FEATURES AND LEVELS
CREATION & REMOVAL OF EASEMENTS
ADVERSE POSSESSION APPLICATIONS
LAND AND BUILDING SUBDIVISION
AHD FLOOD LEVEL EVALUATION
NEIGHBOURHOOD & SITE DESCRIPTION PLANS FOR DEVELOPMENT PERMITS
Are you searching for a team of experienced and conscientious surveyors near Malvern? Since 1998, Brian Watson Surveying has been serving the local community, and with premises in Malvern East, our friendly and reliable surveying team are just around the corner.
We have built our reputation by listening closely to each client’s requirements, and by providing the accurate and detailed plans and documentation that helps the entire planning and submission process to run more smoothly.
- Title re-establishment for existing boundaries
- Consolidations for multiple lots
- Creation and removal of easements
- Adverse possession applications
- Land and building subdivision
- Features and levels (contour) survey
- AHD (Australian height datum) flood level evaluation
- Neighbourhood and site description plans for development permits
Talk to us today about your requirements, and our team will work to give you the prompt and efficient solution that will help resolve any issues or get your next project underway as soon as possible.
Land Surveying and Subdivisions or Consolidations for Multiple Lots in Malvern
Architects, civil engineers, property owners, and draftspeople all rely on plans that are the result of accurate land surveying. Malvern locals can call on our team when making plans for their own property, or for a new development.
We also provide the groundwork for subdivision and consolidation plans. Both will follow a similar process. First, we will carry out the features and levels survey, and the title re-establishment that together comprise the initial site survey. Then we will prepare the plan of subdivision and town planning reports. We then submit all documentation to your local council, and handle the ongoing correspondence with the council and other relevant authorities. We will forward all pertinent documentation to you, and send the council certified documents to your conveyancer or solicitor, ready to be lodged so that the subdivision can be registered and the new subdivided titles issued.