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So where can granny flats or secondary dwellings be built? My name is Colin Fragar from Council Approval Group. So if you’ve got this question on your mind, you’ve probably got a property that you’re looking to purchase or you own a property already. And you want to add this extra rental income for yourself or you want to have a little bit more space.
A granny flat is an awesome investment strategy. However, it does need to be done correctly.
Where Can Granny Flats Be BuiltSo to be able to answer that question where can a granny flat be built based on the local government rules? It will very much depend on your particular site. And so what I recommend is that, although you’re looking for the answers, the best thing for you to do is to have a one on one consultation with one of our team.
If you have a project in mind, if you have a property in mind, claim your free consult with us. And what we’ll do is we’ll go through the project with you. We will learn what you want to achieve, what challenges that there are around that, and then, of course, we’ll come up with a clear roadmap for you going forward.
One Last thing…But before you go, I just want to add one more thing. So where can a granny flat be built? This is an interesting thing that some people forget. So a granny flat can be built in a variety of different shapes and forms. Some people just associate it with a basically a small structure in the backyard. Remember also that you can have different types of granny flats. You can have ones that are attached to a house or underneath the house. They can be part of maybe an old garage that you’ve converted. But please make sure you get the right advice before you do any of this.
My name is Colin Fragar. We look forward to seeing you soon. Book in a consultation if you do have a project in mind.