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Design Guidelines

ADRESSE DESIGN GUIDELINES

Contents 01. About Sunland

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02. About Adresse

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03. Purpose and Precincts

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04. The Design Guidelines Process

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05. The Application Process

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06. Use of Land

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07. Construction Timeframe Requirements

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08. Park Precinct Design Requirements

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09. Building Envelopes

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10. Street Setbacks

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11. Building Heights

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12. Site Coverage

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13. Façade Replication

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14. Dwelling Size

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15. Entry Features

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16. Ceiling Heights

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17. Roof Design

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18. Façade Materials

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19. Corner Allotments

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20. Vehicle Accommodation

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21. Landscaping

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22. Driveways

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23. Fencing

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24. Letterboxes

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25. Window Furnishings

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26. Sheds and Outbuildings

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27. Roof Mounted Equipment

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28. External Fixtures

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29. Sustainability

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30. National Broadband Network

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31. Definitions

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32. Purchaser Acknowledgements

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Appendix A - Preferred Planting List

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Appendix B - Design Application Checklist

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01. Sunland Group Sunland’s journey commenced with the creation of a single luxury home 30 years ago. Since then, the Group’s visionary philosophy has endured, compelled by foresight and a commitment to architectural excellence, to inspire iconic landmarks – Palazzo Versace, the world’s first fashion branded luxury hotel; Q1, the world’s tallest residential tower; and the sculptural and organic forms of the award-winning Yve and Balencea residential towers in Melbourne. At the heart of Sunland’s enduring commitment to creating ‘architecture as art’ is our vision to build vibrant and beautiful communities. Together, our design philosophy and our values work hand in hand to engage, transform and define the experience of ‘community’, not only for the individual but for the collective. Sunland is excited to bring these learnings to the establishment of our newest community, Adresse.

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02. Adresse Located 25 kilometres southwest of the Melbourne CBD, Adresse is a vibrant community of approximately 470 homes, spanning 33 hectares in the heart of Point Cook. The community is staged around a magnificent two hectare central park which will become a focal point for residents of Adresse and the broader community. Adresse presents the final piece of prime undeveloped land in Point Cook and will provide a diverse mix of premium housing options on generously sized lots, connected by tree lined boulevards and pathways. In creating this ideal community environment, it is essential that the quality of the homes, streetscapes and parklands is upheld by well-considered design guidelines. These guidelines not only enhance your neighbourhood and lifestyle, they also protect your investment into the future.

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03. Purpose and Precincts The Design Guidelines set a high standard of housing and landscaping that will protect the value of your most important investment: your family home. By adhering to these standards, you can be sure that the house you build will be in keeping with the high quality of your neighbours. The standards set will uphold the long term value of your individual property and the community as a whole. Adresse is divided into two precincts for design requirements: the Standard Precinct, which will be the image of contemporary house designs with modern detail, clean lines, simple shapes and providing an uncluttered appearance; and the Park Precinct, surrounding the community’s prime asset. The Park Precinct will include additional design requirements to enhance the status of the park and create a grand statement. The use of different materials, façade articulation, varying roof forms and a variety of designs is encouraged in all precincts.

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04. The Design Guidelines Process The Design Review Committee (DRC) is comprised of a Sunland Group representative and a consultant from Taylors Development Strategists. This document has been developed and provided to each purchaser to clearly define and outline the guidelines for Adresse. They are enforced to enhance, not restrict dwelling design.

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05. The Application Process STEP 1 Once you have purchased your property, decide upon your builder and house design. STEP 2 Review your chosen design against the Design Guidelines to ensure all criteria are met. Complete the Builder/Owner Design Checklist at Appendix B against the Design Guidelines and your house plans. STEP 3 Complete the Purchaser Acknowledgment Form. Compile the required documentation, including acknowledgment form and checklist, and submit to the Adresse DRC for assessment.

Please note that applications will not be assessed unless all documentation has been submitted with the assessment. Until such time, applications will be returned to the applicant to fulfil the assessment criteria. STEP 4 Within 10 business days, the DRC will provide either written approval or request further information. STEP 5 Should the initial application fail, you will be required to amend your documentation and resubmit it to the DRC for further review. STEP 6 Within 5 business days of resubmission, the DRC will complete a review of your documentation. The assessment process will continue until such time that the application achieves compliance and a Final Approval can be issued. STEP 7 Once the application has received Final Approval, you will be required to obtain a Building Permit through a licensed Building Surveyor prior to construction of your dwelling.

POST ENDORSEMENT AND COMPLIANCE INSPECTION STEP 8 Once construction of your home has been completed, you will be required to submit a copy of the Certificate of Occupancy to the DRC, which will trigger a site inspection to ensure the house has been built in accordance with the approved plans. STEP 9 Any subsequent variations from approved plans will need to be approved by the DRC. Non-compliant items are to be rectified immediately at the expense of the owner or the builder.

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05. The Application Process - Continued

LANDSCAPING ENDORSEMENT, INSPECTION AND REBATE STEP 10 Within 30 days of the approval of your house plans by the DRC a front landscaping plan is required to be submitted for assessment. This is a mandatory step in your construction process. The Vendor has arranged several standard landscape designs available through nominated contractors to assist with this process. The list of nominated contractors is available at the land sales office. You may still choose your own designer or contractor to prepare front landscaping plans. If the landscape plan is not submitted prior to the certificate of occupancy or installation, you may be ineligible for the landscape rebate. STEP 11 Complete the front landscaping within three months of the date of your home’s Certificate of Occupancy in accordance with the approved plans. Failure to do so may mean you are ineligible for the landscape rebate. STEP 12 Once completed submit the ‘Request for Landscape Contribution Form’ located in the Contract of Sale and a copy of the Certificate of Occupancy for your home. A Final inspection of your property will be completed to ensure all site works, including landscaping is completed in accordance with the approved plans. If all criteria in the guidelines and in the Contract of Sale have been met, you will be eligible for the landscape rebate. Should the inspection fail, you will be asked to rectify non-compliant works. The amount of the rebate is detailed in the Contract of Sale.

