VIC Sub dividing what size mudtvit b pls

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  1. justine77

    justine77 Well-Known Member

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    what size must property b to subdivide pls
    What do I need to know re sub diving and if a property can b subdivided pls . Do I ask council . What eise should I ask them pls
    Eg flood zone
    Protected trees
    Sewerage
    Sloping
    Who else can help re research pls re if s property can b subdivided pls
     
  2. Lindsay_W

    Lindsay_W Well-Known Member

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    There are some good responses on your other thread;

    What team do I need to research and buy pls

    First things first - can you afford it, do you know what your borrowing capacity is?
    Have you got any experience doing something like this previously? What looks easy often isn't.
     
  3. Angel

    Angel Well-Known Member

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    Can you read the council's website where it tells you about the land usage of each block you own?
     
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    justine77 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you .
    It’s for my son and no experience in anything but yes can afford
     
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    I'd be checking the local shopping centre for the kind of people who hang out there. Not all bogans are bad but the fewer the better I reckon.
     
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    If you see some nut screeching their tyres through the Macca's car park then maybe don't invest there lol.

    It's Friday night, lets burn rubber!
     
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    Mel Morgan Sydney Property Manager Business Member

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    Hmm this question is so high level that I'm unsure we can we can provide much assistance. I would call or see the council's duty planner and ask them your question with reference to your specific block. If they say 'yes youc an subdivide subject to...' then I would find a local planner to assist.
     
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    Maybe better to tell you son to jump on Property Chat and have a read through some posts?
     
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