Construction of front lot fencing, side boundary fencing, rear fencing and return/wing fencing is by the purchaser and not the developer. Specifications are provided at Appendix 3.
Corral fencing forward of the return fencing between allotments is mandated. It will be provided in the landscape package should you choose to uptake it, otherwise must be constructed at your own cost. This corral fencing is to be setback 1m from the front title boundary. Specifications are provided at Appendix 3 (fence type LA002/003).
Side and rear boundary fencing must be 1.8m high timber paling. Specifications are provided at Appendix 3 (fence type LA006).
The return fencing to the dwelling must be permeable and must return a minimum 1m behind the front wall of the home and 4m on a corner lot. Specifications are provided at Appendix 3 (fence type LA007/008).
On corner lots, side boundary fencing along the secondary street frontage for corner lots must be 1.8m high timber paling, lapped and capped with exposed posts. This fence must return to the side wall of the home a minimum of 4m behind the front wall. Specifications are provided at Appendix 3 (fence type LA005).
Feature fencing will be delivered on lots adjoining the transmission easement and may be delivered on lots adjoining local parks or other areas within Smiths Lane. This will be delivered by Mirvac. Specifications are provided at Appendix 3 (fence type LA004).
Front fencing is allowable. Any front fencing must be a maximum of 1.2m high and be constructed from a feature, high-quality material to complement the style of the home. Approval is at the discretion of the DRP and approval must be obtained prior to installation. The inter lot corral fencing between lots must extend to meet the front fencing at the title boundary.
Where purchaser fencing is to be installed on retaining walls delivered by Mirvac in the rear or side of lots, fencing must be installed as per the detail provided in the engineering plans.