IMPORTANT APPLICATION NOTES 1. Applications exceeding two or more submissions may incur a fee, payable prior to plan approval and release. This includes any preliminary reviews of plans/siting. Please contact the DRC to ascertain if a fee is payable. 2. If there is a change to any of your plans following DRC approval, all documentation must be resubmitted for review and re-approval. Failure to comply may mean you are ineligible for your landscape rebate. An additional fee may be applied for any assessments associated with changes to designs. 3. Any renovations, modifications or additional structures are to be approved by the DRC prior to installation. An additional fee will be applied for any assessments associated with changes to designs. 4. In the instance of conflict between two or more Design Controls, the decision of the DRC will be final. The DRC exercises its discretion to vary Design Guidelines prior to or after construction. The Purchaser or their representative will not object and the DRC or the Vendor will not be held liable for doing so. Variations to the guidelines will not set precedent for future dwellings. 5. Periodic compliance checks will be carried out by a representative of the DRC to ensure compliance. 6. It is the responsibility of the Purchaser and builder to ensure compliance with all applicable building and statutory regulations including obtaining a building permit for your home. DRC approval is an additional step on top of any other building or statutory approval requirement.

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DESIGN APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS The following information is required to be submitted with the Design Application: 1 x Completed Application Checklist (Appendix B) 1 x External Colour Schedule including roof, walls, garage doors, finishes and manufacturers details 1 x Set of House plans including:

• Site plan including: setbacks, Site Levels (contours), extent of earthworks, FFL to House and Garage. All Fencing locations, materials and heights.



• Dimensioned Floor Plans (min scale 1:100).



• All Elevations (min scale 1:100). Elevations are to include building and wall heights, roof pitches, eave size, and external fixtures.



• Cross sections indicating details of ceiling heights.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE EMAILED TO: ADRESSE DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE - TAYLORS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGISTS E [email protected] OR VIA POST: ADRESSE DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE - TAYLORS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGISTS 8/271 Ferntree Gully Road, Notting Hill, VIC 3168 QUERIES Any queries pre or post lodgement of plans should be directed to Taylors Development Strategists at: E [email protected] | P 03 9501 2800

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PROPERTY PURCHASED. DECIDE UPON BUILDER AND DESIGN OF HOUSE

REVIEW DESIGN AGAINST ASSESSMENT CRITERIA TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH DESIGN STANDARDS

The Design Assessment Process Flowchart FINAL APPROVAL IS DEPENDENT UPON ALL ELEMENTS OF THE DESIGN MEETING THE DESIGN CRITERIA

COMPLETE BUILDERS CHECKLIST (APPENDIX B), COMPILE DOCUMENTATION, SUBMIT TO DRC FOR ASSESSMENT

APPLICATION REVIEWED BY DRP

APPLICATION NOT APPROVED. AMEND PLANS AND RESUBMIT TO DRC

APPLICATION APPROVED, PLANS, COLOURS ENDORSED BY DRC

APPROVED DRAWINGS AND RELEVANT DOCUMENTATION SENT TO BUILDING SURVEYOR FOR PERMIT

CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY ISSUED, SUBMITTED TO DRC FOR SITE INSPECTION

ANY/ALL VARIATIONS FROM ENDORSED PLANS TO FINAL CONSTRUCTED HOUSE AMENDED (IF APPLICABLE)

COMPLETE LANDSCAPE PLAN AND SUBMIT TO DRC FOR ASSESSMENT

COMPLETE LANDSCAPING TO FRONT YARD WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY ISSUE.

SUBMIT ‘LANDSCAPE REBATE CLAIM FORM’ TO DRC. FINAL INSPECTION BY DRC.

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ANY/ALL VARIATIONS FROM ENDORSED LANDSCAPE PLANS TO FINAL INSTALLATION TO BE AMENDED PRIOR TO LANDSCAPE REBATE PAYMENT

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06. Use of the Land Unless otherwise specified, only one dwelling is permitted per allotment and the allotment cannot be further sub-divided.

07. Construction Timeframe Requirements (a) Construction of your home must commence within 12 months from the date of settlement. b) Once commenced, construction must be continuous. (c) Your home must be completed (Certificate of Occupancy issued) within 24 months from the date of settlement. (d) Landscape design must be submitted for approval within thirty days of approval of the house plans by the DRC and prior to Certificate of Occupancy being issued. (e) Landscaping must be installed within three months from date of Certificate of Occupancy for the home.

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08. Park Precinct Design Requirements OBJECTIVE The additional design requirements for the Park Precinct are to enhance the area surrounding the central park. The intent is to provide a variety of designs that will illuminate the park’s features and defines a high standard within the precinct. PARK PRECINCT CEILING HEIGHTS (a) The minimum ceiling height for the single storey and double storey ground floor of a dwelling within the Park Precinct is 2700mm from internal floor level. (b) The minimum ceiling height for the first floor of a double storey dwelling is 2550mm from internal floor level. PARK PRECINCT ROOF DESIGN (c) Roof pitch must be 25° minimum for a gabled and hipped roof form. (d) Eaves are mandatory to all dwellings located within the Park Precinct. Eaves are required to be provided to the entire dwelling. PARK PRECINCT FAÇADE MATERIALS (e) The front façade for a dwelling within the Park precinct is to include a minimum of 3 different materials including but not limited to brick, render, stone and timber. (f) The front façade for a dwelling within the Park precinct is to have maximum 25% face brickwork. A calculation of the brickwork should be provided on the plans.

