Architect/Builder in Canbera

From: Manny B


Howdy there,

I have a few questions on behalf of a friend of mine, she has an old home in Canbera, suburb being Ainslie on a block a little over 1000m2. She wanted to know if she can fit 3 units on such a block size? and also if anyone has a good builder and/or architect that knows the area well they could recommend...

Cheers,

Manny.
 
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From: Michael Croft


Hi Manny,

It's my home turf and I have a number of properties in Ainslie. There is a moratorium on developments in Canberra at the moment specifically targeted at dual/tri occs. She can call me if see wishes as I have done a few in this suburb. My web site has the numbers and no I won't charge her for the phone call ;-)

Michael Croft
 
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From: Manny B


Hi Michael,

thanx for the reply/info, I will get her to contact you...

Cheers,

Manny
 
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Reply: 1.2
From: Jas




There is
> a moratorium on developments in Canberra at the moment specifically
> targeted at dual/tri occs.

Michael... Why is that? With the rental issues in Canberra, wouldn't
the powers that be want more housing?????

Jas
 
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From: Michael Croft


Change of Govt so they are rewriting the rules. They won't stop development but they want to 'control it'. All it means is that development will continue (after the moratorium) within the confines of the new ruler's vision splendid.

Every time there is a change to the rules a new set of opportunities opens up for those who are switched on ;-)

Michael Croft
 
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From: Jas


> Every time there is a change to the rules a new set of opportunities
opens
> up for those who are switched on ;-)
>
Michael

Go Michael, go Michael!
Go Michael, go Michael!

Jas
 
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Re: Architect/Builder in BRisbane

Reply: 2
From: Ian Findlay


Hi all,

Anyone know any good builders or architects in Brisbane.
Residential property please.

Thanks always,

Ian
 
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