Can I subdivide my land?
You can only be able to subdivide your piece of land if it passes the following essential five steps
1. Zone, Schedule & Overlay/s
You will need first of all to ascertain which local planning state does apply to your property and most of the times this is mostly known to eliminate some properties from the ability of being subdivided as some zones schedules and overlays are known to provide constraint to a piece of land being subdivided. You can be able to confirm if your property qualifies by calling the town planning department of your local council.
Tests your Property Subdivision Application Must Pass Through[/intro]
When you are planning to buy a large piece of land in Victoria, you would be certainly thinking of subdividing it. In such a case, your property will have to pass the following 5 tests: 1- Zone, Overlays and Schedule, 2- Size of the land, 3- Building Envelope, 4- Character of Neighborhood, 5- Planning Scheme
We can give you information on your property. There are subdividing constraints within some Zones, Overlays and Schedule. So, this information may be sufficient to your property from being subdivided.