Rescode Feature Surveys
Rescode Feature Surveys are used by your Architect and council for new houses or extensions to existing homes. Rescode feature surveys are required by your Architect and Council to accurately portray information on your site and directly adjoining sites.
Rescode feature surveys are used when you are building a new house or extending your existing home. Even the addition of a deck or carport may require a Rescode feature survey to be done as a Council requirement.
The information provided in a rescode feature survey can be tailored to your requirements, but usually includes the following:
Levels to Australian Height Datum (AHD) if required
Contours over the site at 0.2 metre intervals
Easements (if any), title bearings and distances
On the existing house on site - floor level, ridge heights and gutter heights
On the existing site - garages, sheds, carports, trees, fence heights and descriptions
On the nature strip - street furniture including trees, footpaths, services such as pits, water, telstra and gas meters etc
On directly adjoining properties with 9m of the boundary - setbacks, windows with habitable/non-habitable assessment, heights of ridges, gutters and floor levels where possible
Bench mark placed at the front of the property
We use latest computer technology, field and office equipment enabling us to work accurately and efficiently. All drawings are completed in Autocad, maintaining a industry standard format.