I do recall of a few on the somersoft forum where people were putting second hand removal homes on larger blocks and subdividing or granny flats. Does anyone here have experience in this. Looked at building new but the quotes are making the projects look non feasible (have not found a builder in brisbane that is efficient at building budget small homes/granny flats) Did find a house for sale by a house moving mob that fits in the building envelope and has been refurbed (new cladding/internal walls/flooring/kitchen/bathroom/internal electrical and plumbing) and can fit on my land in one shift (no need to cut etc). All they said it needs is water/sewage/phone/electrical connections and have the current electrical box tested which may need replacement. Currently the project is self assessable and only a private certifier is involved. Does anyone know whether council will have more issues as it is a used house (no asbestos as cladding has all be replaced? In terms of connection fees could around 10k be within budget? Council sewage manhole is around 8 metres from the house (though bathroom and kitchen would be around another 8m (though this could be built under the house and not under the ground). Water meter should also be able to be installed around 6m from the house. Electricity and phone runs across the road. Only other thing is stairs which shouldnt be over $500 ($200 for frame from bunnings + $30 treated pine sleepers + install) Also considering prefab/cointainer homes. Although ugly what's people thoughts? Could look nice if raised with garage below and cladded to match home?