The processes involved in obtaining approval for a subdivision are complex. Good planning is key. Benefit from the insights of a lawyer, the Council and a surveyor, to understand the finer details and various factors at play.
- Gain a better understanding of the role of the surveyor in obtaining resource consents and completing the subdivision conditions
- Learn more about Council expectations in respect of the subdivision process
- Develop greater awareness of matters such as common access, lots, easements in gross and other instruments, which may be encountered in finalising subdivisions and obtaining new titles.
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Cato Bolam Consultants
Michelle, a Registered Professional Surveyor and a member of the consultants’ division of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors (NZIS), has more than 25 years’ experience providing surveying, planning and land development engineering consultancy services. Her area of expertise lies in being the lead professional in land development projects, bringing together the right project team, key stakeholder engagement and driving projects from initial feasibility, through the design, consent and construction phases to successful completion.
Senior Subdivision Advisor
Roger, a Fellow of the Institute of Surveyors, has been employed as Senior Subdivision Adviser by the Manukau City Council and Auckland Council since 1975, working mainly in the evaluation and consents for land subdivision and development. He has been involved, on the Council’s behalf, in working committees and making submissions to select committees in respect of major legislation including the Resource Management Act and the Local Government Act.
Ian has more than 35 years of experience in a widevariety of property law and advises local authorities and private commercial clients on a broad range of property law issues. Over the last ten years, Ian has advised local authorities on property matters relating to complex subdivisions including the drafting and implementation of resource consent conditions and preparation or review of associated documents.