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Roofing 14, Table of Contents Eaves and window hoods 14. Windows 14, ADDITIONAL REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION 4 Floors 14. External Timber 14, Balustrades sun hoods and privacy screening 14. INTRODUCTION 4 Stairs 15, Fire safety requirements 15. HOUSING TYPES 5 Mechanical Cooling 15, Communal areas 16.
ACCESSIBILITY 5 Weather protection 16, TOWN PLANNING 6. SITE DESIGN 17, DESIGN PRINCIPLES 7 Drainage 17, Access Vehicles and Pedestrians 17. Basic approach 7 Car parking 18, Site responsive dwelling design 7 Letterbox 20. Facing the street or park 7 External Storage 20, Legibility 8 Clothes lines 21. Access to the front door versus private space 8 Private yards 21. Fitting into the Neighbourhood 9 Boundary fencing 21. Individuality variety and scale 9 Retaining walls and garden edging 22. Car Parking and Street Presentation 9 Rubbish bin storage 22. Privacy 9 Bicycle Parking 23, Territoriality 10 Services 24.
Crime Prevention through Environmental Design 10 Hot water systems 24. Equitable Design 11 External taps 24, Personalisation 11. Climatic Design 11, Indoor Outdoor Connection 12, INTERNAL SPACE 25. Planting and turf 12, Innovation and Normality 13 Corridors thresholds and doorways 25. Living and Dining 28, BUILDING DESIGN 14 Covered outdoor living 32. Kitchens 33, Bathroom ensuite toilet 36, Laundry 39.
Bedroom 1 40, Bedrooms 2 3 4 5 41, Storage 42, ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS 43. Lighting 43, Communal lighting 43, Power and antenna outlets 44. National Broadband Network NBN 45, DETAILED REQUIREMENTS 46. Windows and doors 46, Floor finishes 46, Bathroom 46. Kitchen 47, Colour contrast 48, APPENDIX 1 FURNITURE DIMENSIONS 49.
APPENDIX 2 VERSION CONTROL 50, Additional Reference Documentation Introduction. These Design Standards apply in relation to both State owned and. These Design Standards are to be read in conjunction with Provider owned properties to the extent of the State s interest. All relevant building codes and regulations The State seeks to develop well designed and located housing that. Relevant planning schemes and council policies represents value for money for the community Projects should. Department of Housing and Public Works document Product look domestic with design features and finishes avoiding any. Standards Social Housing Dwellings which provides minimum institutional appearance. standards for building products fixtures fittings and other items. typically required in dwellings In principle every dwelling should deliver a variety of qualities. Livable Housing Design Guidelines LHDG as provided on the including. http livablehousingaustralia org au website, Be comfortable pleasant and safe to live in. For other design considerations refer to Be designed to meet its residents needs both current and. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design CPTED future. guidelines located on the Queensland Police website Use its site well and not waste built space or land. These design standards relate to social housing dwellings across Look attractive and fit into its neighbourhood. the state with the exception of, Respect neighbours privacy and amenity. Remote Indigenous communities refer to Design Standards for. Social Housing Remote Indigenous Housing Overlook any adjacent street or parkland opposite to provide. better neighbourhood watch, Supported accommodation projects such as domestic violence. shelters These projects require the development of specific Be well designed for the local climate and not rely substantially. design briefs which support the service delivery model for the upon mechanical cooling or heating systems and. Respond sensitively and creatively to the characteristics of its. If there is an inconsistency between these Design Standards and site. the reference documents listed above the Design Standards shall. apply to the extent of the inconsistency, If there is an inconsistency between these Design Standards and.
the Product Standards these Design Standards shall apply to the. extent of the inconsistency, Housing Types Accessibility. In its early days public housing in Queensland was characterised Features for enhanced mobility are an important component of. by family dwellings and few designs housing The State identifies three levels of mobility features. categorised as, As housing need has diversified and as development locations and. challenges have become more varied the range of housing forms General Level no accessibility features. in the State s housing programs has significantly broadened Livable Housing Design Guidelines LHDG Gold Level. Dwellings may be in the form of houses or apartments attached or developed by Livable Housing Australia with some additional. detached and single double or multiple storey buildings depending requirements. on requirements for adaptability the constraints of the site styles of Livable Housing Design Guidelines LHDG Platinum Level. houses in the area impact on neighbours and appropriate methods developed by Livable Housing Australia with some additional. of construction for the location and type of dwelling requirements. This brief describes the following housing types Apartments Unless otherwise specified by the State 30 of. Social Housing apartments in any new multi unit project must be. Class 1a Houses as defined in the National Construction Code designed to LHDG Platinum Level with all remaining ground floor. NCC and lift served apartments designed to LHDG Gold Level Gold. 2 bedroom duplex or dual occupancy Level and Platinum Level dwellings must be located entirely on an. 4 bedroom detached house accessible level ground or lift served floor and contain the. 5 bedroom detached house additional features outlined in this document. Houses The minimum standard for houses is LHDG Gold Level. Class 2 Apartments as defined in the NCC, The LHDG Platinum Level standard is to be applied in response to. Studio identified portfolio or client need Both LHDG Gold Level and. 1 bedroom and 1 bedroom high yield Platinum Level houses must also contain the additional features. 2 bedroom outlined in this document, Note One bedroom apartments include a multi purpose space for. possible uses such as storage of medical equipment study area. occasional sleeping etc One bedroom high yield apartments do. not contain this additional space, Apartment developments may contain a mix of apartment types.
