Oct 23, 2007 2:57 pm
We have just signed contracts on a large block which has a hill covering half the building envelope. We've signed subject to site survey and soil tests thank goodness, however one builder has suggested that if the hill is more than 3 metres high it cannot be removed.
We may well incorporate the hill into the design, but has anyone else heard of this law?
Building an architect designed home out of Insulated Concrete Forms on acreage in semi-rural SE Melbourne.
Developer approval obtained, engineering complete, getting quotes
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