A fundamental aspect of owning a property is to know where the legal boundaries of the parcel of land are. Without clear boundary lines, issues such as neighbor disputes can arise. At the point when there are clashing perspectives, or in order to avoid any future issues regarding boundary lines landowners may need to commission a boundary survey.
A boundary survey may also be required to assist in design purposes and in order to assist in satisfying Council requirements regarding illegal building works.
A boundary survey provides the client with a clear, visual and most importantly accurate understanding of where the legal boundary limits of their parcel of land are. In compliance with NSW regulations, all boundary surveys include a sketch signed by a Registered Surveyor showing the location of the boundaries and the location of the physical marks placed along the boundary onsite.
The cost of a boundary survey is dependent upon the following:
Carrying out a boundary survey is a methodical and detailed process, which includes:
There are a number of situations that require a boundary survey, some examples are:
Conducting a boundary survey helps in the long-term and offers peace of mind that you are legally constructing within your own property. While this article is meant to give you a general guideline, it would be advisable to make decisions based on your own research as per your individual situation.
C&A Surveyors is an established name among land surveyors and the building industry within Sydney, operating in the Greater Sydney region. Their clients can expect a dedicated one-point contact who will seamlessly manage the project and be onsite within 48 hours. Please visit www.candasurveyors.com.au for more information.