Rural subdivision is the division of larger areas of land into smaller units to allow more intensive land use for specific activities; or the rearrangement of land titles into blocks more appropriate to their actual or intended uses; or the amalgamation of adjoining blocks of land.
Our intimate knowledge of Taranaki, extensive training and practical training makes us the logical choice to coordinate your subdivision and planning.
We work closely with Taranaki Regional Council and the New Plymouth, Stratford and South Taranaki District Councils and can advise on District Plan matters and any rules and regulations you need to follow.
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We've been managing land developments throughout Taranaki since 1881 so we know the subdivision process inside out.
It can be a complex process but we take out the stress and save you money and time.
Only Licensed Cadastral Surveyors are legally empowered to undertake the subdivision of land, but this is just one step in the process. You will also likely need to engage the services of engineers, landscape designers, drainage specialists and lawyers.
Don't be overwhelmed. We can be involved right the way through and coordinate the different professionals at the right time, ensuring the smooth running of your project.
We can guide you from the initial investigation to the issue of new land titles - it's simple and easy with us.
Rural subdivision can be the first and most crucial step in developing, intensifying or changing rural land use. Rural subdivision allows a diversity of lifestyles and land uses. Subdivision provides the landowner with the ability to improve or change the use of land, obtain new or more appropriate land titles, and to arrange or reorganize finance.
Contact Us to discuss your project and discover how easy subdivision can be.
"I gave them the instructions for what I required, and they fulfilled that very speedily and carried out the operation without any issues and [ I ] found it very easy to deal with."