Many developers opt for a narrow lot approach when it comes to subdividing the parent lot. The benefit of this format is that each dwelling retains its own individual street front and can contribute to the existing streetscape.
In cases where street access is restricted or not desirable, narrow lots can lend themselves to a rear feeder approach where garage access is via a rear ROW. This is mostly evident in new greenfield estates with lots with a modest frontage (circa 7-8m) that are commonly known as a flute lot.
The main advantage with this lot format is it eliminates the need to allocate valuable land area to accommodate services, vehicular and pedestrian access via common property. This leaves you with more usable land to accommodate the dwelling itself.
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