SETBACKS AND SITINGS OBJECTIVE The setbacks and siting provide the information of how to site your dwelling on your allotment. The intent is to provide consistency of setbacks throughout the street. Dwellings should be designed to minimise impacting neighbouring properties. Private living areas are encouraged to be located on the northern side of the allotment.

09. Building Envelopes Front, rear and side setbacks must comply with the building envelope plans for ‘Custom’ allotments within Stages 6, 7 and 8. Refer to the Plan of Subdivision to confirm which allotments have building envelopes.

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10. Street Setbacks (a) The minimum setback to the front wall or Outer Most Projection (OMP) of a building from the front boundary is 4 metres. The front boundary is nominated as the boundary with the shorter length. Refer to Figure 1. (b) A porch, portico or verandah under the height of 3.6 metres, may encroach into the front setback by a maximum of 1.5 metres. (c) On allotments with more than one street frontage (i.e.: corner allotment) dwellings must be setback a minimum of 2 metres from the side street boundary. Refer to Figure 2. (d) On allotments adjacent to pedestrian links or reserves; dwellings are to be setback a minimum of 1 metre from the boundary that abuts the pedestrian link or reserve. (e) The front wall of a Garage must be set back a minimum of 840mm behind the front setback determined in point (a) above. Refer to Figure 1. (f) A single storey dwelling must be setback a minimum 1.2 metres from at least one side boundary. Refer to Figure 1. (g) A dwelling must be setback a minimum of 3 metres from the rear boundary where the lot depth is 30 metres or above. A setback of 2 metres is permitted on lots less than 30 metres deep. (h) A single storey dwelling must be setback from a side boundary in accordance with Part 4 of the Victorian Building Regulations. (i) A double storey dwelling must be setback from the side and rear boundary in accordance with Part 4 of the Victorian Building Regulations. (j) A Garage or dwelling may be built on or within 200mm of one side boundary only. Wall heights and lengths within 200mm of a side boundary, must be in accordance with Part 4 of the Victorian Building Regulations.

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FIGURE 2 SIDE STREET SETBACK

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11. Building Heights The height of a dwelling must be in accordance with Part 4 of the Victorian Building Regulations. A maximum of two stories is permitted for a dwelling.

12. Site Coverage The dwelling should not exceed site coverage of more than 60% of the allotment. Site coverage does not include unroofed decks, unroofed pergolas, unroofed verandahs, swimming pools, or eaves, fascia and gutters with a total width of 600mm or less.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTROLS OBJECTIVE The Architectural Design Controls are in place to ensure that high quality designs and finishes are used at Adresse. The intention is to ensure the contemporary Australian character of the area is maintained. Dwellings are encouraged to incorporate a high level of articulation to provide an interesting streetscape.

13. Façade Replication Two dwellings with similar façades are not permitted to be constructed within five allotments of each other in any direction. Each allotment should have its own distinct feature elements that distinguish it from the neighbouring sites. Refer to Figure 3.

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14. Dwelling size Dwellings should be designed so they appear as a substantial structure on the allotment. The floor area is to be calculated excluding garages, porches, verandahs, balconies and outdoor entertaining areas. (a) The minimum floor area of a dwelling for an allotment less than 450m² is 135m². (b) The minimum floor area of a dwelling for an allotment equal to or greater than 450m² is 150m².

15. Entry Features (a) An entry structure/feature such as a portico, porch or balcony is required to clearly identify the main entry to the house. (b) An entry structure/feature is required to be no less than 1.5 metres wide. (c) Entries must be typically located on the front façade. Other options i.e. to the secondary frontage on a corner lot must address the parameters outlined above and will be assessed on architectural merit.

16. Ceiling Heights The minimum ceiling height for a dwelling is 2400mm from the internal floor level.

17. Roof Design (a) Roof pitch must be 22.5° minimum for gabled and hipped roof forms. (b) Flat roofs will be assessed on their architectural merit by the DRC. (c) Roofs constructed of tiles must be Terracotta, slate or concrete tiles. (d) Colorbond roofing is permitted. Other non-reflective roof material permitted subject to DRC approval. Zincalume corrugated iron sheeting is prohibited. (e) Roof colours are to be of neutral tones. (f) Eaves are mandatory to frontages presenting to the street. Eaves are to be a minimum depth of 450mm, with a minimum 1000mm return. Corner, reserve or pedestrian link allotments are required to have an eave return for the full length of the elevation facing the corner, reserve or pedestrian link. (g) Eaves are mandatory to the entire first floor for all double storey dwellings.

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18. Façade Materials (a) Dwellings should incorporate a variety of materials to the façade. (b) The external colour scheme of your home should be neutral tones that blend in with the surrounding environment. Muted tones are preferred. Refer to Figure 4. (c) A minimum 15% feature material is required to be used to the front façade. Suggested feature materials are render, timber cladding, and stacked stone. Feature materials are to be designed as a contrast to the brickwork and should enhance the area to which it is used. (d) Lightweight infill materials are not permitted above windows and doors. This includes, but not limited to: FC cement sheeting, Hardiflex cladding or similar. The material used should match the adjoining surface. (e) Unpainted metalwork is not permitted. (f) Downpipes, Gutters and Fascia should be colour coordinated with the remainder of the façade. (g) External colour schedules are required to be submitted for approval to the DRC.

