Building A New House
May 13, 2019 3:50 pm
If we were given a final design to be submitted to council for approval, does it suppose to have all the complete details like kitchen cabinets, drawers, cupboards, etc..?
Did you have a special meeting for kitchen detailing?
Re: What's the design plan submitted to Council look like?2
May 13, 2019 7:26 pm
It doesn’t have to. It is basically minimum viable product. Council is interested in things like;
- whole floor space ratio
- window and door size and position
- room size and position
- position on the block
- materials and colour
- hard landscaping
- shadow lines.
The internals, fittings and fixtures cabinetry can ge done but don’t need to.
Re: What's the design plan submitted to Council look like?3
May 14, 2019 7:16 am
Thanks Melos . After the council submitted design plans, did you have another final plan from the builder where all the fittings, cabinets, drawers were explicitly laid out including measurements? Did you have another appointment for kitchen and laundry design afterwards?
Re: What's the design plan submitted to Council look like?4
May 14, 2019 8:10 am
Hey Andrew each council is a little different in their requirements. Go to your councils site and do a search on das. They will list all the documents that are required.
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