Plan of consolidation

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What is a plan of consolidation?

A plan of consolidation is a requirement when two or more lots are being legally combined into one lot under one Certificate of Title. This plan re-maps the lots to make it one large property.
Consolidation plans do not require Council approval however it is often a development consent condition prior to construction commencement.

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    Why do you need a plan of consolidation?

    A plan of consolidation is required to be prepared by a Registered Surveyor for registration at Land Registry Services to legally combine two or more lots into one lot.


    What can C&A Surveyors do for you?

    C&A Surveyors is fully insured and have Registered Surveyors employed to carry out and sign your plan of consolidation. We pride ourselves on our three tier quality control process and providing exceptional customer service to all our clients.

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      More information about a plan of consolidation

      The Registered Surveyor will attend site to obtain extensive survey information and use existing Deposited Plans and State Survey Marks to prepare this plan. The plan will need to be submitted to your mortgagee for their endorsement prior to submission to Land Registry Services.

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