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What is a Survey/Deposited plan?
A legal survey exists for all land (lots) in Australia. Survey plans/deposited plans are the official record of the legal boundaries of land and will usually indicate the dimensions and size of a lot. Each State normally has different names for each plan, below are some common plans.
NSW, Deposited plans are identified by a ‘DP’ number, e.g. DP 825510.
QLD, Survey/Registered plans e.g. 841117
The plans associated with the property are usually shown on the properties title, obtained from a Title Search.
Survey/deposited plans give you:
- lot size
- property shape
- Dimensions of lots on the plan.
Strata plans define the lots in a strata scheme (areas owned individually) and common property (areas owned jointly by all lot owners)
Strata plans may also give you:
- building sketch
- lot sizes (areas but not always dimensions and angles)
- title reference details
- unit entitlement and common property
- notifications and encumbrances (lodged over common property only).
Sewer service diagram
A sewer service diagram shows the private wastewater pipes on a property. Selling agents, conveyancers and property owners use this diagram to check if the plumbing work on a property has been inspected or if there are any private pipes crossing the property.
A sewer service diagram gives you:
- Flood level
- Statute of limitations
- A-B concrete encased
- Sewer in Tunnel
- BOS Satisfactory
Crown plans are mostly survey drawings illustrating the land boundaries and physical features of specific parcels of land and may include references to early tenures and ownership of the land. The plans date back to 1792 and earlier.
Over 40 per cent are still current and provide the survey diagram for a title. The remainder have been replaced by deposited plans and strata plans but are of historical interest and the basis of all later plans.