Re: Existing site plan - where do u get one?2
Apr 15, 2017 12:11 am
You get a site plan by engaging a registered surveyor to make one - you can organise this yourself yourself or your builder can do it as part of their process (which is the usual way, but assumes that the builder is also organising the demo).
It sounds like you're organising your demo separately from the builder? In that case, timing might be an issue - you'll be dependent on the builder to get it done early enough for the demo company. If that's the case, hopefully your builder is cooperative.
Re: Existing site plan - where do u get one?5
Apr 17, 2017 11:23 am
Council records can be incomplete or out-of-date. Most of the time you'll need to have a site survey that's fairly recent (e.g. within the last 12 months), although requirements vary.
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