Swanbourne Design Guidelines A




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feature stone and limestone





  • small areas of feature face brickwork




  • recycled, plantation or sustainable harvested timber




  • metal elements and details.

The use of alternative materials will be considered and approved on aesthetic and functional merits.




e) Outdoor living area

  • The size, orientation and location of the principal outdoor living area shall relate to at least one living area within the dwelling (other than a bedroom) by being accessible and visible from the interior. One useable outdoor area is preferred as opposed to many smaller areas unsuitable for outdoor activities.




  • The outdoor living area shall be located on the Lot to receive winter sunlight (refer to Precinct DAPs).




  • Consideration should be given to access for daylight, air circulation and privacy.



f) Fences and letterbox

Unless a fence is provided by Mirvac, for all Lots in Precincts 1 to 5 and 9, the following requirements apply (refer also to fence notes on the next page):



Precinct 1, Lots 1 to 7

Dividing fence:

Timber lap only (not pine lap) up to 1.8m maximum height. The fence shall follow the slope of the land.



Secondary street fence for Lot 7:

To match Mirvac’s Estate fence (dividing lots 1 to 7 and the northern POS)


Lot 1 and Lot 61 dividing fence:

Timber lap (not pine lap) or rendered and painted fence in colours to match the dwelling. The fence is permitted to be 1.8m maximum height.



Any front fence:

As fence notes 1 and 2



Precinct 2, Lots 8 to 12

Dividing fence:

As fence note 3



Side street fence for Lots 8 and 9:

To match Mirvac’s Estate fence (dividing lots 11 and 12 and the western POS).


Side street fence for Lots 11 and 12:

To match Mirvac’s Estate fence (dividing lots 11 and 12 and the western POS).



Rear fence for Lot 10:

The fence shall be 1.8m maximum height (excluding any retaining wall on which the fence is constructed) and match the detailing of Mirvac’s Estate fence (dividing lots 11 and 12 and the western POS).


Any front fence:

To match Mirvac’s Estate fence (dividing lots 11 and 12 and the western POS).

The specification for a Mirvac Estate fence, and a list of suggested suppliers and installers is available from Mirvac. The proposed fence design shall be submitted to Mirvac for consideration and approval prior to construction.


Precinct 3, Lots 13 to 40

Dividing fence:

As fence note 3


Secondary street fence:

As fence note 4



Any front fence:

Precinct 4, Lots 41 to 47

Dividing fence:

As fence note 3


Any front fence:

As fence notes 1 and 2




Precinct 5, Lots 48 to 51

Dividing fence:

As fence note 3


Any front fence:

As fence notes 1 and 2



As fence notes 1 and 2

Precinct 9, Lots 61 to 63

Any fence facing the street reserve shall be maximum 1.8m height (excluding any retaining wall on which the fence is constructed). The fence shall match the design and quality of the existing solid and visually permeable Estate fence installed by Mirvac where it faces a Public Open Space.


The specification for a Mirvac fence, and a list of suggested suppliers and installers is available from Mirvac. The proposed fence design shall be submitted to Mirvac for consideration and approval prior to construction.

Fence notes:

  1. Any front fence facing the primary street including any corner truncation, and 4m minimum along any secondary street shall be 1.1m maximum height (excluding any retaining wall on which the fence is constructed). The fence shall be constructed in materials, colours and style to match and complement the dwelling.




  1. Any fence in front of the dwelling and dividing Lots shall be 1.1m maximum height (excluding any retaining wall on which the fence is constructed). The fence shall be constructed in materials, colours and style to match and complement the dwelling.




  1. The fence behind the front setback and dividing Lots shall be at a nominal height of 1.8m maximum (excluding any retaining wall on which the fence is constructed). The fence shall be constructed in materials, colours and style to match and complement the dwelling.




  1. The side fence facing the secondary street shall commence 4m minimum from the Lot’s corner truncation and shall be 1.8m maximum height (excluding any retaining wall on which the fence is constructed). The fence shall be constructed with a minimum of three equally spaced visually permeable infill panels installed above 1.1m height. The fence shall be constructed in materials and colours to complement the dwelling and public reserve.

The panels shall be typically 2m minimum in length, or to suit the fence length, and may consist, for example, of decorative ironwork, vertical railings or jarrah slats to complement the design of the dwelling and to add interest to the public reserve.

Fibrous cement (i.e. Supersix), corrugated metal sheeting (i.e. Colorbond), and timber pinelap fences are not permitted in this development.

Letterbox

The letterbox shall be incorporated into the design of any front fence or, if freestanding, constructed in materials and colours to match and complement the dwelling. Australia Post’s delivery requirements should be met.



Proposed and existing retaining walls

The dimensions and positions of all proposed retaining walls that are visible from public areas shall be provided to the Developer as part of the building endorsement process, and to the City of Nedlands with the application for a Development Approval.


