Title(Cadastral) Boundary Surveys also known as Boundary Surveys, Property Survey or Title Survey
It’s a common assumption that boundary fences are correctly located. It’s also a common oversight to go ahead without a title survey. Fencing encroachments occur when fences are in the wrong positions. If this is the case they may adversely affect the ability to develop the land and potentially create grounds for litigation between neighbours.
The accurate definition of the title boundary of a property is fundamental to the protection of the rights of the property owner and to those of the adjoining neighbours. Almost every activity involving development on or near the title boundaries of a property should be preceded by a survey to define those boundaries on the ground and to identify any potential problems.
Our Cadastral Title Boundary Survey services include:
This type of survey shows the location of man-made and natural features on the land. The information collected by a Feature Survey is utilised by Architects, Building Designers, Civil Engineers, Town Planners, Landscape Designers, Environment Engineers and others in the design and analysis of land for future developments.
Our Feature Survey services include: