The Realserve team has been creating a range of land survey plans for 20 years. Our focus has always been in the residential, commercial or industrial developments property sector. 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 team is available across the country with the latest measuring equipment.
Our topographical land surveys collect data of the physical features and levels on a site to prepare a detailed survey that can be used to effectively manage many projects.
Subdivision plans are required for a parcel of land or a building that is to be divided into two or more lots whether industrial, commercial or residential.
A NSW Identification Survey, VIC Title Re-establishment survey or QLD Location Certificate is used to show the locations of fences, improvements, and encroachments on a parcel of land in relation to its 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 drainage.

A Set-out Survey defines the exact position of a proposed structure within the legal boundaries of a piece of land. They are a physical transference of a building design onto the land itself for builders to follow during construction.

We 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 surveying provides 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 development site. It forms the basis for designers to develop a proposal that maximizes the positive aspects of a site and improves negative aspects.
A movement monitoring survey is a very accurate calculation in determing the rate of any wall, built structure or feature is failing due to movement over time.