May 07, 2017 12:44 pm
Hi everyone, again i need information on the restrictions of building driveway over a sewer manhole! The land we are looking to buy has this man hole close to the side where our driveway will be. 5m from the left boundary. I guess driveway has to be 5.6m wide+ 0.9m side setback. As it will definitely come under driveway area.
We dont have the option of switching the driveway to the other hand side as it got a padmount easement (padmount located in The adjacent lot, but we have the easement).
Just trying to find out whether the lot is worth buying or is it going to be a huge cost factor in terms of building the driveway over it?
Re: Building driveway over sewer manhole2
May 07, 2017 8:33 pm
You need to contact Sydney water to check what they would charge to adjust the manhole level to the driveway level.
Once that's done there shouldn't be any extra cost.
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