Development FAQs Category: Site FAQs
A house set out is the process of transferring the drawn plans of the house to the block.
Once the slab has been laid, the plumbing needs to be connected to the sewage system.
Cut and fill is the name for the earthworks process that requires moving earth from one place to another to make the ground more level.
Limestone walls are more commonly used when retaining is over 1800mm or when the wall is required to be load bearing.
Panel and post retaining walls are the most common form of retaining walls, used for both structural and decorative uses.
To retain stormwater on site an Engineer will design a proposed stormwater system which must be submitted and approved by the local shire. Soil conditions and the amount of paving will affect the design of the stormwater system and therefore the volume and size of the soak wells, and therefore the price.