Stage 24 – Cottage Building Guidelines - Satterley Property Group

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LAND SALES

Satterley Real Estate


Annexure “A” Cottage Lots

Development and Bu
ilding Guidelines Stage
24



Introduction

In order to ensure a minimum standard and to encourage home design excellence at Beaumaris Beach
Iluka, these Guidelines set out

the minimum standards and conditions under which residential
development within the estate will normally be approved. Appreciating tha
t design is subjective and
new
products are being continually developed, the Vendor reserves the right to vary standards

or approve
alternative materials or finishes provided such materials and finishes, in its opinion maintain the
minimum standards set out below.


Building Plan Approval

Two full sets of plans and specifications must be submitted to Project Manager, Beaumar
is Land Sales
PO Box 429 Joondalup WA 6919 prior to the plans being submitted to City of Joondalup under the
normal building approval procedure.

The Project Manager will peruse such plans for compliance with the Restrictive Covenants, Development
and Build
ing Guidelines and if considered to comply will return an approved set of plans to the applicant.


Development

NO

development is to be commenced on any lot without the plans and specifications having been
approved in writing as set out above.


Dwelling

The

minimum dwelling size is 16
0 square metres. The minimum floor area is the area of the dwelling
excluding porches, garages, verandahs, alfresco etc. Development of residential R30 Lots shall have
maximum site coverage of 60% of the total lot.


Garages

Al
l dwellings constructed must incorporate double, side by side enclosed garages, comprised of the same
materials as the residence and having a minimum clear internal dimension of 5.0m wide x 5.5 m deep.


Materials

Walls
: All external walls must be construct
ed, unless otherwise approved, with concrete, clay bricks,
limestone or similar material finished in face brickwork or render.

Roofing
: Clay or concrete tiles, colourbond metal roofing is acceptable. A minimum 25
o

pitch is to be
used on all dwellings and
garages. Zinculume is not acceptable.

Driveway:
Each dwelling is to be provided with a driveway and crossover to be completed at the same
time as the residence and before occupation. All driveways and crossovers must comprise brick paving
unless otherwi
se approved by the Vendor.




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Fencing

Feature masonry fencing is required for any boundary or return fence that face any street, road, park or
reserve. Feature fencing shall not incorporate fibro cement (Hardifence) or Colour
bond. See Iluka
Structure Plan for further detail.

This fencing is not provided or paid for by the developer.


No fibro cement (Hardifence) or colourbond fencing is permitted forward of the building line.


Fencing to boundaries where provided by the deve
loper is not to be altered in any way. In the event of
damage the lot owner shall repair in the same style and colour as provided.


Except for street, road, park or reserve boundaries. All boundary fencing shall consist of Hardifence
painted “wheat” colou
r on both sides with “wheat” coloured capping.


No solid fencing greater than 1m height is to be erected forward of the building line.


Rear fences abutting garages adjacent to a rear laneway are to be constructed to allow a driveway
truncation at the rear

laneway, to provide for adequate sightlines and vehicle maneuverability. Separate
pedestrian access gates to the rear laneway, in addition to garage doors are permitted. Hardifence will be
erected on the high side o
f any retaining wall.
The Vendor or it
s Agents will make fencing decisions.
One month prior to your home being completed, please contact Residential Fencing on

0407 320 039

for installations.


Iluka Structure Plan

Objective:

The integrated development precinct needs to compliment the balance

of Beaumaris Beach
Estate and as such, a structure plan has been formulated to ensure that the future residents of this precinct
can enjoy a high standard of residential amenity which ensures adequate standards of privacy, daylight,
and security whilst cr
eating a more interesting and intimate streetscape.


Design Guidelines relevant to R30 lots as provided for in the Structure Plan are summarised below (for
further information please consult the City of Joondalup District Planning Scheme No2.)


Residentia
l R30 Lots

Development of all Residential R30 lots shown on the Structure Plan shall be assessed in accordance with
the Residential Design Codes, District Planning Scheme, Council’s Policies (except in the case of
Building Height in which the Residential D
esign Codes applies), relevant Local Laws and Building
Codes of Australia, except where they have been varied in the following instances:

a)

The development of all residential lots with rear laneway access shall satisfy a minimum 1.5 metre
front setback and a
n average of 3.0 metres.

b)

The development of lots without laneway access shall satisfy a minimum 2.5 metre front setback and
average 4.5 metres. An average front setback of 3m shall be permitted where 50% or more of the
garage is recessed into the design o
f the dwelling. A minimum 4m setback shall apply to all garages.

c)

