Frasers Property engages local architect, Julie Harrold, to act as an independent design assessor to ensure building designs comply with the Design Guidelines and Local Development Plan and to ensure the high standard of homes at Port Coogee is maintained. All building plans are required to be reviewed by Julie Harrold prior to being sent to the City of Cockburn for approval and can be emailed directly to her at email@example.com.
Electricity: Your distributor is Western Power. Your builder will contact them to arrange supply and after your build is complete, you will be able to contact a Retail Service Provider to arrange accounts in your name.
Gas: Your distributor is ATCO. Your builder will contact them to arrange supply and after your build is complete, you will be able to contact a Retail Service Provider to arrange accounts in your name.
Internet: Your builder is required to install the necessary wiring and pathways within your home in preparation for connection to the NBN network. The full specification may be accessed here.
Both your internet and landline phone service will be delivered over the NBN network vian NBN's premium fibre to the premises (FTTP) product. This provides NBN fibre all the way to your home with access to fast and reliable broadband services via your chosen retail service provider. The full list of providers can be found here.
Council Rates: These are issued by The City of Cockburn. There are a variety of options to pay rates such as annually, quarterly etc. To set up electronic payments, visit: City of Cockburn RATES.
Water Rates: Your distributor will be Water Corporation. Your builder will contact them to arrange supply.
Non-Potable Water (Purple Pipe): Frasers Property Australia have installed a non-potable water supply system which provides water for garden irrigation purposes. Connection to the scheme can be arranged through the City of Cockburn. To complete the Port Coogee Non-Potable Water Supply Application Form click here.
Uniform Fencing: All fencing must comply with the Design Guidelines. Any fencing that has been constructed within the Port Coogee development, must be maintained and cannot be modified, replaced, damaged or removed.
Dividing Fence: Any costs associated with the erection of dividing fences between lots, are to be managed in accordance with the Dividing Fences Act 1961 WA.
It's important to note that after the land is titled, it is the builder/owner’s responsibility to confirm levels, as we cannot guarantee that levels have not been altered post titling of the land.
Any retaining walls that are located on your lot are required to be maintained by the lot owner from the date of settlement of the land.