Hi Everyone, I'm seeking advice as a tenant of a property on which construction of a granny flat has begun at the rear of the block. We were notified verbally by the property manager when we signed the lease in September 2015 that a granny flat was likely to be built sometime during our lease, however no firm date was ever provided, and it was not disclosed in the lease agreement. We were notified construction was going to begin via phone less than a week prior to commencement, and we received a letter providing further details of the construction only 5 days prior. The letter was dated 27/5, yet was received hand-delivered in our mailbox 29/6. Construction began 4/7. Seems to me like dodgy practice from the agent. I contacted the agent yesterday to discuss reimbursement in the form of reduced rent for both the inconvenience caused to us during the construction, and the fact that they will be accessing our power. So far they have said they will drop a measly $60 from 1 weeks rent. Just this morning I was awoken at 6:30 by a knock on the door from the tradies requesting we move our car out of the driveway so that they can access the site. This is despite been told by the agent that our driveway access during construction would not be affected at all. Off-street parking is included in our lease. I feel it's time for a strongly worded email to the agent expressing our frustration. Any advice on how we should proceed? Is it too soon to threaten NCAT proceedings? Any help would be greatly appreciated!