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  • Profile photo of Hot StuffHot Stuff
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    Water Corp “There is a 150mm VC sewer main running parallel along the inside of the rear (northern) boundary at approx. 1.0m and is approx. 2.2m deep. The minimum distance a building can be to the centre of this sewer main is 0.6m with piling and 2.5m without piling.

    There is also a 150mm VC sewer main running parallel along the inside of the right hand side (eastern) boundary at approx. 1.0m and is also approx. 2.2m deep. The above setback requirements will also need to be applied to this sewer main.

    Furthermore, there is also an access chamber located in the rear right corner of the lot which requires a 1.0m clearance around the edge of the lid and access to it at all times.”

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    Profile photo of BallerinaBallerina
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    It may not be problem at all, given that all lines are parallel/close to the boundary. However, only professionals can advise. Find architect/experienced building designer who works in this particular council. He/she will check it out for you based on: planning requirements and possible site layout (to get the triplex design), and he/she should confirm with the engineers. Both: council engineers and independent design engineer.
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