Te Whāriki Subdivision
This 350-Lot subdivision in Lincoln required numerous challenges to be addressed during the design and construction phases, and offers residents more than just a home.
The Fraser Thomas team have been providing these services for over 50 years within the Auckland and Northland regions. We pride ourselves in providing a service which is completed in a timely manner and within budget to ensure that we add value to whatever project we are working on.
A Topographical Survey is a survey of the ground levels and significant features on a site. From this field information, we produce a plan showing such things as ground levels, contours, buildings, services, legal boundaries, trees and any other features relevant to the future development of the site.
This information is used for any engineering design required and the plan forms the basis of the scheme plan showing the proposed subdivision. The scheme plan is submitted to Council as part of the resource consent application. If the project included proposed new dwellings, the topographical survey is used by the architectural designer to prepare plans.
Cadastral Surveys establish and re-establish real property boundaries. It is an important component of the legal creation of properties. Cadastral title plans show a property’s legal boundaries, area and dimensions.
The title sheet of a cadastral survey plan shows the plan deposited when the title was created. This could be a simple plan of the property’s boundaries, area and dimensions, a detailed survey plan or a combination of both.
Engineering Surveys are done after a work is completed to prove that the positions are correct, these include: