancy developments are popular for mums & dads or small investors. It can be common, simple and straight forward, or it can be an absolute nightmare. This is why it is essential to make sure you have the knowledge, experience and support you need to guide you along the tricky path to DA approval.
There are many decisions to be made, no matter what type of dual occupancy you decide to build. Whether it’s attached or detached, Torrence Title or Strata Title, the Corona Projects team can assist with every step in the process from the initiation of design to the approval you need in order to start. If you need a builder we can even connect. you with one of our approved partners.
We can guide you through the whole process. We hold your hand and take care of all the compliance, approval and design requirements.
Our end to end service includes:
The Corona Projects team will do everything needed to get you to the point of starting your build.
Corona projects have the capacity, skills and experience to ensure your dual occupancy development is as quick and easy as possible.
We can assist with the preparation of a comprehensive Construction Certificate(CC) and Tender documentation and coordination of the following:
These documents will enable you to obtain accurate tender prices from builders.
This is a common question and it depends on a number of factors like:
Either way, the team at Corona Projects can manage all factors and guide you as needed. Corona Projects have the experience to make sure your application takes the fastest route to success!
This is a common question and depends on the parameters of the development. In most cases, a Private Certifier is a cheaper faster option, but a Private Certifier cannot be used in all cases. There are some instances where a Private Certifier cannot issue an approval because there are site-based restrictions. For example where the land is impacted by flood or fire. In these instances, council approval is required.
Private Certifiers also need to follow specific building regulations which relate to building shapes, front setbacks and take adjoining buildings into account. If a design involves something a little more customised, a council DA is the right option.
Luckily the Corona Projects are able to determine which option, Private Certifier or council will best suit your development project.