Property addresses should be sequential and unique. When entering from the adjoining road, odd numbers are on the left-hand side of the road and even numbers on the right.
Numerical preferences are not taken into consideration when allocating numbers, and all numbers can potentially be issued (e.g. #4 and #13 will be allocated).
On corner properties, the allocated number will depend on where the driveway access is located, however Council will endeavour to retain a number for each frontage to allow for future use or redevelopment.
If subdivision results in whole numbers not being available, alphabetical suffixes starting at A are able to be assigned incrementally but shall not extend beyond E.
Where six or more address sites exist off a single access way then the access way shall be named.
If a subdivision takes place which increases the number of address sites to six or more on the same access way, then the access way shall be named as part of that subdivision. The road name will then apply to all new and existing address sites on the right-of-way, with appropriate sequential numbering allocated as part of the subdivision process.