As part of town planning applications for subdivision, the council requires that the survey show all properties within a 50 metre radius of the construction site. This site analysis plan ensures that the proposed development fits in with the surrounding neighbourhood context and provides a complementary feel. At Stacey Surveying, we can provide site analysis surveying in Melbourne for clients who need to get their projects approved by the relevant authorities.
Our site analysis plan services are comprehensive and highly detailed. We provide height details on all properties shown in the site analysis and much more. This means that architects can draw full street-scrapes for town planning submissions. In addition, all properties are located using the theodolite, ensuring a high level of accuracy.
A site analysis plan is a plan that’s used to gain an overview of a site and its context, including any development constraints or opportunities. Site analysis looks at features such as structures, pipes, roads, landscaping, lighting and more to allow for good site planning.
Photos, locations and a solar traverse are shown on each plan, ensuring a full response to Clause 55 of the planning scheme. Please see our Resources page for an example survey.
A site analysis plan is often necessary due to council development requirements, with the plan helping the council to assess a proposed development. These plans are also vital for planning a development in terms of landscape features and orientation.
If you’re interested in our site analysis surveying in Melbourne and want to arrange a consultation, get in touch with us today. Call us on 0400 531 138 or contact us online to receive a prompt response.