The cost of a survey depends on many variables:
- The age of the Deposited Plan that defines the boundaries of the land to be surveyed.
- The type of survey and amount of detailed information required.
- The size of the land requiring survey.
- Whether there has been other recent survey work undertaken in the area.
- The type of terrain and vegetation on the parcel of land.
If you intend to lodge a Development Application (DA) or Complying Development Certificate (CDC) we recommend engaging a company with experience in your local Council area as some Council’s have specific requirements for survey information. This may mean the cost of the initial survey is a little higher but translates to faster DA or CDC processing times and should eliminate the need for subsequent visits.