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we have purchased an apartment in a block of four in NSW. It is the top floor apartment. The common property at some point has been divided into exclusive use zones for each apartment. The bottom apartments have benefited from receiving about twice as much land – we don’t know anything about the decision making. The top floor apartment next to us has installed a balcony and recently requested to rebuild it. This was unanimously approved. When we met our new neighbours we mentioned we would like to also have a balcony for use and to match next door. We were informally told they would refuse it.
I am wondering if anyone is aware of any relevant NCAT decisions which relate to a similar issue? Would we have any chance of appealing the ox’s decision?
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