Rear setback (excluding garages for lots with rear laneways) shall be accordance with The Residential
Design Codes.

d)

Garages on laneway lots shall provide a 1.5 metre minimum rear setback. A

1.5 metre side offset is
required for garage openings to the boundary for site truncation to enable improved vehicle access.

e)

To encourage solar access and energy efficiency whilst preserving similar solar access adjoining
properties, a zero lot setback on
to a side boundary other than a street boundary is encouraged (except
where stated for corner lots with a secondary street frontage, refer to 4(k). The use of a zero setback
shall be limited to the western boundary for north/south oriented lots and the so
uthern boundary for
east/west oriented lots. A zero setback to the side boundary is required to be in accordance with
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f)

Those lots with the zero lot li
ne on the side boundary shall also have a mandatory 2.0 metre second
storey setback when the wall contains no major openings to habitable rooms. This setback is to apply
specifically on the south for east/west lots and the west for north/south lots. Wher
e major openings to
habitable rooms are proposed setbacks are to be in accordance with the Residential Design Codes.

g)

Regardless of whether of not a zero setback has been sought to one of the side boundaries referred to
in (e) above a minimum setback of 1.5

metres is required to the opposite boundary for both ground
and upper floors for walls without a major opening. This will be to the eastern boundary for
north/south, oriented lots and the northern boundary for east/west, oriented lots. Where major
openi
ngs are proposed, setbacks are to be in accordance with the Residential Design Codes.

h)

Development of residential R30 lots shall have maximum site coverage of 60% of the total lot.

i)

Rear garages are mandatory for all laneway allotments.

j)

Maximum building heig
ht is to be in accordance with Table 3 “Category B” of the “Residential
Design Codes”. This Provision supersedes and Local Planning Policy that relates to Building Height.

k)

For corner lots with two frontages to a street, the secondary street setback is to
be in accordance with
the Residential Design Codes. To encourage active frontage and surveillance to a secondary street a
zero setback may be permitted up to 50% of the secondary street boundary subject to the following
conditions:

1)

The part of the buildin
g that is located at a zero setback must address the secondary street in a
similar manner to that of the primary street;

2)

The remaining part of the building is to be setback in accordance with the Residential Design
Codes for secondary street;

3)

Any fencing p
roposed to the secondary street boundary is required to be a maximum height of
1.8 metres with the solid component being permitted to a maximum height of 750mm with the
remainder being “permeable fencing” (See City of Joondalup Policy 3.2.6 “Subdivision an
d
Development Adjoining Areas of Public Space” for an example of “permeable fencing”) and

4)

The secondary street boundary does not include the corner truncation.

l)

Elements 8 and 9 of the Residential Design Codes do not apply.

m)

All developments are required to
provide an enclosed, lockable storage area, constructed in a
design and material matching the dwelling, accessible from outside the dwelling, with a minimum
internal dimension of 1.5m with an internal area of at least 4m
2
. Storerooms are permitted in
gara
ges provided the minimum dimensions and area are achieved.

n)

Where no fence is proposed along the front boundary, side fencing must not exceed a height of 1
metre within the front setback area. Where front fencing is proposed, the side fencing within the
fr
ont setback area is required to be of the same height (not to exceed 1.0m), same style and same
materials as the front boundary fence.

o)

Fencing forward of the front building line is not encouraged, however, where it is proposed,
permeable fencing or solid f
encing or a combination of the two will be permitted to a maximum
height of 1.0 metre.

p)

Should an application not be in accordance with the development provisions provided in this
section, consultation with adjoining or other landowners and the submission o
f a development
application is required.


Outbuildings

Any Building must be of the same materials as the residence and must conform to the side setback
requirements. Galvanised iron, zincalume or fibro walls are not permitted.










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Site Levels and Setbacks

Buyers must satisfy by inspection and enquiry regarding minimum setbacks being achieved on individual
lots.

The general level of the site may not be altered without the written approval of the developers. Clean fill
mus
t be checked by purchaser’s builder for suitability.

Any limestone retaining or other walls provided may not be altered in any way except with written
permission from the developer.


Air Conditioning or Cooling Unit/Solar Hot Water Units

Air conditioning o
r cooling units must be of a similar colour to the roof. Solar hot water units must be
integrated with and match the roof profile and pitch of the dwelling.


Letterboxes

Each lot is to address the main street, not the rear laneway, and as such letterboxes

must be provided on
the main street frontage. The developer will provide letterboxes that clearly display the house number.


Windblown Litter

For the benefit of tidiness a provision is to be made on building sites for the containment of builder’s
material
s that would otherwise be likely to be blown by the wind. The minimum requirement is a “Pen”
constructed of four star pickets and wire mesh, secured to all sides with a top, located on each lot during
the construction period.

