What does a Surveyor do?



Surveyor are involved in many aspects of development. 



Cadastral Surveyors are registered with the Surveyors Board to undertake surveys in relation to title boundaries.  Cadastral Surveyors are the experts in relation to the requirements and consequences of reconfiguring title boundaries.  Town planning approval is only part of the process.  All the State Laws in relation to the boundary reconfiguration also need to be navigated such as the Land Act, Land Title Act, Body Corporate, Community management Act, Survey Mapping Infrastructure Act, etc.


Land Surveyors are important in relation to spatially positioning features and structures on site.


Land Surveyors can assist with the reinstatement of your property boundaries, locating and setting out buildings, contours and detail surveys, building height calculations, lease surveys, civil construction and mining surveys.


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