When you think of a Strata Subdivision, what do you think of? For many, their mind would go straight to a series of units, or apartments.
However, a Strata Subdivision can be used when you’re subdividing a dual occupancy, and there are certain elements that both properties share. A common driveway, for example.
Under a Strata Subdivision, each individual owner owns the land and building within their lot. Both parties in the Subdivision also jointly own any common property, and undertake joint responsibility for the maintenance and upkeep of all common areas—ideally, this helps to keep the peace between neighbours.
A Strata Subdivision is the best option when your aim is to create individual lot ownership and common property ownership, such as the example of a block of units, or manor housing. The result creates individual ownership of each unit and combined ownership of all the common property areas such as driveways and stairwells.
A Strata Subdivision requires approval through either a Development Application to Council or a Strata Certifier. So to make this process as fast, efficient, and hassle-free as possible, your first step should be to get in touch with us.
At CIVAC our goal is to streamline the process for you and make it easy for you to obtain approval for your Strata Subdivision. Our experienced team of Town Planners and Project Managers will manage the process on your behalf, and help guide you on the path to achieving your approval. You won’t have to do a thing.
So if you’re considering a Strata Subdivision for your block, make CIVAC your first point of call.
Here’s how we work with you to help you achieve your Strata Subdivision.