Any new retaining walls shall be constructed in the same materials and colours as the existing retaining walls built by the Developer; any alternative design may be considered for approval. Copies of the engineering criteria for the existing retaining walls can be obtained from the Developer or the City of Nedlands.
No existing retaining wall or fence installed by the Developer shall be altered without first applying for and obtaining written approval from the Developer.


g

) Landscape



Careful consideration shall be given to the design of the open space on the Lot and the useable outdoor living area - whether a mostly paved courtyard, elevated timber deck or larger garden with some lawn area. The landscape design should minimise water use and include appropriate structures or planting that assist with providing shade in summer and solar access in winter. (Refer also to the section on Environmental Performance)
Where verges are reticulated prior to purchase, they are to be maintained by the adjoining lot owner. On lots where the verge is not reticulated prior to purchase, the adjoining lot owner shall provide reticulation to the verge as part of the landscaping work and continue to maintain the verge area.
The following is a list of recommended plant species suited to the Swanbourne development:

Tree selection
Botanical name Common name Mature ht (m) Form

Acacia rostellifera Summer-scented Wattle 5 shrub/tree

Agonis flexuosa Peppermint to 10 tree

Allocasuarina fraseriana WA Sheoak 5 to 15 tree

Arbutus unedo Irish Strawberry Tree 5 to 6 tree or shrub

Banksia attenuata Slender Banksia to 10 tree or shrub

Callitris preissii Rottnest Island Cypress to 10 tree or shrub

Citris sp. Lemon/ Orange Trees 5 to 6 tree

Dracaena draco Dragon's-blood Tree 6 to 10 tree

Eucalyptus caesia Silver Princess 5 to 10 tree

Eucalyptus erythrocorys Illyarrie 6 to 8 tree

Eucalyptus ficifolia Red Flowering Gum to 15 tree

Eucalyptus macrocarpa Mottlecah 4 to 5 tree

Eucalyptus torquata Coral Gum 6 to 10 tree

Eucalyptus utilis (syn. platypus) Coastal Moort  5 to 10 tree

Hakea laurina Pincushion Hakea 2 to 6 tree

Laurus nobilis Bay Tree 10 to 15 tree

Melaleuca lanceolata Rottnest Tea Tree 5 tree

Melaleuca nesophila Showey Honey Myrtle 4 to 5 tree

Metrosideros excelsa New Zealand Christmas tree 5 to 7 tree

Olea europea Olive 4 to 5 tree

Pittosporum phylliraeoides Native Willow 4 tree

Shrub selection
Botanical name Common name Matuer ht (m) Form

Adenanthos sericeus Coastal Woolly Bush 3 shrub

Anigizanthos sp. Kangaroo Paws 0.5 to 2 shrub

Agonis flexuosa 'nana' Dwarf Peppermint 0.5 to 2 shrub

Calothamnus quadrifidus One-sided Bottlebrush 3 shrub

Coprosma repens Mirror Bush 2 to 4 tree or shrub

Cordyline australis Cabbage Tree 1 to 4 tree or shrub

Diplolaena dampieri Southern Diplolaena 2 shrub

Diplopeltis huegelii var huegelii  0.5 to 1 shrub

Eremophila glabra Tar Bush 1.5 shrub

Exocarpus sparteus Broom Ballart 3 shrub

Frankenia pauciflora Seaheath 0.5 shrub

Gahnia trifida Coast Saw-sedge 1.5 shrub

Grevillea crithmifolia   1.5 shrub

Grevillea olivacea Olive grevillea 1.5 shrub

Grevillea preissii Marriott 0.5 shrub

Gyrostemon ramulosus Corkybark 0.5–5 tree or shrub

Hibbertia subvaginata   1 shrub

Hibbertia spicata subsp leptotheca  0.5 shrub

Lavatera plebia Australian Hollyhock 2 shrub

Lechenaultia linarioides Yellow Leschenaultia 0.5 shrub

Leucopogon parviflorus Coast Beard Heath 2.5 shrub

Lomandra longifolia Spiny headed mat rush 0.5-1 shrub

Lomandra 'Tanika'   0.5-1 shrub

Macropidia fuliginosa Black paw 1.5 shrub

Melalueca cardiophylla Tangling Melaleuca 0.5 – 2 shrub

Melaleuca huegelii   3 shrub

Melalueca systena   0.5 – 2 shrub

Myoporum insulare Blueberry Tree 0.2 – 5 shrub

Phormium tenax Flax 1 to 2 shrub

Phyllanthus calycinus False Boronia 0.5 shrub

Pimelea calcicola   0.5 – 1 shrub

Pimelea rosea Magenta Mist' 1 shrub

Scaevola crassifoia Thick-leaved Fan-flower 0.1 – 1.5 shrub

Spyridium globulosum Basket Bush 0.5 – 5 shrub

Templetonia retusa Cockies Toungue 0.3 -4 shrub

Westringia 'Jervis Gem'   1 shrub

Westringia fruticosa Coastal Rosemary 1 shrub

Westringia dampieri   1 shrub

Xanthorrhoea preissii Grass Tree 4 to 6 tree or shrub

Yucca elephantipes Soft-tipped Yucca 3 tree or shrub


Ground cover selection
