A Community Title Subdivision can be registered in circumstances where individual Torrens Title lot ownership is required, but you still require maintenance and shared ownership of common facilities. This makes it ideal for unit developments, townhouses, and manor developments.
A Community Title Subdivision is most often seen in gated communities. In these communities, each lot has sole individual ownership of their land, defined by land boundaries, and enjoys shared facilities such as tennis courts or parks, which are owned and maintained by the entire community. The Subdivision then provides a set of Community By-Laws dictating how these common areas are to be used and maintained.
So if you’re looking to create a Community Title Subdivision, you’ll need to obtain approval through a Development Application to Council. These can often be time-consuming, and you may run into obstacles.
If it sounds like a lot to process, it is.
So let CIVAC take the headache out of it for you. Our goal is to streamline the process for you and make it easy for you to obtain approval for your Community Title Subdivision. Our experienced team of Town Planners and Project Managers will assess your development for Community Title Subdivision possibilities and the most effective path to gaining approval. We then manage the entire process on your behalf, and guide you on the path to achieve your approval—you don’t have to do a thing.
Here’s how we do it.