Straight Line Surveying: Services

By: Straight Line Surveying  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Surveying, Subdivision

Straight Line Surveying (Licensed Cadastral Surveyor) provides expertise in the following areas:

Subdivision of land

The process of subdivision can be somewhat intimidating due to the number of stages, organisations and authorities that must play their part. This is an ongoing trend with an increasingly risk averse approach to development taken by all concerned. Our mission statement at Straight Line Surveying is to, as far as possible: Through good communication, to reduce the mystery and help to make the subdivision process understandable, cost effective and perhaps even enjoyable

  • Scoping (eg will Council’s rules allow it?) and likely costs through the subdivision process. Free first consultation.
  • Preparation of application plan (illustrating the proposal) including consultation with necessary third parties
  • Preparation of report to Council including information that may be required from third parties
  • Respond to Council requests for further information (if needed) and vet and comment on consent conditions
  • Assist client in understanding and complying with consent conditions
  • Provide engineering design and certification for shared driveways (Rights of Way) where applicable
  • Carry out field survey of the new boundaries, calculations, prepare and QA the legal plan
Boundary redefinitions

Councils frequently require boundary pegs to be re-established in the event of new building and development projects. While there are a number of providers available for this service, only Licensed Cadastral Surveyors such as Straight Line Surveying have the authority to place and guarantee the correctness of these pegs.

Site surveys and ‘as built’ plans

Councils frequently require boundary pegs to be re-established in the event of new building and development projects. While there are a number of providers available for this service, only Licensed Cadastral Surveyors such as Straight Line Surveying have the authority to place and guarantee the correctness of these pegs.

Keywords: Subdivision, Surveying