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Today we are using: – RPData – Council Infrastructure Maps (bimap) – Council Planning Scheme – Our A-Team – On Site Investigations
G'day Jon I've been investigating a property in Kangaroo Point with a client. We are possibly looking at placing it under contract subject to due diligence and getting full answers from yourself and my planner then, but I wouldn't mind a bit of feedback from you now. The site is a corner site and contains 3 existing houses and possibly room for a fourth. See below bimap and an aerial photo after that. It is on a combine with no clear way of getting off. The closest downstream sewer is in Linton St and you'd have to come through 66 Linton, then 91 Princess St. Costly and requires permission x 2, one from a nice house. My only thought is maybe you can bring the sewer in Duke St across. The sewer at the manhole at the intersection of Duke and Princess is 10.07m above sea level. The Eastern boundary of the subject site is about 9.7m above sea level, so clearly can't go that far. You'd only need to take it to the Western edge of the Eastern house, but this is about 10.4 AHD, so you only have about 30cm of fall available between there and the sewer some 40m away. 99% sure that isn't enough. Not to mention it can't be at surface level. Maybe, just maybe, there is a chance of bringing it across to service only 2 of the houses (plus a new dwelling if we go down this path) and leave the last dwelling on the combine. We are improving the situation so I can see it being a possibility. The land is probably about 10.7m AHD at that point. Also, I am taking my depth for the sewer from the manhole, but you would actually bring it in along the back boundary, so the sewer at a guess is probably at 9.9m at this point, not 10.07m. Etc, Etc
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