In this video, Colin Fragar, our founder and CEO, shares why subdividing rural land is so different and the best way to start.
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So you want to subdivide rural land. How do you go about it? You’re in the right place. My name is Colin Fragar from Council Approval Group.
We’ve done a lot of these projects for clients and it’s really important that we get this right because rural property, by definition really shouldn’t be subdivided. It’s been designed for primary production, however, it does get to the point. And planning legislation often allows it because, really, we’ve got to start to release land, to the average mom and dad for their houses.
It’s really important that we get this right because rural property, by definition really shouldn’t be subdivided.
How to Subdivide Rural LandSubdividing rural land, falls into a number of different categories. And what I recommend is that you do book in for consultation, if you do have a property, to speak to one of our consultants so that we can work out what you’re trying to achieve.
Recently, we received approval for, I think, a 20 lot subdivision of rural land that had been in the family for quite a while. And it was a really positive outcome for the family. It was just very nice for me, as a family based business, to see the value that we add to a family with the subdivision of rural land.
Next StepsIf you are not quite ready to talk to one of our team members, I do recommend you, at the very least, at the end of this video, please grab a copy of Your Ultimate Guide To Council Approval. Then you can start thinking in more detail, have this on your coffee table, flick through, and talk to your loved ones about subdividing that property.
When you are ready, please book in a consultation to speak to one of our team because I know that we can assist you after thousands of these projects and decades of experience.
I really wish you all the best and we look forward to talking with you soon. Thanks so much.