Strata & Stratum Sub Division & Sub Division Plans
Strata Sub Division
A strata subdivision is most commonly used within apartment buildings. It is also used to provide separate titles in townhouse developments and major industrial sites. This title gives individual ownership to small portions of a larger property and an undivided share to common property (e.g. gardens or driveways and community facilities such as swimming pools, tennis courts and the like). Owners will become members of the owner’s corporation, which controls the use and maintenance of common property.
Stratum Sub Division
A stratum subdivision is a Torrens subdivision with one or more lots limited in height depth or both. As the name implies, the lots are limited to a particular stratum. This stratum may be horizontal planes or inclined planes or a combination of the two. Stratum subdivisions are frequently accompanied by a building management statement which apportions costs to the various stratum lots.
Sub Division Plans
Subdivision plans can only be prepared by a Registered Land Surveyor under the provisions of the Surveying and spatial information Act, 2002. A Plan of Subdivision is a method of dividing land into two or more parcels or lots so that those parcels or lots can be held in separate ownership.
Mony Seng has many years of experience in preparing Torrens Title, Strata Title and Stratum Title Subdivision Plans. We have access to the LPI's internet based Eplan system which allows the electronic lodgement of plans for pre-examination and registration.
East Coast Positioning has been responsible for surveys of:
- Ella Place, Barden Ridge 50 Lots Subdivision for Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council.
- Sproule Road, Alfords Point 12 Lots Subdivision for Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council.
- Shone Ave, Horsley 118 Lots Subdivision
At Barden Ridge and Alfords Point East Coast provided detail surveys for planning purposes, marking of potential road locations to assist engineers to finalise designs, locating rare and endangered flora and aboriginal archaeological sites, final pegging, As Built Surveys, preparation of linen plans and 88B Instruments which reflected extensive environmental restrictions.