We have vast experience in rural subdivisions, and have local, experienced people in
Bay of Plenty, Waikato and Coromandel regions who can help you with your project. Our unique approach
will help you make an informed decision, provide peace of mind, add value and
save you time in the process.
If you have unused land or need to sell some to keep the bank manager happy, we may be able to help.
Sometimes the subdivision rules allow you to sell off land or adjust your boundaries with a neighbour, but it is not always straightforward. We are experienced in this work.
A subdivision requires a Resource Consent from Council. This is where we can save you the pain – if you have ever tried to get a consent from Council you will understand! There is a book of rules an inch thick and Council generally require a professional to certify that all their rules have been met. We have the knowledge and years of experience to manage the entire process for you, take all the stress away and obtain a good approval.
We have completed hundreds of these applications and know what information is required. We can prepare accurate plans and assessments of environmental effects to support the proposal. A well prepared application can most often secure the most favourable conditions. To request more information on this service, please use our enquiry form.
We don’t just do what you ask, we consider the longer-term implications and strive to protect your asset. In addition to obtaining consent, we assist you by arranging for all the service connections and construction that needs to take place to complete a subdivision and then carry out legal surveying for titles.
Learn more about our subdividing your rural land
The subdivision process is not for the fainthearted. It is complex and highly regulated, requiring specialist knowledge, resources and plenty of time. Regularly taking nine months to complete it can take much longer, depending on council process and requirements, construction and legal aspects. We will guide you and control the entire process that you must comply with to obtain your titles in a timely manner. The process includes:
Land Survey Process
When we carry out a site detail (topographical) survey, boundary pegging, building set out or certification of boundary clearance for daylighting or site coverage, the pegs or plan you see are a small part of the job.
Before anything can be done in the field, we must establish the location and research relevant boundary and height datum information. We need to search the title and old plans, and note any restrictions such as easement restrictions for right of way or service connections. That’s one reason that we need plenty of warning that you need help.
We then need to carry out precise calculations and upload the information into our equipment. With this done, we can be really efficient on site, where information is set out and gathered before returning to the office.
On our return to the office we need to carry out the further calculations, quality checks, drawings and certifications that are required. These certifications are often required for Land Information NZ (LINZ) and Council.
There is much more to surveying than a field trip with some specialised technology and equipment.
We guarantee our advice.
For Subdivisions - We keep up with the subdivision rules and fully investigate every proposal before advising you. We will listen to your ideas and advise you if it is one where we can offer this guarantee. If it is, and you follow our advice and process, we guarantee to refund our fees if Council declines your application. For further information call us now.
For Topographical Surveys, Boundary Adjustments and Repeging - We guarantee all our work. Because we have proven quality processes we guarantee to give you accurate peg positions, contours and other site information. If something is wrong with our data, we'll fix it fast.