Subdivision & Feasibility
First things first. Our team of planners, engineers and licenced surveyors will complete a full assessment of your property and provide you with a detailed feasibility report. This includes a subdivision scheme plan design, assessment of the current unitary plan rules, storm water and wastewater reticulation, vehicle access, services, and a project cost estimate.
It's no secret that some of the biggest delays in any project can be of the red-taped variety. Subdivision and land development projects typically require Land Use Consents and Subdivision Consents for the subdivision process, followed by engineering approvals and Building Consents. Our engineering and planning team are experienced at working with Auckland Council to achieve your requirements and will prepare all of the required documentation for the relevant consents. We strive to make this process as streamlined as possible.
After Council consents have been obtained, we can tender the construction phase to get the best price and quality for your site. Site construction generally includes earthworks and the preparation and installation of services, creating access ways, drainage, utilities and often construction of retaining walls.
Before a housing or commercial subdivision can be sold or developed, our surveyors produce a survey plan to show a property's legal boundaries, areas and dimensions. Auckland Council certifies the plan to verify that the requirements have been met and as licenced surveyors we lodged with Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) for approval.
LINZ deposits the survey plan as a legal document, cancels the existing title and issues a new title record for each new piece of land shown on the deposited plan. Once this process has been completed, you are able to sell and develop your new properties.
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