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This is a question asked by many property owners in NSW. This is because disagreements over dividing fences can often cause friction between neighbours. Generally, the basic principle under The Dividing Fences Act 1991 (NSW) states that, as adjoining owners, you are required to equally share the cost of a “sufficient dividing fence”. Should your neighbour disagree about the kind of fencing that is to be built, then you can choose to seek a resolution through mediation.
Our digitized development approvals process, aligned with current industry best practices, better reflects local council procedures by improving coordination between consultants, draftsmen and planning services.
Streamlining key building approvals tasks means speedier development application submissions and planning outcomes.
Are you wondering what’s the difference between CDC and DA? And, which one is the best planning approvals process is for your new project? Well, read on to find out more about which planning pathway is right for your development!
Our Council and Certifier building approvals can guide your planning project through the entire planning consent process by preparing and lodging all your plans, reports and submission documents on your behalf.