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IMAGES COURTESY OF PORTER DAVIS AND METRICON HOMES

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19. Corner Allotments (a) Dwellings located on corners and reserves are required to address both the main street frontage and the corner or adjoining reserve. Refer to Figure 5. (b) As a minimum the elevation facing either a corner or reserve is required to have 2 habitable room feature windows to match that of the façade. Highlight windows are discouraged and may be refused. Particular attention to detail should be given to windows forward of side corner street fencing. (c) First floor windows on double storey dwellings visible to a side street or reserve are required to match that of the façade. (d) A variety of colours and articulation is required to the secondary street to return a minimum of 3 metres.

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20. Vehicle Accommodation (a) Garages must not protrude past the front wall of the dwelling. (b) Garages must be setback from the front boundary by a minimum of 5.5 metres where the lot is 30 metres deep or above. Refer to Figure 6. Where the lot is less than 30 metres deep, this requirement does not apply. (c) The front wall of a Garage must be set back a minimum of 840mm behind the main building alignment. Refer to Figure 6. (d) The maximum external width of a garage must not exceed 6.5 metres. (e) Triple Garages are prohibited. (f) Garage doors facing a street frontage must be panel style and colour coordinated with the dwelling. Refer to Figure 7. (g) Garage roller doors are not permitted where they are visible from a street or reserve. Refer to Figure 7. (h) Carports are not permitted where they are visible from a street or reserve.

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FIGURE 7 ACCEPTED PANEL-LIFT DOOR. STANDARD ROLLER DOORS NOT PERMITTED

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DRIVEWAYS, FENCING AND LANDSCAPING OBJECTIVE Landscaping is the fundamental element to creating quality streetscapes and ultimately provides the final character and value to the home. Adresse encourages lush and manicured landscapes where grasses and garden beds should dominate the design to soften the built form of the dwelling within the streetscape.

21. Landscaping (a) A landscape plan must be submitted to the DRC for approval prior to the commencement of any landscape works. (b) A typical front yard landscape layout is provided at Figure 8, and a corner lot layout at Figure 9. (c) Impermeable areas (hard surfaces) should not dominate front yard designs and should be limited to essential areas such as driveways and pathways. (d) Garden edging such as planting strips and hedges should be used to define the boundaries of the front yard. (e) Irrigation is to be provided to the front yard and nature strips as part of the landscape design and included on the plans. A conduit will be provided under the footpath to allow irrigation to connect from the front yard to the nature strip. A programmable timer system is to be installed to run irrigation. The use of irrigation will be governed by local water restrictions. (f) A conduit is to be installed by the home builder prior to laying the driveway such that the planting strip in item 22(e) can be irrigated from the system. (g) For corner lots, a conduit is to be installed by the home builder to irrigate the 600mm planting strip set out in clause 23(f). This needs to be installed prior to the Vendor constructing fencing for corner lots. (h) All landscape retaining walls/devices that present to the street require the approval of the DRC and should be shown on the landscape plan submitted to the DRC. The use of landscape retaining walls is discouraged, and where possible, level difference should be taken up by battering. (i) Use of synthetic or fake turf is not permitted. (j) At least one tree is required to be included in the front garden. (k) Planting density is to be appropriate so as to achieve cover within five years of planting. (l) A list of preferred planting species is available at Appendix A. (m) The Vendor will level, topsoil and seed the nature strips. It is the responsibility of the lot owner to establish and provide ongoing maintenance of the grass planting and street trees within nature strips (to all frontages for corner lots). The only permitted treatment of nature strips is the grass and planting installed by the Vendor. Woodchips, gravel, crushed rock or other treatments are not permitted.

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(n) It is encouraged that gardens and nature strips are maintained by you once installed. This includes weeding, mowing, clearing debris and rubbish. Grass should not be more than 30mm high. (o) Where the property is intended to be used for investment/rental purposes, it is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that the front landscaping and nature strips are maintained to the approved standard.

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22. Driveways (a) Only one driveway is permitted per allotment. (b) Driveways must be completed prior to occupancy. (c) Driveways must be constructed from: coloured concrete, exposed aggregate, slate or stone pavers. Refer to Figure 10. (d) Uncoloured concrete driveways are not permitted. (e) A minimum 500mm landscape strip is required between the driveway and boundary to allow for planting. Refer to figure 11. (f) Driveways should be no wider than the total width of the garage, tapering to match with the location of the existing crossover. (g) Crossovers may be relocated prior to the commencement of civil works for a stage. Purchasers should contact the Vendor to determine eligibility and the price of such works.

