If you’re a landowner in Gisborne and interested in Gisborne property subdivision then read on. If you’ve ever seen an old house replaced with two or more newly built houses, that’s a prime example of subdivision.

Subdivision can also involve splitting a large plot of land into smaller ones . And all with their own individual ownership. The District Land Registrar is responsible for issuing new legal titles when the application to subdivide is approved.

Everybody has reasons for choosing to subdivide their property. For example, you could have excess land space available and want to earn extra money. Or, your land could be rezoned providing more opportunity.

The Steps of Gisborne Property Subdivision

1. Make sure that the land is capable of subdivision. The region you’re living in and the land size are impotant factors required for subdivision. When you contact the council and confirm size requirements, you’ll then need to request a professional surveyor to check this. Also ask them for a quotation and timeframe expectations.

2. Measure the property you plan to subdivide. When you hire your surveyor, they’ll then proceed with conducting the exact property measurements. As they are creating the plan, find out if there are any building or resource consents that you need to apply for.

3. Submit the application to your regional council. When reviewing the application that you’ve provided, the council will make sure that all policies and rules are met. Once finished, they may ask questions related to potential issues concerning the project. These can be about important wildlife habitat or significant trees.

Gisborne property subdivision4. Application approval. Upon completing the application review, the council will then provide consent so you can get started.

5. Contractors will then begin the project. Before the contractors begin the required construction to subdivide the land, the surveyor will first set boundary pegs. This can sometimes mean moving drain pipes, changing fencing, extending the driveway or even moving the garage.

6. Submit final application for certification. Once all the work has been completed, your land surveyor will then be required to submit the final application to get certification from council. This is to ensure that all conditions of the subdivision are met. You will also be required to pay the mandatory development contribution. All land owners who subdivide must make this contribution. It helps compensate for the cost of public services and infrastructure maintenance.

7. The Gisborne property subdivision process is complete. Your land will finally be subdivided. Upon certification from council, your surveyor will then submit the survey plan to Land Information New Zealand. Then you’ll receive the new titles for your subdivided plots of land.

If you are interested in the process of Gisborne property subdivision, please get in touch with Build7 Gisborne today. We’ll help answer any questions and give you advice you can use. Build7 are builders who have a reputation for value and a great design and build service.

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