Posted On Jun 14, 2021 in Living
If your current property is sitting on a piece of land then adding a minor dwelling can be a great way to increase your property value, generate extra income or provide extra space for your growing family.
A minor dwelling is a secondary house that can be built on your existing property. It must not be larger than 65 square metres. Garaging and outdoor living space are in addition to the maximum 65 square metre size of the minor dwelling itself.
Minor dwellings are specifically provided for within the following Auckland Unitary plan zones:
Whilst you don’t need to undertake a subdivision for a minor dwelling, you may need building consent for your project. This may be necessary depending on such things as:
Signature Homes offers a free site appraisal where our expert team, who are Auckland Unitary Plan specialists, can give you a quick and easy assessment of what could be possible on your property.
Signature Homes has a variety of pre-designed one, two, and three-bedroom plans up to 65m2 to suit all spaces and stages, that don’t require a lengthy subdivision process.
The hard work is done for you, our plans are designed with simplicity and cost-efficiency in mind.