What are single-unit dwellings?

  

  

To achieve a broader spectrum of housing types Brisbane Council supports the development of single-unit dwellings.

  

  

Single-unit dwellings are attached/detached units on individual freehold titles, where as multi-unit dwellings are subject to ‘community title’.  A single-unit dwelling should not be confused with a small lot house.

  

Single-unit dwellings are supported in the Character Residential Area (CR), Low-Medium Density Residential Area (LMR), Medium Density Residential Area (MR) and High Density Residential Area (HR).

  

To see if your property qualifies for the development of single-unit dwellings in the Brisbane City Council please refer to checklist below:

  

Property is located in Character Residential Area (CR), Low-medium Density Residential Area (LMR), Medium Density Residential Area (MR) or High Density Residential Area (HR),

In the Character Residential Area (CR) and High Density Residential Area (HR) site area is a minimum of 800m² and has a minimum frontage of 20m,

In the Low-medium Density Residential Area (LMR) and Medium Density Residential Area (MR) site area is a minimum of 600m² and has a minimum frontage of 17m.

  

If you think your property is suitable for single-unit dwellings please contact us for further information.

  

Below please see an example of single-unit dwellings in Annerley in which we were involved:

  

                               Single-unit Dwelling Development in Annerley

  

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