i've been spending time going further and Looking around some new suburbs and came across three corner blocks around 530-600sqm mark. They seem good for dual occupancy. 2 are on auction the same day at the same time and one on another day. Been reading a lot about the subdivision rules where the one can use the primary frontage and the other secondary frontage cand be 2-3 meters (for the new dev). Given the configurations - trying to work out which among these are the best in terms of return from dev or capital growth wise. Corner Block 1 : 530ish sqm, this one a semi detached house to the next door neighbour (which means less value if sub divided) currently tenanted month to month. 3 light poles though at the corner and at the boundary (one looks like it's gonna drop) ranges 500-550K. GRZ1 which means no site coverage fixed percentage Lots of neighbours and houses with double storey sub divisions. Corner Block 2 : 600ish square meters. THe largest of the 3. House is really run down and requires a lot of work, untenanted - though it is easy to throw a house on the side. ranges 550-600K. (not to mention this one has the tenant which committed suicide - so a stigmatised property). GRZ2 with site coverage at 40%. Vegetation overlays. Corner 3 : 560sqm though better mainted block. Asking above 600K. Agents seem a bit uptight however feel the dimensions are slightly skewed could only get a smaller townhouses if sub divided. Also not many neighbours have any double storey townhouse so would be a hard one. GRZ2 with site coverage and vegetation overlays.