The same has to be produced to the BCA for the plan to get through for the extension of the ‘granny flat’ accordingly (Sawyer, R. N. 1977). The reason for the extension has been specified in the report to the BCA and the amenities provided there in also has been given in details in the report. The extension should not hamper the base of the building and hence the structure has been balanced with the links got through from internal part of the building as well as the external part without affecting the building.
The building when built has to go through the required clauses that are mentioned by the government and the same is for the safety of the inhabitants of the house. The amount of usage of the house, the amount of strong application on the house makes the house healthier to live in. The houses are built with the thought of residing with the solace and this has to be strong enough to protect the visitors as well. The building should stand still for various kinds of risks and calamities that may occur in future and the condition for the same is specified in the clauses given.
The building then built should posses all the amenities and should be free from the hindrances that may be caused to the neighbours as well. Hence, structural and strong building has to be built based on the plan that is executed logically by the resident or the planner. This is important as the residents live to be happy in their house and not cause any commotion or disturbance dues to the building in the area thus built. The other aspect would be the safety measures that needs to be taken while the building and also after the building of the house. These are important for the completion of the house without any hassle.