Boundary pegs often go missing due to fence construction or get buried for lawn mowers etc. This can make them difficult to locate if they are there. There are some things you can do to try to find your pegs. If you suspect they are destroyed or may be in the wrong place then you will need a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor to replace them.
Site Surveys form the basis for any development on a site. The Site Survey is used by the architect in the building design, overall height and height in relation to boundary calculations. Most importantly, the Site Survey provides a snap shot of what is on site at the time of survey. This includes any impediments to the development, for example significant trees, flood plains and underground services.
Boundary Consultants use a check list to ensure all significant detail is located to the required accuracy. More information on standard detail located as part of our Site Surveys is available here.
From the Site Survey, a plan is produced to show the surveyed information, along with boundary and title information. Information can also be provided in electronic form and made available to architects and other professionals working with you, for importing into their computer systems.
Examples of our Site Survey plans are available below.