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When council does not allow to build up.....

Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by Genia, 7th Jul, 2015.

  1. Genia

    Genia Member

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    "The family feared it would be unable to renovate because of strict density regulations associated with their development of a 1960s single-storey row houses, according to Arch Daily.

    Doing above-ground work would’ve required intensive negotiations with all the affected neighbours. But, after meeting the architect, the family realised it could sidestep the regulations by expanding underground (see below)."

    http://www.rpmonline.com.au/news/13...y_Manager_Bulletin07_07_2015&utm_medium=email
     
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  2. Hanison

    Hanison Well-Known Member

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    Cool idea.
    I love unique homes but that yellow slippery slide reminds me of the TeleTubbies.
     
  3. drg86

    drg86 Well-Known Member

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    I like this. Good for insulation too ;)