How to Understand Subdivision NSW Legislation

If you are thinking about subdividing your property, you might be trying to understand subdivision NSW legislation. Subdivision rules in New South Wales are complex.

Colin Fragar, our founder and CEO, shares his advice for doing a subdivision in NSW.

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So you’re doing some research about the New South Wales subdivision regulations. I just want to give you an easy answer today to help you to understand them.

My name is Colin Fragar, from Council Approval Group.

Instead of trying to understand all of these different provisions yourself and trying to work out where they are, and how they all relate together, I suggest to you that you get on the line, you book an appointment with one of our team, and you have a free complimentary consultation. This is for those people that are serious, and they do have a site and they just want somebody to take care of it for them.

Resources for Understanding Subdivision NSW Legislation

If, however, you want to do your own learning in your own time, I do recommend that you grab Your Ultimate Guide to Council Approval, which is a 40 page guide. In here, we talk about some of those pieces of legislation that you need to navigate, some of the rules and regulations around subdivision.

Early Considerations for Subdivision

Some of the main things that you need to be aware of before you really go too far, you really want to look at some of the things such as, of course, the zoning. Also the minimum lot size and minimum lot width, but then there are some things that you may not think about like stormwater. So perhaps you need to be thinking about some environmental factors. You may have a 1000 square meter lot to subdivide but maybe there’s only about 40 or 60% of that you can actually develop on and therefore be restricted.

Instead of trying to understand all of these different provisions yourself and trying to work out where they are, and how they all relate together, I suggest to you that you get on the line, you book an appointment with one of our team, and you have a free complimentary consultation.

Don’t get confused. If you’re trying to understand these rules and regulations, make sure you jump onto our website, councilapproval.com.au, and we’ll see you on the other side.

Thanks so much and I wish you every success.