There are some special provisions for developments on a Mr Fluffy block, which may impact any development application (DA).
Is your block eligible for dual occupancy or unit titling?
Some surrendered Mr Fluffy blocks allow dual occupancy and unit titling where it would be otherwise prohibited.
Not all Mr Fluffy blocks are surrendered blocks. The block must have been surrendered under the Loose Fill Asbestos Insulation Eradication Scheme Buyback Program and put on the Affected Residential Premises Register.
The special provisions and development rules are explained in the Special provisions for Mr Fluffy blocks (surrendered blocks) fact sheet (PDF 116KB).
How to search for homes that were part of the asbestos removal program
In some circumstances, you may need to find out if a home was part of the asbestos removal program.
Find out how at the Asbestos Response Taskforce website.
Essential work at a property affected by loose-fill asbestos insulation
You may need advice about the type of development and building work that is considered essential and can be undertaken at residential premises affected by loose fill asbestos insulation.
Note, Mr Fluffy ceased operating in the ACT between 1978 and 1979.
Find out more at the Asbestos Response Taskforce website.
Contact us for more information.