The Realserve team has been trusted to survey property and prepare a range of types of surveys including survey plans for over 20 years. Our land surveying services cover the residential, commercial and industrial property sectors. Specialising in everything from cadastral surveys, boundary surveys, subdivision plans and topographical surveys, to site analysis plans, our reputation has been built on precision, speed and accuracy. Our professional land surveyors are in high demand, with teams and licensed surveyors based in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne & around the country. As one of Australia’s leading surveying companies, we are equipped with the latest 3D laser scanners, robotic total stations, GPS systems, and traditional digital theodolites to survey your metropolitan or regional property.
Topographical surveys collect data of the physical features and levels on a site to prepare detailed survey plans that can be used to obtain council approval and effectively manage various land development and building design projects.
Known as a NSW Identification Survey (Sydney), VIC Title Re-establishment survey (Melbourne) or QLD Location Certificate (Brisbane), boundary surveys are prepared by licensed surveyors to show the locations of fences, improvements and encroachments on a parcel of land in relation to its legal title boundaries.
An easement is a section of land registered on a property title, which gives someone the right to use the land for a specific purpose even though they are not the land owner, such as shared driveways, power lines or sewerage, therefore are often required for various infrastructure projects.
Set-out Surveys, construction surveys and engineering surveys define the exact position of a proposed structure within the legal boundaries of a piece of land. They are a physical transference of an approved design onto the land itself, for contractors to follow during construction of a building or various types of infrastructure works.
Licenced surveyors undertake Cadastral Surveys, which include identification surveys and title re-establishment surveys, to determine the position of fencing and occupation to title boundaries required for due diligence and design. Cadastral land surveying services have a sharp focus on the laws of land ownership and the definition of property boundaries.
A Site Analysis Plan scopes a comprehensive view of the constraints and opportunities of a piece of land or development site, including topography and usually property boundaries. It forms the basis for designers to develop a proposal that maximizes the potential of a site for various building design and infrastructure projects.
Movement monitoring surveys are a type of engineering survey; very accurate survey and used to calculate the rate at which a wall, built structure, or feature is failing due to movement, vertically or laterally.