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    Default Using cladding as a fence

    My lovely council in Sydney will not let me remove a wall as part of our reno and replace it with another wall. It's a condition of the DA that we use lightweight fencing.

    I am thinking I can get around this by installing scyon matrix cladding over a fence to get the wall look that I want whilst also keeping council happy!

    Anyone out there tried this or have other ideas for lightweight fencing that looks like a wall?

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    Polystyrene ??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strom View Post
    Polystyrene ??..
    Might fall down if someone kicks a ball against it though!

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    LOL..
    Iam not sure you took me seriously..
    A link to one of many providers is below I have no affiliation to the company..

    Foamfast - Products - fencing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strom View Post
    LOL..
    Iam not sure you took me seriously..
    A link to one of many providers is below I have no affiliation to the company..

    Foamfast - Products - fencing
    I thought you must be joking but you never know

    Thanks for the link, looks like an interesting option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaglemick View Post
    I thought you must be joking but you never know

    Thanks for the link, looks like an interesting option.

    Your council definitely wont be able to argue its not "Lightweight'..

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