Boundary adjustments are the simplest form of subdivision. Often a change to the legal boundaries may be required to reflect historical fenced boundaries. Other times a boundary adjustment may be used when a land owner has agreed to buy some land from their neighbour.
Although treated as a subdivision, boundary adjustments are usually very straight forward, and often Development Contributions are not payable.
Easements are rights over land. The extents of these rights are required to be defined by survey before they can be registered on your title.
We survey easements for new electricity lines and transformers, rights of way for access, and easements for pipelines.