Re: Just for show? - Outdoor fireplaces and water features?21
Jul 21, 2015 3:23 pm
Our local councils won't let you build any combustible unit ( wood fire, gas heater, combustion stove etc ) within 900mm of any side or rear boundary and not in the front setback. I doubt whether a pizza oven would comply either but I think they tend to turn a blind eye to cooking appliances like those and BBQs.
I should have said that is what they say for built-in units. I think a freestanding unit would be a different matter but that would probably depend on how pedantic your particular council is.
Re: Just for show? - Outdoor fireplaces and water features?22
Jul 21, 2015 6:16 pm
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