An identification has different meanings in Queensland and New South Wales, and we can do work in both States.
In Queensland an Identification Survey is used to mark your property boundaries and locate any significant improvements on or near those boundaries. There is a legal requirement to submit an Identification Survey (plan) to DNRM where it will be field and placed on permanent record. We also have a requirement to notify any affected persons of any boundary encroachments if we find them during the Identification Survey.
In New South Wales there is no requirement for boundary marking as part of an Identification Survey and there is also no requirement to submit a plan to the relevant Government Authority. We will locate any significant improvements on the property, and these are often required for Council Certification or an Occupation Certificate, your builder may also require this to finalise a new home handover.
Control verification and installation over 10km for Bruce Highway upgrade.