At Betta Build Group, we have a range of innovative floor plans and designs for one, two and three bedroom granny flats. You will have the flexibility to customise one of our existing plans or we can help you design something special!
We have a reputation in delivering the highest quality, most cost effective and stress free granny flat solution in Sydney.Whether you are wanting to build a granny flat for a family member or to earn some extra income, the granny flat build stage is both exciting and daunting. Our many years of experience and knowledge will help you make the most complex of projects look like a walk in the park.
We check lot size, width, setbacks, surrounding environment (laneways, reserves etc) .
At this stage it is also ideal to investigate further by looking at your 149(2) planning certificate, sewer diagram and title search to ensure compliance with State Government requirements but more importantly to find any issues that may add to the cost so that it’s clearly covered in your proposal.
We will build your granny flat in your backyard with minimum disturbance to you and your tenant, and in accordance with your selected materials, colours and approved architectural plans.
Initial weeks involve site establishment & installation of foundations, framing, windows, gutters, fascias, eaves & external cladding. Then insulation to the ceiling and walls is installed, waterproofing, kitchen, tiling and plumbing installation.
Final weeks involve shower screen & wardrobe fit out, painting, electrical fit out, final clean and final hand over of project to the owner.
Granny flats may be allowed in several residential zones. Councils determine if granny flats are permissible in the zones which include:
If you have questions about whether your granny flat is allowed in your area, speak to your local council.
The State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009, applies to granny flats built as complying development. If the proposed granny flat does not comply with the development standards, you will need to get development approval from your council. In this instance, council controls apply.
The State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 does not change the application of the BASIX requirements. Read more about how BASIX applies to granny flats and which BASIX tool to use.