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23. Fencing (a) To promote integrated housing and open streetscapes, fencing forward of the building alignment is strictly prohibited. Fencing extending forward of the building alignment will be required to be removed within 14 days of the DRC’s written request, at the allotment owners expense. It is the allotment owner’s responsibility to ensure fencing is installed in accordance with the Design Guidelines. (b) Side boundary fencing between allotments is required to be setback a minimum of 6 metres from the front boundary and a minimum of 1 metre behind the adjoining façade and return from the boundary to connect with the side of the dwelling. Refer to Figure 12. (c) Where the side boundary is the rear boundary of an adjoining allotment, the fence is permitted to extend to the front boundary. (d) Side and rear boundary fencing (other than fencing adjacent to corners, pedestrian links and reserves) is to be constructed of 1800mm timber paling with 20mm overlap, top capping, posts at 2700mm spacing. Refer Figure 13. (e) Fencing adjacent to pedestrian links, corners and reserves will be provided by the Vendor. The fence will be constructed in accordance with Figure 14 (or as varied by the Vendor). Where the Vendor provides fencing, it will not build fencing returns. (f) Fencing to corner allotments must be setback 600mm from the property boundary to allow for planting to screen corner fencing. (g) Front fencing is not permitted except as may be designated by the Vendor in key presentation areas. (h) Fences are to be installed prior to occupancy. (i) The Vendor’s liability for contribution to neighbour fencing is $1. Should you wish to seek 50% reimbursement, you should wait until the adjoining lot is settled and then seek contribution from their future neighbour.

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FIGURE 13 SIDE AND REAR BOUNDARY FENCING REQUIREMENT

FIGURE 14 INDICATIVE EXAMPLE OF CORNER LOT FENCING PROVIDED BY VENDOR

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24. Letterboxes (a) Temporary and ornamental letterboxes are not permitted. (b) Letterboxes should be constructed to complement the dwelling. They should be constructed where they are clearly visible and with a number clearly displayed. Refer to Figure 15. (c) Letterboxes are to be installed prior to Certificate of Occupancy being issued.

FIGURE 15 ACCEPTED LETTERBOXES

25. Window Furnishings (a) Internal window furnishings which can be viewed by the public must be fitted within three months of occupancy. (b) Sheets, blankets, foil, or similar materials for which window furnishings is not their primary purpose are not permitted.

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ANCILLARY BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES OBJECTIVE Additional structures and ‘add-ons’ can be detrimental to the streetscape. The intention is to minimize the visual impact of any outbuilding structures, mechanical equipment and service areas. These areas and structures should be positioned as to not visually impact the street or neighbouring properties.

26. Sheds and Outbuildings (a) All outbuildings are required to be approved by the DRC. Outbuildings are to be positioned in the rear yard, so they are not visible from the street, including corner allotments, or reserves. (b) The maximum floor are of a shed is 15m². (c) Sheds are to have a maximum wall height of 2 metres, with an overall height no more than 2.4 metres.

27. Roof mounted equipment (a) Satellite dishes and TV aerials must be located within the roof space or if roof mounted, must not visible from the street. (b) Roof mounted air conditioners; including Evaporative Cooling Units are to be of low profile, located below the ridge and a minimum of half way towards the rear of the dwelling. They are not to be located on side streets. Refer to Figure 16. (c) Solar panels for heating are to be located to minimize their visual impact to the street. Where the location is required for orientation, the panels, including surrounds are to match the colour of the roof.

FIGURE 16 LOW PROFILE ROOF MOUNTED EVAPORATIVE COOLING UNIT

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28. External Fixtures (a) Meter boxes, external hot water services, heating units, rainwater and storage tanks must be located so they are not visible from a street or public reserve. Their visibility should be limited and where possible colour matched to the dwelling. (b) External roller shutters are not permitted. (c) Exposed plumbing, waste pipes and vents are not encouraged and should be avoided. This does not apply to downpipes. (d) Clotheslines should not be visible from the street, including corners. (e) Advertising signs will only be allowed on a temporary basis for the sale of real estate. The sign is to be no larger than 2m2 and must be taken down 7 days after the property has sold. Signs are only permitted to be displayed once a house has received certificate of occupancy. Advertising signs for the sale of vacant land are strictly prohibited. This does not apply to the Vendor who may erect its own signage as appropriate.

29. Sustainability OBJECTIVE To achieve environmentally sustainable housing through promoting housing that reduces overall energy and water consumption. The Vendor encourages all efforts made to reduce a household impact on the environment, particularly by limiting the overall energy and water consumption for the household. All the homes must achieve the legislative energy rating requirements. The Vendor encourages you to consider other methods which may assist further increasing the energy efficiency of your home. Consideration of the following principles of Environmentally Sustainable Design is encouraged: • Orientate living area to the north.

• Optimise overall size of home to your needs (compact housing forms are more energy efficient).



• Design to take advantage of passive solar heating and cooling by;



- Maximize north facing walls and glazing



- Provide reasonable shading of north facing windows



- Minimize east and west (in particular) orientated glazing



• Incorporate eaves to all sides of the home



• Orientate your home to catch prevailing breezes and take advantage of cross flow ventilation (including internal doors)



• Shading of windows and walls



• Higher ceilings



• Consider landscaping to provide shade



• Higher energy rated appliances

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FIGURE 17 CROSS VENTILATION

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W S FIGURE 18 SOLAR ORIENTATION

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30. National Broadband Network All homes at Adresse are required to connect to the National Broadband Network. Fibre infrastructure will run past each home, capable of delivering phone and high speed internet through your chosen retailer. You should make your builder aware of the wiring requirements, and request they make your home NBN ready. You may not want to connect your home to the NBN initially, but the costs and disturbance to landscaping and your home to cable your home for NBN in future may be considerable. It will also add value to your home if you chose to sell it in future. Please note that the Vendor only provides infrastructure to your lot boundary, and wiring from the lot boundary to your home and connection is your cost. You should be aware of preparation works to enable new dwellings to be connected to NBN Co fibre. We advise you of the guides below, with links to the NBN Co website:

• Planning for home wiring, NBN_588 New Home Owner Builder Guide http://www.nbnco.com.au/content/dam/nbnco/documents/resident-lot-purchase-kit.zip



