Annexure B – Development Conditions

This is Annexure “B” referred to in the Offer and Acceptance
In order to ensure the attainment of a minimum standard and to encourage home design excellence at
the Brighton Estate, these guidelines set out the minimum standards and conditions under which
residential development within the estate will normally be approved.
Building Plan Approval
Two full sets of plans and specifications must be submitted to the Brighton Estate Project Managers
(Satterley Property Group – 18 Bowman Street, South Perth 6151) simultaneously with or prior to any
plans submitted to the City of Wanneroo under the normal building approval procedure.
The Project Managers will peruse such plans for compliance with the Restrictive Covenants and
Development Conditions and Building Guidelines and if considered to comply will return an approved
set of plans to the applicant.
NO development is to be commenced on any lot without the plans and specifications having been
approved in writing as set out above.
The purchaser shall comply with the provisions of the Agreed Local Structure Plan.
All dwellings constructed must incorporate a minimum of a double carport or garage, and comprise the
same materials as the residence.
All external walls must be constructed with materials which are either predominantly painted
or rendered concrete, , rendered masonry, clay bricks, limestone, natural coloured concrete
blockwork, split face block feature walls, timber or weatherboard which has a stained or
painted finish, fibre cement cladding, metal deck cladding custom orb and/or mini orb,
reverse brick veneer or composite materials (including a mixture of fibre cement products) or
other similar material finished in facework or render provided that each of those materials
used comprises not less than ten per centum (10%) of the total front elevation wall area
(excluding windows) of the residence; and
All front elevations of a residence must comprise a minimum of two different wall materials or
two different wall colours.
Clay or concrete tiles, zincalume or colorbond metal roofing are acceptable. Main portion of
roof to be a minimum of 24 degrees 43 minutes roof pitch, unless where there is a minimum
of 600mm eaves to front elevation windows, then a minimum roof pitch of 20 degrees 30
minutes is permitted.
Each dwelling is to be provided with a driveway and crossover to be completed at the same
time as the residence and before occupation. Maximum width of driveway shall be 6m from
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any side boundary. All driveways must be constructed of brick paving coloured limestone,
coloured or textured concrete or coloured bitumen.
Front Elevation
The front elevation of each dwelling must contain either a:
a) gable;
b) gablet;
c) minimum of one arch to the brickwork of the front façade of the dwelling with projecting masonry
d) a portico of a minimum width of 1500 millimetres that projects forward from the main roof of the
front of the dwelling;
e) projecting sill courses to windows; or
f) a verandah of a minimum depth of 1500 millimetres and occupies a minimum of 50 percent of the
front elevation.
g) A cement render finish to the walls of the front elevation of the residence.
Outbuildings greater than 20 square metres must be constructed in the same materials to match the
main building. Sheds and other outbuildings with a floor area of less than 20 square metres may be
approved if constructed in materials other than zincalume and other reflective finishes which are
Subject to hereinafter provided, all side and rear boundary fencing must comprise either:(a)
timber, brushwood, masonry or brick; or
capped and painted on both sides in “wheat” coloured paint and constructed of materials
known as colorbond or Hardifence.
Any fence to a corner lot side boundary facing a secondary street must be constructed of timber,
brushwood, masonry or brick.
NO fencing is permitted forward of the building line unless the rear boundary of the lot abuts a
rear access lane or a front boundary retaining wall exceeds 600 millimetres in height.
If the land is serviced by and abuts a rear access lane to its rear boundary or where a front boundary
retaining wall exceeds 600 mm in height, a fence extending forward of the building frontage setback is
permitted where it:
is constructed of the same materials as the walls of the dwelling or limestone or is an open timber
picket fence; or
is visually permeable above 750mm and a maximum overall height of 1750mm.
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Fencing to a property boundary where provided by the developer is not to be altered in any way. In the
event of damage the lot owner shall repair in the same style and colour as provided. In the event of
failure by the lot owner to repair the fence the developer may do so and reclaim the cost from the lot
All fencing should be covered under your household insurance policy.
Site Levels
The general level of the site may not be altered. On all lots the finished site level must not be raised by
more than 0.5 metre by either earthworks or imported fill and any boundary retaining walls necessitated
by such alteration of levels shall be installed at the homebuilder’s cost.
Air Conditioning/Solar Hot Water Units
Air conditioning units may not protrude significantly above the ridgeline of the dwelling and must be of
similar colour to the roof. Solar hot water units must be integrated with and match the roof profile of the
Rubbish Disposal Containers
Must be screened from public view
Commercial Vehicles
Commercial vehicles with an aggregate weight greater than 3.5 tonnes or height greater than 2.0
metres, including caravans etc must not be parked or stored on a property unless contained within
double carport/garage or screened from public view.
Use of Property
The carrying out of any repairs or restoration of any motor vehicle, boat, trailer, aircraft or any other
vehicle is prohibited unless screened from public view.
Washing Lines
All washing lines must be screened from the street.
The completed residence must not be used for display purposes without the written approval of the
Vendor or its agent.
The benefit of the preceding building guidelines must be for the benefit of every other lot in the
plan of subdivision referred to herein and the burden of the preceding guidelines shall be
attached to the property.