K. Letterboxes and Ancillary
− Letterboxes must complement the home design in terms of materials, colours and style.
− Single post supported letterboxes will not be approved.
− Dwelling services such as clothes lines, satellite dishes, antennae or external receivers must be located to the rear of the building and not readily visible from the public realm.
− Heating and cooling units must be located towards the rear of the dwelling and not readily visible from the public realm. If located on the roof the units must be positioned below the ridge line, towards the rear of the roof and coloured to match the roof as far as practical.
− Photovoltaic cells, solar panels and the like may be located to maximise their efficiency if they integrate with the roof form.
− Any outbuildings less than 10.0m² should not be readily visible from the public realm.
− Any outbuildings greater than 10.0m² must be constructed so that the external appearance matches the main dwelling in colours, material and style.
- Have a maximum height of 3.6m at the ridgeline, measured from natural ground level
- Have a maximum height of any perimeter wall, excluding the gable infill, of 2.5m, measured from the natural ground level
− Ancillary items such as rubbish bins, recycling bins, washing lines, hot water systems, any water storage tanks, swimming pools, spa pumps or external plumbing are to be stored or located away from public view.
− Storage of trucks, commercial vehicles exceeding 1.5 tonnes, recreational vehicles, trailers, caravans, boats, horse floats or other like vehicles are to be located out of public view when parked or stored on the lot.
− Dwellings should be connected to all available infrastructure such as the National Broadband Network and the recycled water network.