I bought land in a new estate that had extensive covenants covering the type of houses and surroundings required. The Developer required that all building plans & elevations be submitted to them for approval prior to commencing construction. One of the covenants provides " In order to prevent the inadvertent incidence of similar dwellings in close proximity of each other, the Developer requires that at least 200 metres separation between dwellings of generally similar appearance takes place". I believe that the Developer has approved (duplex) dwellings of similar appearance to be built within the 200 metre exclusion zone described above. I wrote to the Developer with my concerns and received the following reply: Quote Thank you for your email. I noted that construction of the dwellings are not completed. I will revisit this matter once they are. Quote This bizarre reply defies the approval process. It appears that the Developer is relying solely on the difference in the facades of the dwellings in that they have different shaped windows & doors. The floor plans of these dwellings are almost identical - only the facade has been modified - but, in my opinion, not enough, as they are of SIMILAR APPEARANCE. What recourse do I have under Property Law?