FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Legal requirements:

  • Maximum floor area 60m2 (excluding outdoor areas such as carport, veranda, garage etc)
  • Land zoned Residential
  • Minimum land total 450m2
  • Must be 3m from boundary

The NSW Government defines a granny flat as “A granny flat, or secondary dwelling, is self-contained accommodation within, attached or separate to an individual home.”

No, council defines a granny flat as a secondary dwelling on the same property.

The short answer is no, we will apply on your behalf for a Section 149(2) Planning Certificate from your local council. Granny Flat leaders will handle the whole process from design and approvals through to the build and finish. This includes handling all builder, engineer and certifier fees.

Granny Flat Leaders offers many designs, any of which can be customised to your liking. Speak with one of our designers today to learn how we can help you.

4 weeks approval
14 weeks build time

Yes, our water flow meter is included in the standard package and allows for individual use reading.

No, all our homes are constructed from the ground up by our award-winning team of builders and tradespeople.

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