• Basic scope of builders works, NBN-NEWDV-BCA4 Key Information for Builders and Cablers http://www.nbnco.com.au/content/dam/nbnco/documents/key-informationfor-builders-and-cablers.pdf



• Detailed scope of builder’s preparation works, NBN-NO-GDE-0011, Residential Preparation and Installation Guide: SDUs and MDUs http://www.nbnco.com.au/ content/dam/nbnco/documents/preparation-and-installation-guide-for-sdus-andmdus.pdf



• Guidelines for developers, NBN-TE-CTO-194 New Developments: Deployment of the NBN Co Conduit & Pit Network – Guidelines for Developers http://www.nbnco.com.au/ content/dam/nbnco/documents/installing-pit-and-conduit-infrastructure.pdf

Lot purchasers, and building surveyors, should be aware of the related scope of the NBN Co pit & pipe guidelines. NBN-TE-CTO-194 5.3.3.1 describes limitations for pit location. It means that builders cannot build a driveway/crossover around a pit. If the pit location is intended to be used for a driveway, then the lot purchaser/builder will need to apply for and fund a pit relocation.

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31. Definitions BUILDING

Dwelling house, garages, outbuildings, swimming pools, garden sheds, pergolas/verandahs.

BUILDING HEIGHT

 he vertical distance between the natural ground level T and the peak of the roof of the dwelling (not including antennae, flues or chimneys).

DRC

Design Review Committee – All plans of proposed structures are to be assessed by the DRC prior to the commencement of any construction.

DWELLING SIZE

 welling size excludes: garage, porch, verandah, pergola, D alfresco and balcony areas. Dwelling size is to be measured inclusive of external wall faces.

BUILDING COVENANTS

This document, being an agreement between the Vendor and Purchaser. The Purchaser agrees to adhere to the terms set out in the agreement.

HABITABLE ROOM

A room used for living activities, e.g. family room, living room, meals, bedrooms.

PRIVATE OPEN SPACE

 he external open areas around a dwelling that is T intended exclusively for the residents’ use for recreational purposes of the deemed dwelling.

SETBACK

 he minimum distance between the wall and the property T boundary line. The measurement is to be calculated to the outermost projection of the building for all front, side and rear setbacks.

STREET FRONTAGE

The front boundary of an allotment that fronts the road. On a corner allotment, the principle street frontage is deemed the shorter side.

VICTORIAN BUILDING REGULATIONS

 ll works must be carried out in accordance with Victorian A Building Regulations 2006.

SITE COVERAGE

The area of the site covered by a Building as defined above.

BUILDING ALIGNMENT

 he front wall of a Building. Porches, Porticos, Balconies or T similar entry features will not be considered as the main building alignment for a building.

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32. Purchaser Acknowledgment I/We have read and understood the design requirements for Adresse and agree to abide by them. I indemnify the Vendor for the cost of remedying any breaches, determined at their sole discretion.

NAME SIGNED DATE

NAME SIGNED DATE

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APPENDIX A Preferred Planting List TREES BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON NAME

Acer palmatum

Japanese Maple

Acer x freemanii

Maple Tree

Citrus species

Lemon/ Lime/ Orange

Lagerstroemia indica

Crepe Myrtle

Magnolia grandiflora

‘Little Gem’ Dwarf magnolia

Malus domestica

Apple Tree

Malus ioensis

Crab Apple

Olea europaea

Olive Tree

Prunus cerasifera

Cherry Blossoms

Prunus x blireiana

Ornamental Flowering Plum

Pyrus calleryana varieties

Ornamental Pear

Pyrus ussuriensis

Manchurian Pear

SHRUBS BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON NAME

Acmena smithii

‘Minor’ Dwarf Lilly Pilly

Azalea varities

Azalea

Camellia japonica

Japanese Camellia

Camellia sasanqua

Small-leafed Camellia

Choisya ternata

Mexican Orange Blossom

Correa alba

Coast Correa

Gardenia augusta

Gardenia

Lavandula angustifolia

English Lavender

Pittosporum varieties

Pittosporum

Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary

Westringia

‘Wynyabbie Gem’ Westringia

Viburnum tinus

Laurestinus

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ACER PALMATUM

WESTRINGIA ‘WYNYABBIE GEM’

OLEA EUROPAEA

GARDENIA AUGUSTA

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APPENDIX A Continued

GRASSES AND TUFTING PLANTS BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON NAME

Cordyline australis

Cabbage Tree

Dianella revoluta

‘Little Rev’ Dianella ‘Little Rev’

Festuca glauca

Blue Fescue

Liriope muscari

Turf Lily

Phormium tenax

New Zealand Flax

CLIMBERS BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON NAME

Jasminum officinale

Jasmine

Pandorea jasminoides ‘Bower of Beauty’

Pandorea ‘Bower of Beauty’

Solanum jasminoides

White Potato Creeper

Trachelospermum jasminoides

Star Jasmine

Wisteria sinensis

Chinese Wisteria

GROUND COVERS BOTANICAL NAME

COMMON NAME

Brachyscome multifida

Cut-leafed Daisy

Carpobrotus glaucescens

Coastal Noon Flower

Convolvulus mauritanicus

Blue Convolvulus

Euphorbia myrsinites

Myrtle Spurge

Juniperus sabina

Juniper

Rosmarinus officinalis

‘Prostratus’ Creeping Rosemary

Viola hederacea

Violet

SOIL PREPARATION In preparing garden beds for planting, the addition of organic matter will assist plant establishment. For more information visit the following website: https://www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/environment/sustainableliving/sustainable_garden_guide

