Building A New House
May 04, 2011 5:37 am
I have approved council plans for bayside (Sth Melbourne, about to make an amendment, all rescode compliant by the book). My block is only 8M wide, so it's a custom design, double storey townhouse (how I envy those that can use ready made plans). The challenge is boundary to boundary for some of the structure (garage and 1 wall).
I've thought about going down the "to lock up" path, because I've renoavted 4 houses in the past, so fitouts aren't an issue, and already have all the tools. 2 goals save money, and I haven't finalised finishes, which will probably change once I can see the frame.
Has anybody had experience in bullding to lockup in the inner city ?
Does anybody know of builders who do this in the inner city ?
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