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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Surveys Services We Offer


Boundary surveys or identification surveys are carried out to re-establish the property boundaries as close to the original marking as possible.


Andrew & Associates currently complete surveys for environmental and structure monitoring

Level and Feature

Detail surveys, are requested by builders, architects, engineers prior to construction in order to begin design aspects.


Andrew & Associates prepare Easements Plans which may be required for a number of reasons including access, service infrastructure, overhanging eves.


Providing licensed surveying team to assist in the construction surveys.


 Andrew & Associates can prepare plans for lease premises within a building where single or multi tenancies are involved.


Andrew & Associates completes surveys both in small and large scale for monitoring of stockpile volumes statewide.


Speak to one of our Survey Officers on (08) 8232 1954 or fill in our free land appraisal form.