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DIANELLA REVOLUTA ‘LITTLE REV’

CONVOLVULUS MAURITANICUS

PHORMIUM TENAX

EUPHORBIA MYRSINITES

BRACHYSCOME MULTIFIDA

VIOLA HEDERACEA

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APPENDIX B BUILDER/OWNER DESIGN APPLICATION CHECKLIST Please detach this form and complete the details for the submission to the Design Review Committee for plan approval. SUBMIT TO EMAIL

[email protected] Subject line - Adresse then your lot number

POST Adresse Design Review Committee C/-Taylors Development Strategists 8/271 Ferntree Gully Road, Notting Hill, 3168

PROPERTY DETAILS Lot Number Street Name Stage Number

APPLICANT INFORMATION (PREFERRED CONTACT) Name Current Address

Postcode

Telephone

AH

BH

Mob



Fax

E-mail

OWNER(S) DETAILS Name Current Address

Postcode

Telephone

AH

BH

Mob



Fax

E-mail

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APPENDIX B Continued

BUILDER/BUILDING DESIGNER/ARCHITECT DETAILS Name Company Address

Postcode

Telephone

BH

Mob



E-mail

Fax

Please allow a minimum of 10 working days for processing and assessment on the provision all required documentation is submitted.

Please ensure you have checked and included the following documents (tick box) DESIGN SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS Site plan (min scale 1:200) including: setbacks from all boundaries, Site Levels (contours), extent of earthworks, FFL to House and Garage, driveway access and path details. All Fencing locations, materials and heights.

Dimensioned Floor Plans (min scale 1:100), window positions, roof plan

All Elevations (min scale 1:100). Elevations are to include building and wall heights, roof pitches, eave size, external fixtures, external surface finishes

Cross sections indicating details of ceiling height



Schedule of external materials, colours and finishes, including driveway.

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Builder/Owner Design Application Checklist 06. USE OF LAND Are you proposing one dwelling on your allotment, with no further sub-division?

YES

NO

NA

07. CONSTRUCTION TIMEFRAMES

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

(a) Will your home be constructed within 12 months from settlement? (c) Will your home be completed within 24 months from land settlement? (d) Have you considered a landscape design to be submitted prior to occupancy? (e) Will landscaping be completed within 3 months after Certificate of Occupancy?

08. PARK PRECINCT DESIGN REQUIREMENTS (if applicable) (a) Is the ceiling height of 2700mm to single storey and ground floor of double storey dwelling achieved? (b) Is the ceiling height of the 1st floor of your double storey dwelling 2550mm? (c) Is your roof pitch 25°? (d) Have you included eaves to your dwelling? (e) Does your façade have 3 distinct materials? (f) Does your dwelling have a maximum of 25% brickwork?

9 BUILDING ENVELOPES If you have a ‘custom’ allotment, is your dwelling sitting within the Building Envelope?

10 STREET SETBACKS (a) Is the minimum front setback to the main building line 4 metres? (b) Does your porch, portico or balcony encroach by a maximum of 1.5 metres? Is the height under 3.6 metres?

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APPENDIX B Continued

10 STREET SETBACKS continued

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

(c) Is your property a corner allotment? Is the minimum setback from the corner side boundary to your dwelling 2 metres? (d) Is your property adjacent to a pedestrian link or reserve? Is the minimum setback from the reserve/pedestrian link to your dwelling 1 metre? (e) Is the garage located a minimum of 840mm behind the main building alignment? (f) Is the minimum setback of 1.2 metres from at least 1 side boundary achieved (single storey)? (g) If your block is equal to or greater than 30 metres deep, is the dwelling setback a minimum of 3 metres from the rear boundary? (h – i) Do the side setbacks of your home comply with the Victorian Building Regulations? (j) If your garage/dwelling is within 200mm of side boundary, does is comply with Victorian Building Regulation? 11 BUILDING HEIGHTS Does the height of your dwelling comply with the Victorian Building Regulations?

12 SITE COVERAGE Is the maximum site coverage of your dwelling under 60%? 13 FACADE REPLICATION Is your façade different to the dwellings within 5 allotments of your property?

14 DWELLING SIZE (a) If you allotment is equal to or less than 450m², is your dwelling a minimum of 135m²? (b) If you allotment is greater than 450m², is your dwelling a minimum of 150m²?

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15 ENTRY FEATURES

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

(a) Does your façade include an identifiable entry feature? (b) Is your entry feature a minimum of 1.5 metres wide? (c) Is the entry feature located on the front façade? 16 CEILING HEIGHTS Is the minimum internal ceiling height of 2400mm achieved? 17 ROOF DESIGN (a) Does your roof design have a minimum 22.5° pitch? (b) Do you have a flat roof design? (c) Is your roof constructed of terracotta, slate or concrete tiles? (d) Is your roof non-reflective metal? (colorbond) (e) Is your roof colouring a neutral tone? (f) Have you incorporated 450mm eaves, with a 1 metre return into your façade roof detail? Corners are required to return the full length of the side street/reserve. (g) Have you incorporated 450mm eaves to the entire first floor of your double storey design?

18 FAÇADE MATERIALS (a) Does your façade incorporate more than 1 material? (b) Is your colour palette neutral tones? (c) Is there a minimum of 15% of a feature material on your façade? (d) No lightweight ‘infill’ material has been used above windows, doors and openings? (e) Your dwelling has no unpainted metalwork? (f) Downpipes, gutters, fascia are colour coordinated with the façade? (g) An external colour schedule has been submitted as part of your application?

