Re: Added costs for sloping block4
Dec 19, 2016 10:41 am
It depends on a lot of factors of course such as how many retaining walls are needed and whether site access is difficult and in our case the water authority changed out site cut line for some reason. But as an example our was a 2m fall and site costs were $65k soil grade was P but as I understand it all knockdown rebuilds have P soil. No rock.
Building Porter Davis Waldorf 44 (KDR) in Melbourne East
Sales: Oct '15
Tender: Jan '16
Contract: Apr '16
Site Start: ??
Re: Added costs for sloping block5
Dec 19, 2016 2:46 pm
Hi Mel, I can only give you an indication of what mine has cost. We have a 2m fall from back to front of the block - we're building split level which added approx. 19K to build cost, footings are about 35K with Extreme soil rating, and we'll have about 10K worth of retaining to do. There is also soil removal costs as we have to have a fair bit cut on the block but we chose to do that ourselves to save some cash lol. I'm not sure if it differs interstate too but we're building in SA if that helps.
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