When do you need a Site Analysis Survey?

If you are in the early stages of your development project, you may have been told that you need a Site Analysis Survey of your property.

Sometimes, a Site Analysis may also be called a ResCode Survey, Site Description or Site Context Plan.

 

What is a Site Analysis Survey?

A Site Analysis Survey is a survey that captures your property details in addition to the details of properties within a 50-metre radius of the proposed development site.

A Site Analysis Survey will capture and present the following information:

  •  Roof Information of buildings/dwellings.
  • Building/dwelling details and vehicle access points along the street.
  • Fencing types and heights.
  • Building/dwelling setback information.
  • Proximity to nearby public open space, community & recreational facilities, schools, local shops & public transport.
  • Individual house photos.

At Linear Land Surveying, we often conduct a Site Analysis Survey along side a Title Re-establishment Survey and a Feature & Level Survey.

 

Why do I need a Site Analysis Survey?

The information captured in Site Analysis Surveys helps your architect design the development with an accurate understanding of the site.

Correct data in the early design and planning stages can make for a smooth and economical project.

A Site Analysis Survey also ensures your designs fit within local planning guidelines and regulations.

 

When do I need a Site Analysis Survey?

You will require a Site Analysis Survey as part of town planning applications for subdivision.

The Site Analysis Survey helps local councils review the land project and ensure that any proposed development suits the existing neighbourhood character and layout.

A Site Analysis Survey will be required to help you to gain approval from the appropriate authority for your subdivision project.

 

How can we help?

If you need a Site Analysis Survey, Give Sam and team at Linear Land Surveying, (Melbourne land surveyors) a call on 9873 8888, or email survey@linearlandsurveying.com.au for more information and help.

 

The information on this website is intended to be general in nature and is not personalised land development advice. It does not take into account your specific objectives, land development site or financial situation. Before acting on any information, you should consider the appropriateness of the information provided and seek more specific advice from the professional team at Linear Land Surveying.

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