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APPENDIX B Continued

19 CORNER ALLOTMENTS

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

(a) Does your dwelling address the main street and the corner/ reserve frontage? (b) Does the side elevation addressing the corner/reserve include windows that match the façade windows? (c) Do the first floor windows facing the corner/reserve match the façade window? (d) Is there a variety of colours and articulation facing the corner/reserve? Does it return a minimum of 3 metres? 20 VEHICLE ACCOMMODATION (a) Is your garage behind the main building line of your dwelling? (b) If your lot is 30m deep or greater, is you garage setback from the front boundary by a minimum of 5.5 metres? (c) Is the front wall of a Garage set back a minimum of 840mm behind the main building alignment? (d) Is the maximum external width of the garage no greater than 6.5 metres? (e) Do you propose a triple garage? (f) Is your garage door, visible to the main street sectional and colour matched to your dwelling? (g) Have you ensured standard roller doors are not visible to the street? (h) Have you ensured carports are not visible to the street? 21 LANDSCAPING (a) Have you submitted a landscape plan with your design application? (b) Have you considered the landscape designs provided within the guidelines? (c) Has the use of hard surfaces been reduced to driveways and pathways? (d) Have you included garden edging and planting to define your property boundaries? (e) Have you included an irrigation system as part of your landscape design? (f) Have you included a conduit beneath your driveway for the irrigation system?

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(g) For Corner allotments, have you installed a conduit for the irrigation of the 600mm planting strip adjacent to your fence? (h) Have you included any retaining wall details onto the landscape design for approval of the DRC? (i) Have you ensured synthetic grass, turf and plants are not used in your landscape design? (j) Have you incorporated a small tree into your landscape design? (k) Have you included a minimum density of planting to ensure coverage within 5 years? (l) Have you referenced the list of preferred plants species prior to installation? (m - n) Have you read and understood the requirements for nature strips? (o) If you intend of using your property as an investment, do you understand your responsibility of landscaping and nature strip maintenance?

22 DRIVEWAYS

YES

NO

NA

YES

NO

NA

(a) Have you only proposed one driveway in your landscape design? (b) Will your driveway be completed prior to occupancy? (c) Is your driveway being constructed of an approved material? (d) Ensure you are not installing uncoloured concrete driveway? (e) Have you provided a minimum 500mm landscape strip between the driveway and boundary? (f) Have you provided a driveway no wider than the garage, which tapers to match the width of the crossover? (g) Do you intend on relocating the crossover? Have you contacted the Vendor prior?

23 FENCING (a) Do you have fencing forward of your building alignment? (b) Is your return fencing and gates located a minimum of 6 metres from the front boundary? (d) Has your side and rear boundary fencing been installed in accordance with the Design Guideline specifications?

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APPENDIX B Continued

23 FENCING continued

YES

NO

NA

(f) If you have fencing on a corner, have you ensured it is stepped in a minimum of 600mm from the corner side boundary to allow for planting to screen the fence? (g) Have you excluded front fencing from your design? (h) Have you ensured your fence will be installed prior to occupancy?

24 LETTERBOXES Will you install a letter box in accordance with the letterbox standards?

25 WINDOW FURNISHINGS Will you install window furnishings within 3 months of occupancy? Are they in accordance with the approved window coverings?

26 SHEDS AND OUTBUILDINGS (a) Are you proposing any outbuildings and are they positioned in the rear yard, not visible from the street? (b) Is the maximum floor area of your shed 15m²? (c) Is the wall height of your shed a maximum of 2 metres, and no higher than 2.4 metres?

27 ROOF MOUNTED EQUIPMENT (a) Is roof mounted equipment located so it is not visible from the street? (b) Is your evaporative cooling unit placed a minimum of half way towards the rear and low profile? (c) Are the solar panels located to minimize visual impact? 28 EXTERNAL FIXTURES (a) Are external fixtures such as meterbox, HWS heating units located so they are not visible to the street? (b) Have you ensured no external roller shutters are installed?

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(c) Have you ensured exposed plumbing, waste pipes and vents have been avoided? (d) Have you located your clothesline so it is not visible to the street?

29 SUSTAINABILITY Have you considered measures to reduce the impact your dwelling has on the environment through energy saving principles to reduce household consumption?

30 NBN Have you included the appropriate wiring to connect to the National Broadband Network?

32 PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGMENT FORM Has the owner read and understood the Design Guidelines?

Declaration We certify that the documents submitted for Design Approval accord with all requirements as requested under the Design Guidelines and Covenants in the Contract of Sale. We agree to take full responsibility for the rectification and cost of such rectification should any breach of Covenant, Restrictive Covenant, and or Design Guideline occur in relation to the above lot. We acknowledge our continual obligation to comply with the Design Guidelines and Covenants. We understand that it is our responsibility to ensure that the use and construction of any structure on the above lot conforms entirely with the Design Guidelines and Covenants including Restrictive Covenants and other requirements on the contract of sale including, but not limited to, issues relating to retaining walls, exposed plumbing, outbuildings, restrictions on vibrant colours and reflective glazing, site levels, fencing etc. We are reminded that whilst the Design Review Committee will assist in the approval process they will not accept any responsibility, financial or otherwise, and or legal liability for any discrepancies and or breaches of the Design Guidelines and/or Covenants either prior to, or after Design Approval of the subject Lot. These responsibilities and liabilities will remain with us, the Applicant of the subject lot.

NAME SIGNED DATE

NAME SIGNED DATE

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