Hi, I'm on 4 hectares zoned low-medium density residential in the Toowoomba area. A lot of development is happening locally, with a new 30-hectare multi-purpose sports field opening nearby. The whole surrounding area will eventually be residential housing. I’m looking at the feasibility of subdividing, dedicating around 2.2 hectares to the creation of several lots: possibly ten at 20x32m, ten at 20x25m, and eight at 15x25m (sizes encouraged by the planning code), with a new road connecting them all. This is rough plan: http://s15.postimg.org/6x9xab4nv/IMG_20160125_185640.jpg The lots should sell for at least $100-$150k, and I'm guessing $500k for the road, and $60k for the development/fees for subdividing each block. I don’t have the money to fund the entire development, so some questions: Is it possible to develop in stages, subdividing and selling in portions? Or even to sell lots before they’ve been subdivided? The existing road to the property isn’t sealed. Do access roads impact on a DA, and if so, what contributions are required by council? There is no local sewerage system. Is this idea unrealistic or is there a more cost-efficient way to go about it? Any advice or personal experiences would be appreciated. Cheers.