Status report and what’s next:

Operational works aspects of the project including the building of retaining walls, street kerbing & pavement, lot services, and finished levels will soon be complete.

As-constructed data for these works will be supplied to Surveyors Co. for analysis together with the pertinent conditions of the Development Approval (DA).

Spatially accurate creation of easement data to cover these secondary rights, like water and access for example, will then be uploaded for survey as the new lots are pegged.
Surveyors Co. data analysis also includes comparison against original lot calculations of the estate to confirm spatial extents of disclosure plans and sales contracts.

Checking and finalising the digital survey boundary model by applying DA conditions and as-constructed information for such rights like easements is an important aspect of final survey plan creation.

When pegging is complete, the next step is creating the survey plan.   The plan must be in registerable form for DA condition compliance, plan sealing, and ultimately titles registration at Titles Queensland.

Surveyors Co., as the project’s Consulting Surveyor, helps deliver the subdivision project by working and liaising with other members of the project’s development team.  
This multi-disciplinary team of 3rd party specialist consultants include: surveyors, accountants, lawyers, engineers, landscape architects, town planners, earthworks and civil contractors, services providers, and other specialist development managers. 

In Queensland, the process of creating lots where people live is very regulated and requires the team to perform with high levels of repour, professionalism and skill for the client to achieve success and create outstanding results.

Greenwattle Grove Project allows us to do what is important to us, CREATE OUTSTANDING