(1) This regulation applies to the construction of—
(a) a wall of a building constructed on or within 200 mm of a side or rear boundary of an allotment; or
(b) a carport constructed on or within 1 m of a side or rear boundary of an allotment and which is open on the side facing the boundary or boundaries.
(a) an allotment is in a zone of a planning scheme specified in Schedule 6; and
(b) a schedule to that zone specifies the maximum length of the wall, or of the carport, or of the wall and carport, or the maximum of any of those lengths combined with the length of any existing wall or carport—
that length must not exceed any such maximum length specified in that schedule.
(3) If subregulation (2) does not apply, the length of the wall, or of the carport, or of the wall and carport, or any of those lengths combined with the length of any existing wall or carport, must not exceed the greater of the following—
(a) the length of any existing wall or carport constructed on an adjoining allotment, which is within 200 mm of the boundary of that allotment, if the proposed construction abuts the existing wall or carport;
(b) 10 m plus 25% of the remaining length of the boundary of the adjoining allotment, in any other case.
(4) The wall or carport must not exceed—
(a) an average height of 3·2 m where the average is calculated after excluding any length that is less than 2 m in height; and
(b) a maximum height of 3·6 m.
(5) Despite subregulation (4), if the wall or carport abuts an existing wall or carport it may be constructed to the same height as that wall or carport.
(6) The report and consent of the relevant council must be obtained to an application for a building permit in relation to a design that does not comply with this regulation.