An Identification Survey determines the position of structures on a property in relation to the boundaries. This type of survey is certified by a Registered Surveyor and is usually required in a contract of sale.
Here is an example of an Identification Survey plan completed by one of our Registered Surveyors. We will also provide you with a written report identifing your boundaries.
Peg Out Surveys use pegs or markers to determine boundaries or to peg out four corners of a property or structure. A Peg Out Survey is used when installing a new fence, a driveway, or even to peg out a granny flat or garage.
Section 88B Conveyancing Act 1919 enables the creation and release of affecting interests (only easements and profits à prendre may be released) upon the registration of the plan. The Plan must be accompanied by a section 88B instrument in accordance with clause 29(3) Conveyancing (General) Regulation 2013.
We understand that you may have a few questions about your Residential Property Survey. We are here to help and are happy to chat to you and discuss your project before you decide next steps. We will provide you with the most suitable and cost-effective solution.
Yes, we can survey and produce an elevation plan at your request. These plans will show a front and or side view of the building from a specific direction, i.e. building as viewed from the street or side of the property.
Simply request this survey when you speak to our Residential Survey Manager.
Geosurv have a dedicated 3D Survey and Modelling team consisting of surveyors and expert modelling engineers. We can survey your property with our state of the art 3D technology and produce a 3D mesh or TIN file used for surface modelling.