The Purchaser shall take all
necessary steps to stabilize the soil to prevent windblown sand and litter
accumulating prior to and during construction. Should the Project Managers be forced to carry out this
exercise, they reserve the right to claim the cost back from the lot owner.


Signs

Excepting for the Vendor’s signage or its Agents, NO extra wordage advertising or business signage shall
be placed on the property or in the front window or on the walls of the dwelling without the written
approval of the Vendor excepting real estate

signage associated with the sale of residences and builders
signs required by law.

Not for a period of two years commencing on the date of the contract shall a “For Sale” sign be erected on
a vacant block of land (or any other signs) provided that this Co
venant will not operate to prevent the
Purchaser form selling or otherwise disposing of the land. Should any sign be erected on the lot the
purchaser gives permission to the Vendor or its agents to enter the property to remove the sign.


Washing Lines/Rub
bish Bins

All washing lines and rubbish bins shall be screened from the street and public places.


Display Homes

The completed residence shall not be used for display purposes without the written approval of the
Vendor or its Agent.


Commercial Vehicles/Bo
ats etc.

All commercial vehicles including caravans, boats, etc shall not be parked or stored on a property unless
contained within a garage or screened from public view.


Amalgamation/Re
-
Subdivision

Subdivision of the land or amalgamation of lots is not p
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Telecommunication Aerials, Antennas & Dishes

Beaumaris Beach has a state of the art underground cable system which provides residents with free to air
television, 5 free to air satellite channels and the option

of broadband (high speed) internet.

The installation of the cable system means that it is not necessary to erect outside TV antennae which
together with satellite dishes are not permitted under the terms of the Restrictive Covenants.

The cable system has
been installed and is maintained by Broadcast Engineering Services (Telephone
9248 7000).

Connection to the system must be undertaken by Broadcast Engineering Services. The instal
lation fee is
approximately $300

+ GST. This fee includes up to 40 metres o
f cable. 15 metres of trenching and an
Austel approved isolation device. If your home has two or more TV points, you may incur additional
costs for the installation of splitters and/or a TV signal booster.

Your builder will normally supply and install TV

points in your home. BES recommends the use of RG6
Quad Shield Cable. Your builder should terminate the coaxial cable in the roof space in an accessible
place at the front of the house.

The developers will endeavour to ensure that the TV system is devel
oped and continued, but makes no
warranty or promise concerning its continued operation.


Covenant

Not to breach or allow to
be breached the Beaumaris Estate Cottage Lot Restrictive Covenants for
Beaumaris Beach which are attached to this contract and Mark
ed Annexure (“B”) (“the Covenants”).

The preceding building guidelines shall be for the benefit of every other lot in the plan of subdivision
referred to herein and the burden of the preceding guidelines shall be attached to the property.





























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LAND SALES

Satterley Real Estate


Restrictive Covenants


Cottage Lots

Annexure “B”



This is the Annexure marked “B” referred to in the Offer and Acceptance dated the __________________


Day of __________________
_______20_______________ made between



____________________________________________________________________________________


As Purchaser of one part and Davidson Pty Ltd and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth as Vendor
and the other part to purchaser

LOT_____________________.


1. The Purchaser acknowledges that the Vendor has agreed to sell the land to the Purchaser only on
condition that the Purchaser enters into certain covenants relating to the use of the land for the purpose of
enhancing the amen
ity of all other land comprised in the Vendor’s subdivision. For the purposes of these
Covenants the Vendor shall be referred to as the Transferor and the Purchaser shall be referred to as the
Transferee. Some of the covenants agreed to be entered into b
y the Transferee and which shall set out in
the Transfer of Land instrument to be executed by the Parties hereto pursuant to this contract are as
follows:

The Transferee covenants with the Transferor:

(1) NOT to construct, erect or install or permit to be
constructed, erected or installed on the land hereby
transferred (“the land”).

a)

More than one permanent non
-
transportable private residence (“a residence”).

b)

A residence with a total floor area of less than 180 square metres inclusive of external walls but
e
xclusive of garages, verandahs and other unenclosed areas.

(2) NOT to construct, erect or install or permit to be constructed, erected or installed on the land:

a)

A residence or any alteration or addition to a residence:
-

(i)

Using wall materials which are not e
ither predominantly concrete, clay bricks or stone
or other similar materials in facework or render;

(ii)

Using roof materials which are not either clay, slate or concrete tiles or

colourbond metal;

(iii)

Having a roof pitch less than 25
o
.


b) A residence whic
h does not contain a garage making provision for parking of at least two motor


vehicles side by side.





