A detail survey is most commonly used as an initial survey for the purposes of a development application. Examples in which a detail survey would be required, are a knockdown rebuild, granny flat, house extension, swimming pool, landscaping and garage addition.
A Boundary definition is where we find the underlying plans that relate to the definition of a property. These plans show information required to accurately position the boundary corners of a lot.
A boundary marking is a boundary definition survey where we mark the boundary corners and provide a plan showing what we have marked. This allows you to see on the ground where the extent of your property is.
Once a construction certificate has been granted for a new house, house extension, granny flat, garage or swimming pool application, a house set out survey will be required to accurately mark out the proposed new works in relation to boundaries.
An identification survey identifies existing buildings and improvements on a block of land, as well and any limitation from the title. It is recommended to have an ident survey done prior to purchasing a property, to protect against any potential disputes.
The final occupation survey is one requirement to gain your occupation certificate on the completion of new works.