Dual Occupancy (Dual Occ)/Backyard Developments/Sub division/Multi Units?

What is this?

Dual occupancy development refers to the construction of two dwellings on one block of land. This may consist of two dwellings attached to one another (duplex or attached dual occupancy) or two separate unattached dwellings (detached dual occupancy), single storey or a town house.

What is required in organising this?

Dual occupancy, or multi unit developments require town planning approval & subdivision permits from the local council. Subsequently a building permit is required to construct the development.

How do I know if I can do a Dual Occ on my property?

Call us. On some blocks multi unit development may also be possible. By constructing additional dwellings, you can increase your profit margin.

What do we (QHL) do? Dual Occupancy, Town planning & Subdivision Permits:

QHL provides you with end to end solution as we handle the process from concept to completion – (Permit, building and selling your investment).

We investigate your site, consult with the local council, and will provide a no obligation feasibility assessment and suitability for a multi unit, or dual occupancy development. Our role is to ensure you get the maximum return and the least hassles.

We organise the relevant permits from your council, coordinate and project manage the whole process for you, including the construction process and then selling the properties for you.
Basically we take the pain for you to gain.

How do we get started?

We begin by doing a site investigation, conduct a free feasibility study of your property, determine the best solution and provide you with total costs up front. Our partnerships with local real estate agents will help us gather for you with all recent sales results & market assessments.

This information will give you a fair idea of how much profit you can expect from your project.

Our estimate of costs to prepare concepts for town planning lodgement is all inclusive of our management fee. The fee encompasses the management of design, drawings, council liaisons, appointment and operation of the consulting team, preliminary feasibility, quantity surveying, and project cost estimate and delivery of planning application documentation.