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c) A garage, which if not located under the main roof of the residence:


(i)



Is not made of the same materials as the residence or


(ii) Does not match or complement the residence, in respect of the pitch of the roof,


materials used, the design and external appearance including colour and the qu
ality of


construction.

d)

Any outbuilding which does not use the same materials used in the construction of the residence
and does not complement the design and external appearance of the residence in respect of colour
and quality of const
ruction.

e)

Any outbuilding which has walls and/or a roof made of or coated with zincalume, galvanised iron,
fibro cement or other reflective material or is located within the front setback area.

f)

A residence, unless a driveway and crossover between the road a
nd parking area on the land and
all fences are constructed and completed prior to the occupation of the residence.

g)

A driveway which is not constructed of brick paving or approved material.

h)

A residence, unless all ground areas which are visible from the str
eet (“visible areas”) are properly
landscaped within 3 months after completion of the residence. “Properly landscaped” means that
all visible areas must be cleared and grassed or planted.

i)

A letterbox which is not located adjacent to the driveway, is not cl
early numbered or does not
match or complement the residence unless provided by the transferor.

j)

An air conditioner or evaporative cooler, unless contained wholly within the residence or being of
similar colour to the roof, or within the roof space between
the ceilings of the residence, and the
underside of the roof of the residence.

k)

A solar hot water heater unless it fits the roof profile and is not elevated at an angle to the roof
profile and otherwise matches or complements the residence.

l)

A clothes line o
r rain water tank except in accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction and
which is not screened from public view.

m)

While the Cable Television System provided by the Transferor is operative and available a
television and radio antenna and satellite dish

unless contained wholly within the residence or
within the roof space between the ceilings of the residence and to the underside of the roof of the
residence.

(3)

NOT to park or allow to be parked on the land or on the road or on any other land near of next t
o
the land, any commercial vehicles including but not limited to trucks, utilities, caravans, trailers,
boats or any other mobile machinery (“commercial vehicles”) unless such commercial vehicles
are housed or contained wholly within a garage on the land o
r are screened from public view.

(4)

That where retaining walls or fences have been erected on any of the boundaries of the land by
the Transferor, NOT to alter or remove any of the retaining walls or fences, NOT to allow or
permit the retaining walls or fence
s to fall into a state of disrepair, and NOT to repair or renew
such retaining walls or fences except in the same style and colour as the existing retaining walls
and fences.

(5)

That where retaining walls or fences have been erected on any of the boundaries o
f the land by
the Transferor, NOT to alter the level of the surface without written approval of the Transferor.





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(6)

Subject to this provision, NOT to erect or display or cause to be erected or displayed on the land
any
sign boarding or advertising of any description whatsoever PROVIDED THAT a FOR
SALE SIGN may be erected or displayed on the land as per Development and Building
Guidelines.

(7)

NOT to breach or allow to be breached the Beaumaris Estate Cottage Lots Development

&
Building Guidelines which are attached to the contract and marked Annexure “A” (Development
and Building Guidelines).

(8)


That the covenants herein contained shall operate and be enforceable until 31
st

December
2025

when such covenants will cease to have
any further effect.

(9)

That the burden of the covenants hereinbefore contained shall run with the land for the benefit of
every other lot on the plan or diagram of subdivision hereinbefore mentioned of which the
Transferor is the registered proprietor. The c
ovenants shall be enforceable against the Transferee
and every subsequent registered proprietor of the land, by the Transferor and every subsequent
registered proprietor of any other lot on the said plan or diagram of subdivision.

2.

The restrictive covenants

are entered into for the benefit of all Transferee of lots on the relevant Plan
or Diagram of Subdivision and are enforceable by all owners. Each Transferee must therefore comply
with and observe the restrictive covenants. The Transferor accepts no resp
onsibility for enforcement
of the restrictive covenants, but does have and reserves the right to do so, so long as it is the registered
proprietor of a lot on the relevant Plan or Diagram of Subdivision and further reserves the right to vary
requirements a
t its absolute discretion.

3.

The Transferee agrees that prior to commencement of any construction on the land, the Transferee
shall submit plans and specifications to the Transferor or it’s Agents for approval. Approval shall
automatically be given if such
plans and specifications comply with the covenants hereinbefore
contained.



























