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Sales Information

Please find our sales documents below including our Housing Development Guides. 
 

Housing Development Guides

The Housing Development Guides have been updated for Whitlam. The updates outline new information regarding the contours of some blocks which are different than originally published.

If you have any question relating to this revised document please email us at landsales@act.gov.au or give us a call on 1800 777 952.

Your home must be designed in accordance with these guidelines. These guides contain information of the blocks within the estate and block specific requirements for each block. This includes block details plans which include contours and block fill plans. View the Housing Development Guides by clicking on the links below. 
 
Block Details Plans
This plan shows contours, easements and other information related to specific blocks of land. Each block has a ‘block number’ and a ‘section number’, which allows it to be uniquely identified compared to all the other blocks in the suburb. Your block number is not the same as your street number. The Block Details Plan is available from the Suburban Land Agency.
 

Block Fill Plans

This plan shows the amount of cut and fill (measured in metres) for different blocks of land. This is important for understanding what is in the ground on your block. The Block Fill Plan is available from the Suburban Land Agency.
 

Deposited Plans 

The Deposited Plan means the plan relating to the land and registered under Section 7 of the Districts Act 2002 (ACT). This defines the legal boundaries of land and often records subdivisions and easements. You can find your deposited plan by contacting Access Canberra. View the Deposited Plans by clicking on the links below.
 

Whitlam Verge Bond refund form

As part of the construction of your new home, you are required to protect the verge assets during construction and make good any damage upon completion of your landscape works. The verge includes the area forward of your property boundary line to the kerb and gutter. To ensure the verges are returned to their original state post construction, a $1000 bond was required at the time of settlement. Within six months of receiving your certificate of occupancy and no later than 30 months after settlement of your block, and once the verge is returned back to its original and established condition, the bond can be reimbursed to you via the application form. Don’t forget to keep your verge protected and complete your Whitlam Verge Bond application form. Please contact the Suburban Land Agency on 02 6205 0600 if you have any questions.

Sales documents

March 2023 release

March 2022 release

Whitlam Ballot March 2022 - Final sales results

February 2021 release

October 2020 release

Commercial Land For Sale

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