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.
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When thinking about subdivision, McKinlay Surveyors should be consulted in the first instance. McKinlay Surveyors are best placed to manage the entire project and coordinate the contributions of other professionals. McKinlay Surveyors can guide you through the process from the initial investigation to the issue of new land titles.
There may be multiple planning components needed for any project and we can help you with all of them. McKinlay Surveyors has considerable experience with the Resource Management Act and the planning process to ensure your subdivision is painless and simple.
From subdividing off your back section to new residential developments, adjusting property boundaries, or civil construction works, McKinlay Surveyors has the expertise to identify the key elements that will allow your land to be developed to your greatest advantage.
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An initial consultation with a Registered Professional Surveyor is essential for anyone wanting to subdivide land. McKinlay Surveyors will understand your requirements and support you through the subdivision process.
When the land transfer plan has been deposited the new land titles can be issued for the new lots on the plan. With the issue of new land titles the landowner is empowered to proceed with the intended use of the site, arrange required finance, and use the land as security for finance. The new lots can now be transferred to new owners - and so the community grows.
No matter what size, your development requires the survey, design and management skills of a Registered Professional Surveyor. Utilising modem optical and electronic instruments, surveyors also provide site surveys and precise control for all civil and structural works. They are key professionals in all aspects of large and small engineering projects.
"The most impressive thing with them is their contact with the local council, and their ability to get on top of the work and get stuff surveyed off, and to the requirements of council. I'd definitely recommend them to others. Their service is excellent."