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    Default ACT battle-ax blocks

    Does anyone know with battleax blocks where you're allowed to have the building start from? On normal blocks it's 6m from the boundary line but with a battle-axe block the driveway is long and the boundary starts heaps further up than where the house starts. Do you have to have a 6m boundary from where the driveway finishes or can you basically build a couple of metres from where the driveway finishes?

    I hope I made sense

    Thanks in advance!!

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    The council should have a building envelope on the block that shows you where you can build.
    If there's no building envelope, I suggest you contact the council.


 

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