G. Garage and Driveways
− Garages must be integrated into the overall form of the dwelling
− Garages must be enclosed. Carports and open sided garages are not allowed
− Lots with a frontage of 12.5m or more must provide a double garage
− Lots with a frontage of 10m or less must provide a single garage if the crossover is located on the front boundary.
− Double garages will not be approved
− The width of the garage door must not exceed 40% of the width of the primary lot frontage
− Garage doors that are visible from the public realm must be either a panel lift, sectional overhead, or other similar type. Roller doors are not permitted if they are visible from the public realm
− Garages must be stepped back a minimum of 0.5m from the wall of the dwelling. This is measured from the front building line, not from verandas or porches etc.
− Each lot must have a maximum of one cross-over per frontage
− Driveways must be constructed from a hard surface material such as exposed aggregate concrete, colouredthrough concrete, slate, natural stone, asphalt, or brick
− Driveway colours should be muted. Plain (uncoloured) and painted concrete driveways are not permitted
− Where the garage is located on the allotment boundary, a 500mm minimum landscaped garden bed is required between the driveway and side boundary
− The driveway must not exceed the width of the garage door, where they meet the garage, and must taper to the width of the crossover at the boundary
− The driveway must be constructed prior to the occupancy of the dwelling