A Boundary Survey is commonly referred to as an Identification (Ident) Survey. An Identification Survey is carried out to re-establish the property boundaries as close to the original marking as possible.

Identification surveys are commonly used to;
  • Mark boundaries for fencing or future construction of buildings
  • Aid in any dispute regarding boundary position between neighbours
  • Determining the extent of any building or structure encroachments over the boundaries
  • In order to re-establish the boundary corners, a surveyor must locate and survey reference markers within the area to determine the indicative location of the property boundaries.
  • Once the survey has been completed, the client will be supplied a plan indicating the following;
    • Boundaries of the property
    • Relationship of boundaries to existing structures or fencing on the property
    • Show offsets of marks placed if the true boundary corner cannot be marked

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