August, 2015

Existing Conditions Surveys

Existing Conditions Surveys

An Existing Conditions Survey (also known as a site and context plan, or a level and feature survey) is often needed when any planning or design works takes place on a property, road, or other infrastructure. These surveys provide accurate information on the site including the location of features (buildings, vegetation, fences etc.), the slope […]

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Planning a subdivision? You will need a Licensed Land Surveyor

Planning a subdivision? You will need a Licensed Land Surveyor

Licensed Surveyors are¬†authorised to perform cadastral (title) surveys If you are planning a subdivision you will need a Licensed Land Surveyor to assist in the process.¬† A Licensed Surveyor is the only person authorised to perform cadastral (title) surveys to define property boundaries and involves interpreting and advising on boundary locations, on the status of […]

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Surveying for Town Planning Applications

Surveying for Town Planning Applications

When you are proposing to build, renovate, development, subdivide, change the land use, a planning permit is often required. These planning permits are lodged with the relevant local governments and are assessed against what the land is zoned, permitted land uses, overlays, municipal strategic statements and various other planning documents available through the Department of […]

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Set out Surveys for construction, engineering, and development

Set out Surveys for construction, engineering, and development

Often when any new, improved, or upgraded development (building, road, oval, bridge etc.) is to be constructed, the exact locations of these works are required to be set out by a surveyor. They can be as simple as setting out a reference line to allow builders to position the building but often these days with […]

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