Botanical name Common name Mature ht (m) Form

Adenanthos cuneatus 'Coral Carpet' 0.3 groundcover

Brachyscome iberidifolia Swan River Daisy 0.4 groundcover

Carpobrotus virescens Pigface 0.3 groundcover

Clematis microphylla Old Mans Beard 0.5 groundcover

Conostylis candicans Grey Cottonhead 0.5 groundcover

Dianella 'Little Rev'   0.5 groundcover

Eremophila glabra 'Kalbarri Carpet' 0.5 to 1 groundcover

Ficinia nodosa (syn. Isolepis nodosa) Knotted club rush 0.5 groundcover

Gazania 'Buccaneer'   0.3 groundcover

Grevillea crithmifolia   1.5 groundcover

Hardenbergia comptoniana Native Wisteria 0.3 climber

Hemiandra pungens Snakebush 0.5 groundcover

Juniperus conferta Shore Juniper 0.5 groundcover

Kennedia prostrata Running postman 0.2 groundcover

Lepidosperma gladiatum Coast Sword Sedge 0.5 - 1.5 groundcover

Leucophyta brownii 'Canal Rocks' 0.5 to 1 groundcover

Lomandra maritima Matrush 0.5 groundcover

Orthrosanthus laxus Morning Iris 0.5 groundcover

Patersonia occidentalis   0.5 groundcover

Scaevola anchusifolia Silky Scaevola 0.5 groundcover

Scaevola crassifolia Thick-leaved Fan-flower 0.5 to 1.5 groundcover

Schoenia filifolia ssp. subulifolia Showy Everlasting 0.4 groundcover

Sollya heterophylla Blue-bell creeper 0.3 creeper

Verticordia chrysantha   0.6 groundcover

Viola hederacea Native Violet 0.2 groundcover

Prepared by Blackwell & Associates




  1. Driveway

Driveway finishes shall complement the materials and colours of the dwelling and landscape design and be segmented to allow surface water to permeate. Approved finishes are:


  • Masonry or clay paving




  • Precast pavers

Alternative finishes are subject to the SDC’s consideration and approval.



Existing paths constructed by Mirvac shall not be altered in any way. Any damage caused to existing paths shall be repaired at the expense of the lot owner to match the existing colour and material. Design specifications are available from Mirvac.

SERVICES
The following points outline the final details that need to be considered when designing your home. These elements include pipes, TV antennae, wiring, air conditioners, drainage systems and storage areas.
These Design Guidelines establish the best way to locate items that are essential for everyday living, but may not contribute to an appealing environment. To create an attractive development we have outlined ways in which such items can be concealed or positioned in a non-intrusive way.



  1. Services

  • All pipes, wired services, clothes drying areas, hot water storage tanks and such items shall be concealed on the Lot, and shall not be seen from anywhere in the public realm.




  • Meter boxes shall be located in the least obtrusive location from public view.




  • TV antennae, satellite dishes and radio masts shall not be seen from the primary or secondary streets. These items shall be located where they are in the least obtrusive location from the neighbour’s property (for example, located at the rear of the roof and below the roof ridge level away from the neighbour’s outdoor living area).




  • Roof and wall mounted air conditioning units are not permitted unless fully concealed from public view.




  • Refer to the section on Environmental Performance for mandatory requirements on passive solar and energy efficiency measures.


b) Stormwater

  • Stormwater shall be collected within the Lot.



c) Waste and recycling

  • Waste bin/s shall be stored and concealed from public view on the Lot.




  • Provision shall be made for the appropriate number of bin pads (in accordance with City of Nedlands’ standard waste and recycling system requirements).



d) Storage

  • Each dwelling in Precincts 1 to 5 shall include a secure store area (minimum 4sqm) that is integrated into the dwelling or the garage.




  • Commercial vehicles, including caravans, boats, trailers etc. shall not be parked or stored on the Lot unless enclosed within a garage or fully screened from public view.




APPENDIX 1: PRECINCT PLAN AND DETAILED AREA PLANS




Sheet 1: Precinct 1, Lots 1 to 7 and Precinct 2, Lots 8 to 12


Sheet 2: Precinct 3, Lots 13 to 40


Sheet 3: Precinct 4, Lots 41 to 47



Sheet 4: Precinct 5, Lots 48 to 51


Sheet 5: Precinct 9, Lots 62 to 64


Sheet 5: Precinct 9, Lots 62 to 64 continued



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