Combined detail and identification survey
Combined detail and ID survey
This survey type involves a qualified surveyor visiting the site to verify survey information. This clarifies the boundaries, locates the exact existing building position relative to the boundaries and identifies any encroachments or irregularities. Once this is complete, the surveyor captures reduced levels (RLs), easements, property dimensions, substantial trees and other above ground features together with the adjoining properties as well as street information.
At the completion, you will be given two survey plans:
1. A detail and level survey
2. Identification (ID) survey
Architects and/or designers usually require these to begin detailed design for a Development Application (DA) or Complying Development Certificate (CDC) application.
This survey type is most useful with projects that involve additions very close to the boundary and/or proposed building works in inner city areas where boundary locations are uncertain.
This survey type is also helpful when lodging a Building Information Certificate (BIC) in instances where unauthorised works have taken place, and further building works are proposed.
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