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PharmaG
15 February
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Feb 15, 2018 5:49 pm
Hi everyone

We are building in stage 15F and will be submitting to Campbelltown council shortly for a DA. Has anyone had feedback from Campbelltown council regarding retaining walls? We were planning to use timber sleepers but I've been informed by someone from the council that retaining walls need to be made of masonary materials??

Hi everyone

We are building in stage 15F and will be submitting to Campbelltown council shortly for a DA. Has anyone had feedback from Campbelltown council regarding retaining walls? We were planning to use timber sleepers but I've been informed by someone from the council that retaining walls need to be made of masonary materials??

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PharmaG
28 November 2017
3109
Nov 28, 2017 6:08 am
Thanks for your replies
Can I ask another question. Our builder has asked us to obtain a bushfire report before submission to Campbelltown council.. does anyone have someone they could recommend to do this? Quotes I've got have ranged from $7-900


Thanks for your replies
Can I ask another question. Our builder has asked us to obtain a bushfire report before submission to Campbelltown council.. does anyone have someone they could recommend to do this? Quotes I've got have ranged from $7-900


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PharmaG
27 November 2017
3106
Nov 27, 2017 7:19 am
Hey everyone
Can anyone provide information about the professional landscape plan that our developer requires before we can submit to council/CDC? Has anybody managed to do this themselves without paying somebody to do it? If so how did you go about it? The cheapest I found was blue gum design which charges around $400.


Hey everyone
Can anyone provide information about the professional landscape plan that our developer requires before we can submit to council/CDC? Has anybody managed to do this themselves without paying somebody to do it? If so how did you go about it? The cheapest I found was blue gum design which charges around $400.


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PharmaG
5 September 2017
6022
Sep 05, 2017 7:24 pm
Hi everyone
For those who are doing their tiling through m has anybody had any problems getting the tiler to lay rectified tiles with 1.5mm grout? At the studio M appointment in Sydney they get you to sign off saying that the 'industry standard' is 3mm for rectified tiles however our consultant advised us to speak to our site supervisor/tiler to ask for 1.5mm. It's making me nervous as it seems risky...


Hi everyone
For those who are doing their tiling through m has anybody had any problems getting the tiler to lay rectified tiles with 1.5mm grout? At the studio M appointment in Sydney they get you to sign off saying that the 'industry standard' is 3mm for rectified tiles however our consultant advised us to speak to our site supervisor/tiler to ask for 1.5mm. It's making me nervous as it seems risky...


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PharmaG
29 August 2017
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Aug 29, 2017 8:32 am
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[quote="PharmaG"]Hi everyone..... We are building the Salamanca 37 and wanted to get your thoughts on whether we should put a sliding door on the entry to the butlers pantry? For those who have or haven't are u happy? I'm A bit confused about this as I think it looks much better to delete the sliding door and widen/ heighten the entry as in the displays however most people recommend a door for the convenience of being able to hide away your mess..






We are building the doulton with Metricon. And I agree it's better to put a door at butlers. We nearly put a sliding door but decided not too. As we didn't want to loose the space where the door hangs out of it it's opened. Easy to get a things through cos open it will open wider and fit things through there.




viewtopic.php?t=86597


We haven't finished but we put a sliding Door into the Butlers pantry. It was a worry for a little while but we think it should be good


We are building the Glendale 50 n we have a door to the Pantry which we have converted to a butlers pantry with sink n overhead n underbench cupboards. If there was no door, we would have put one in to hide the clutter if any.

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Thanks for your input everyone! Seems like most people prefer a door into the butlers pantry to have the option to close it off-l

We thinking of the below look- opening up the butlers so it looks like more of an extension to the kitchen- but not too sure how practical it is!

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excited_builders excited_builders
NthHome NthHome
Doulton777 Doulton777
[quote="PharmaG"]Hi everyone..... We are building the Salamanca 37 and wanted to get your thoughts on whether we should put a sliding door on the entry to the butlers pantry? For those who have or haven't are u happy? I'm A bit confused about this as I think it looks much better to delete the sliding door and widen/ heighten the entry as in the displays however most people recommend a door for the convenience of being able to hide away your mess..






We are building the doulton with Metricon. And I agree it's better to put a door at butlers. We nearly put a sliding door but decided not too. As we didn't want to loose the space where the door hangs out of it it's opened. Easy to get a things through cos open it will open wider and fit things through there.




- l -->viewtopic.php?t=86597- l -->


We haven't finished but we put a sliding Door into the Butlers pantry. It was a worry for a little while but we think it should be good


We are building the Glendale 50 n we have a door to the Pantry which we have converted to a butlers pantry with sink n overhead n underbench cupboards. If there was no door, we would have put one in to hide the clutter if any.

[/quote]

Thanks for your input everyone! Seems like most people prefer a door into the butlers pantry to have the option to close it off-l

We thinking of the below look- opening up the butlers so it looks like more of an extension to the kitchen- but not too sure how practical it is!

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PharmaG
28 August 2017
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Aug 28, 2017 8:16 pm
Hi everyone..... We are building the Salamanca 37 and wanted to get your thoughts on whether we should put a sliding door on the entry to the butlers pantry? For those who have or haven't are u happy? I'm A bit confused about this as I think it looks much better to delete the sliding door and widen/ heighten the entry as in the displays however most people recommend a door for the convenience of being able to hide away your mess..



Hi everyone..... We are building the Salamanca 37 and wanted to get your thoughts on whether we should put a sliding door on the entry to the butlers pantry? For those who have or haven't are u happy? I'm A bit confused about this as I think it looks much better to delete the sliding door and widen/ heighten the entry as in the displays however most people recommend a door for the convenience of being able to hide away your mess..



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