particularly a mix of 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments and a. mix of features for enhanced mobility, Town planning. Design of projects should consider the objectives of the planning. schemes and comply with planning scheme requirements to the. maximum extent possible, Meeting service delivery requirements may on occasion require. deviation from the planning scheme Any non compliance with the. planning scheme must be supported by good design practice and. address the strategic objectives and performance outcomes of the. planning schemes to the maximum extent possible, Projects should address relevant Council policies such as. provision of footpaths and treatment of the road verge and. Councils requirements for operational activities such as waste. collection, This diagram represents the provision of spaces or zones with. Design Principles changing degrees of privacy and control illustrating the transition. These design principles are ordered to assist the design process from the public realm usually a street to the private territory of the. They begin with a general residential diagram illustrating the design dwelling and its spaces Apartments may achieve the intent if not. approach followed by design principles and finally address more the literal interpretation of this diagram by successfully considering. detailed matters the relationship and transition between public communal and. internal spaces, The order does not imply relative priorities There are many points.
of overlap and interconnection All design issues are important. Sometimes the pursuit of one principle may compromise another. In such cases a shared consideration with the State is required to Site responsive dwelling design. determine the desired priorities in that particular case as laid out in. Individual dwelling designs must respond to and work well in their. the Project Agreement or project initiation brief, individual site situation taking into account climate as well as. neighbourhood context, The repeated use of a single design unrelated to site conditions. Basic approach neighbourhood context orientation group layout etc is. unacceptable, All housing must be consistent with the central principle expressed. in the following diagram, Facing the street or park. In all projects housing adjacent to the street or public realm must. face it both functionally and visually Facing the public realm. encourages and allows neighbourhood watch It is normal for. houses to face the street, Interpreting the diagram Space A represents the road public access.
Space B typically represents the front garden and driveway Space C. represents the dwelling and Space D the back yard, Access to the front door versus private space. On a corner site housing must present well to both street frontages. Visitors must have direct access to the front door without moving. Back to back relationships which do not expose backyards may through private outdoor space or the back yard first The visual. improve security while improving privacy privacy of the private outdoor space and backyard must not be. It is usually less attractive to present the side or back of a dwelling compromised. to the street Only in extreme circumstances should housing present It is important that private external space be as private as possible. its side or back on the public realm and then only as little as. This can also improve security, possible These circumstances must be agreed with the State and. the design of the dwelling must respond appropriately. Legibility, The front doors of houses facing streets must be visible from the. street or clearly signalled by the design of the dwelling It should not. be easy or likely that a visitor or resident will get confused or lost. Legibility is an important contribution to more secure housing As an. element of universal design the way into a group scheme must be. obvious sight lines must be clear along paths and the front doors. of other dwellings must be visible or clearly signalled from shared. pathways by both the built form and its detailing Legibility may. improve community acceptance of denser group housing In apartment or cluster developments access by unwelcome. outsiders through the site must be prevented or the path must be. formalised into a public street relationship, If access becomes formalised into a public street then the housing. must face and overlook it The access has become a frontage to. which the design must respond, Fitting into the Neighbourhood External variations in the appearance of houses may reduce the.
apparent scale of a large or dense project This in turn may improve. Housing must fit in to the neighbourhood and not unduly draw community acceptance of the project. attention to itself, The design must achieve this through form scale variety attention Car Parking and Street Presentation. to detail appearance setbacks and general relationship to the. public realm The street design of housing must not be dominated by car parking. or parking structures Properly located car parking improves the. This principle does not require stylistic imitation of adjoining houses street appearance of the housing and may better preserve the. nor does it require an in your face assertion of a different style pattern and amenity of the neighbourhood streetscape. particularly if it is just for the sake of difference. The access to dwellings that are further into the site must not be. It does require that the project avoid doing things that stands it apart hidden by parking structures. from everyone else in ways associated with lower quality outcomes. Individuality variety and scale The location and design of dwellings must not unreasonably impair. the privacy of neighbouring dwellings either on the same site or on. Housing must not be expressed externally in a standardised way. adjacent sites, Artful and affordable variations in form colour and detailing must be. used to avoid a one design repeated many times impression Ground floor apartments can have private outdoor spaces near side. or rear boundaries the balconies or principal living spaces of upper. For example dwellings which are much smaller than existing. neighbours might be designed into groups that are neither too large level apartments must not be close to or designed to take their. nor too small This should fit more comfortably in the neighbourhood aspect from an adjoining property s private outdoor living areas. context Variations within a street or group development may aid in. its legibility The privacy of the external space of one dwelling must not be. impaired by the location and design of other dwellings in the housing. Careful consideration must be given to the location design and. screening of, Upstairs balcony or certain windows in relation to ground level. courtyards and, Upstairs balcony or certain windows in relation to other upstairs. apartments or balconies, Crime Prevention through Environmental Design.
detached and single double or multiple storey buildings depending on requirements for adaptability the constraints of the site styles of houses in the area impact on neighbours and appropriate methods of construction for the location and type of dwelling This brief describes the following housing types

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