A. Construction of fencing is completed by the purchaser unless otherwise specified.
Front Lot Fencing
B. Front lot fencing and wing fencing is not permitted. The DAP may consider front lot fencing for integrated housing sites and lots where the primary frontage directly abuts the Public Realm.
C. Interlot fencing must be in timber paling with:
- Exposed timber posts on both sides, 150mm bottom plinth, lapped timber palings and timber capping
- A maximum height of 1.8m above natural ground level
- Terminated at a minimum of 1.0m behind the closest front wall of the dwelling, unless it is on the rear boundary of an adjoining lot
- Terminated by returning to meet the closest wall of the dwelling (Return Fence)
D. Corner fencing or fencing to the Public Realm boundary other than the frontage corner must comprise of 2 sections: The Transparent section and the Privacy section.
E. The Transparent section of the corner fence must:
- Start a minimum of 3.0m behind the closest front wall of the dwelling
- Be at least 75% transparent for at least 50% of the length of the relevant boundary
- Have a maximum height of no greater than 1.5m above natural ground level
- Return at the start to meet the closest wall of the dwelling at 90 degrees to the dwelling wall (Return Fence)
- Terminate where the Privacy section startS
F. The Privacy section of the corner fence must:
- Run along the relevant boundary from the Transparent fence to the rear boundary
- Incorporate exposed timber posts, timber rails that are concealed from the Public Realm, a 150mm bottom plinth, and lapped timber palings with timber capping
- Incorporate a maximum capping height of no greater than 1.8m above natural ground level
- Incorporate a maximum post height of no greater than 2m above natural ground level
G. Return fences must be constructed with materials, finishes and heights to match or complement the adjacent fence.
H. Any gates in a fence must match or complement the fence in terms of materials and finishes.