Our neighbour built to boundary and we are glad Ausbuild left the brick wall as the boundary divider - so are our neighbours who wish to keep this area free of obstruction (fence) so they can inspect their brick wall as required.
We did not build to boundary and have clear access around both sides of our house - but are not concerned our neighbours chose this option.
Yes - all well and good in a perfect world providing you get along well with your neighbours. Also, when/if you go to sell and the boundaries don’t align as per the surveyor and plans?
If it weren’t an Ausbuild estate and other builders were building as well they would put fencing. It’s cost driven.
Not sure what you are talking about. You do not require a fence at all on the boundary. As long as the garage wall is on the neighbours property all is good. The boundary is the boundary whether there is a fence/wall there or not.
Anyhow, this has been resolved legally and Ausbuild will now erect the fence when they previously refused to.
Just in the past week I have had a list of further issues that require rectification work. Be vigilant folk.