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Iluka

Home Owner’s Association

Po Box 119, Joondalup WA 6919



1.

a) In order to provide for and ensure high standards of

maintenance for Beaumaris Beach
Estate(“the Estate”) parks and reserves, road features, foreshore reserve facilities and any private
recreation and other facilities that may be
constructed within the Estate, (“the common facilities”),
an Association pursuant to the Associations incorporati
on Act, known as Iluka

Home Owners’
Association (Inc) (“the Association”) has been incorporated. Each Buyer of a lot or any part in the
Estate
shall automatically be
and remain a member of the Association so long as the
Purchaser is
an owner of a lot or any part thereof in the Estate.

b) As from the 1
st

day of January 1999 the Association is solely responsible for the maintenance

works and the Seller shall have no further responsibility or liability in relation thereto.

c) If the Association does not operate for whatever reason, the Seller has no responsibility or



liability to any Buyer or any other person.


2.

The buyer covenan
ts and agrees with the Seller that the Buyer:


a)

Is and will remain a member of the Association so long as the Buyer is an owner of a lot or
any part in the Estate.

b)

Will observe and abide by the Rules and the Constitution of the Association.

c)

Will pay all lev
ies and other fees determined by the Association from time to time. If the
Buyer sells his interest in the land then the Buyer agrees that he will ensure that the Buyer
thereof joins the Association as a member in place of the Buyer and that such Buyer wi
ll if
required execute a Deed of Covenant to be prepared by the Vendor’s solicitors at the cost of
the Buyer pursuant to which the Buyer agrees to be bound by the terms hereof and to join the
Association. Until that occurs, the Buyer shall remain personal
ly liable to pay fees and levies
determined by the Association which shall be payable upon written demand. The Buyer for
themselves and successors in title hereby charges and mortgages his interest in the land with
payment of any amounts owing to the Asso
ciation from time to time.


3.

The Buyer hereby authorizes the Association to lodge a Caveat on the Certificate of Title to the
land which will notify the Buyer of the land or any part thereof that such Buyer must become and
remain a member of the Association

so long as such Buyer is an owner of the land. The costs of
and incidental to the preparation and registration of a Caveat and any withdrawal thereof shall be
paid by the Buyer. The cost of preparation and registration of
the

Caveat is approximately $40
0

and there is a joining f
ee of $50
.00 plus GST to Iluka

Home Owner’s Association for
administration.




Buyer__________________________________

Buyer_________________________________


Witness________________________________

Witness________________________
________


Date___________________________________

Date__________________________________


For Davidson Pty Ltd and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth as the Seller.



Seller__________________________________

Witness_______________________________


Date
___________________________________





Land Sales

Satterley Real Estate

Beaumaris Site Works Information


Your guide to how soil conditions and retaining walls may affect the construction of your home.

This information has been prepared to give Purchaser
s an understanding of the steps Beaumaris Land
Sales has taken to minimize home building site costs to Purchasers. As every home is different and no
two sites identical, this brochure can only be indicative in terms of the information contained. We
stron
gly recommend that all Purchasers discuss with their builder, architect or earth
-
working contractor
the specific requirements of the site for the home which they propose to build on.


History

In the past, land developers have passed on to the home builder,

the entire responsibility and cost of earth
working and leveling the site ready for construction of the home. In most instances, other than level
blocks, the homebuilder will incur the additional cost of retaining walls. These costs can be substantial,
particularly in limestone country.

Realizing that economies of scale could apply, Beaumaris Beach has carried out earthworks and terracing
in the course of sub
-
divisional works on the estate. This has resulted in:


1.

A reduction in the cost to Purchasers of

most sites, of preparing the site for building.

2.

Where retaining walls are provided (as in many cases, they are) the need to negotiate cost
-
sharing
arrangements with neighbours for the construction of retaining walls, etc is avoided.

3.

Improved aesthetics wi
th retaining walls and fencing being standardized over the development.


General Design Criteria

(a) Fencing

Fencing must be in the boundary. Hardifence will be installed as indicated in the Annexure “A”
Development & Building Guidelines. Other types of

fencing such as brick fencing and fencing supported
by piers may require additional footings and fixings if located on top of the wall. These should be
designed by a practicing structural engineer. Fencing should be covered in their insurance of th
e who
le
property.


(b) Boundaries

The boundary is the outer face of the retaining wall.


(c)

Setbacks

Walls are designed to take into account the loading of a single storey residence, with a 1metre setback
from the wall and a 1.5metre setback for a double storey r
esidence. Subject to approval of a structural
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Cost

There will almost certainly be additional costs incurred in further preparing the site for the Purchaser’s
pr
oposed home. The Purchaser is advised to seek quotations from his/her builders and/or contractors.


Information

For further information contact:

Beaumaris Beach Project Manager

Ph: 9304 1015




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