MULTI UNIT RESIDENTIAL
MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT
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What is a Manor house?
Manor house means a residential flat building containing 3 or 4 dwellings, where:
(a) each dwelling is attached to another dwelling by a common wall or floor, and
(b) at least 1 dwelling is partially or wholly located above another dwelling, and
(c) the building contains no more than 2 storeys (excluding any basement).
Requirement for Manor houses:
Manor houses are permitted on following land zones if multi dwelling housing or residential flat buildings (or both) are permitted in the following zones:
(a) Zone RU5 Village,
(b) Zone R1 General Residential,
(c) Zone R2 Low Density Residential,
(d) Zone R3 Medium Density Residential
Attached development or detached development may be erected on a lot:
(a) if a dual occupancy, manor house or multi dwelling housing (terraces) exists on the lot, or
(b) if there is a current development consent or complying development certificate for the construction of a dual occupancy, manor house or multi dwelling housing (terraces) on the lot.
Lot sizes requirements:
The area of the lot must not be less than whichever is greater of the following:
(ii) the minimum lot area specified for manor houses in the environmental planning instrument that applies to the land concerned,