Thinking of Subdividing Your Land?

If you are considering a subdivision in your backyard or demolishing an existing house to start a multi-unit development, side-by-side dual occupancy development or you are planning a subdivision of an existing vacant block of land, you will be required to go through a planning and subdivision process by engaging a licensed Land surveying firm. Land Subdivision can be an expensive and time consuming process, depending on the complexity of a project. The process requires the acquisition of a subdivision permit, local council planning approval and meeting strict statutory time frames. Land Subdivision Melbourne provides an extensive range of services to our clients to ensure your subdivision process is as easy and efficient as possible. For private, business or commercial developments, our knowledgeable team have the capacity to complete your subdivision within your timeframe and budget.

The Land Subdivision Process

Land surveyors are the first on-site for any development projects and have the expertise and knowledge needed to commence the process of land subdivision.   The typical land subdivision process includes: – Land assessment and plan preparation by a licensed land surveyor. – Plan Submission to Local Council. -Referral to government bodies in relation to servicing of the site. -Communication between the land surveyor and conveyancers -Registration of land to issue new property titles with the Titles Office.   With years of experience in the industry and after completing numerous subdivision projects across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria, Land Subdivision Melbourne are proud to offer our professional solution based approach to all our clients to make your land subdivision process easy and hassle free.       (To view a full footprint of local city councils that we have serviced and successfully completed the subdivision process, please refer to the end of this page)

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 What We Do

Land Surveys

Conducting a land survey is the first stage in any land subdivision process to provide the relevant information for local authorities and town planners to commence with the application process.

Feature Surveys

A feature survey provides information about the location and characteristics of natural and man-made features on the site and adjoining properties.

Australian Height Datum (AHD)

In some areas that are prone to flooding, connection of site levels and contours to AHD will be a council requirement so that the necessary precautions can be taken

Re-establishment Survey

To be able to complete the land subdivision process, it is necessary to identify title boundaries and their relationship to existing fences and structures.



Contact us today for friendly, no obligation advice on how we can assist you in taking the first step toward your building and development projects.

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