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Services - The Subdivison Steps

Depending on the type of land development project each job will need some or all of these components before a new certificate of title can be issued. Churchill LDS can handle all of these steps from initial consultation through to approvals from Council and LINZ.

Process leading up to Resource Consent approval

  1. Initial consultation with client, council, LINZ, and network utility providers. At this stage a feasibility study to see if the potential development is possible is a good idea
  2. Topographical Survey
  3. Design of Subdivision consent proposal (scheme)
  4. Design of Engineering service upgrading works –roading, drainage, utility services, earthworks, catchment study
  5. Liaison with other professionals – arborist, geotechnical engineer, architect or architectural draughtsperson, structural engineers, environmental engineers, landscape architects
  6. Preparation of Resource Consent report including Assessment of Environmental Effects
  7. Lodgement of complete proposal with Council
  8. Process after Resource Consent Approval & leading up to issue of new Certificates of Title

  9. Preparation of tender and contract documents
  10. Appointment of Engineering works contractor
  11. Supervision of Engineering works contract
  12. AsBuilt surveys of new engineering works
  13. Approval of works by Council
  14. Cadastral survey to peg new boundaries and prepare cadastral survey plans
  15. Lodgement of plan with Council for 223 certification – approval by Council
  16. Preparation of 224 (c) application to council – approval of all the conditions of the Resource Consent
  17. Lodgement of Cadastral plan with LINZ via Land-on-line
  18. Liaison with lawyer
  19. Cadastral plan is approved and deposited with LINZ
  20. New certificates of title are issued