Surveyors in the province of Ontario are expected to meet the standards and requirements set by the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors. More information on the various services offered by Avanti Surveying Inc. can be found on the AOLS website.
Are you looking to…
…clarify a boundary?
…put up a new fence?
…sell your home?
Legal Survey / Surveyor’s Real Property Report
We can provide a plan of survey and Surveyor’s Real Property Report that will give you confidence in your boundaries. Our plans, with or without additional topographic information, include:
…add an addition?
…do some renovating?
…start a new build?
Legal and Topographic Survey / Surveyor’s Real Property Report
Our Surveyor’s Real Property Reports with topographic information include all aforementioned elements present in the Legal Survey, with the addition of the following:
…add, remove, or modify an easement or right-of-way?
…divide or combine lots?
…simplify a lot description?
Reference Plan (R-Plan)
Reference plans are submitted to the various land registry offices across Ontario, and deal primarily with the legal descriptions of land. The information illustrated on R-Plans is used to provide context for easements and rights-of-way registered on a property title. Buildings and other structural features are typically omitted unless they are used to provide references for boundaries or they encroach on another property.
…submitting a building permit application?
…adding grades to a topographic survey?
Site and Grading Plan
Building on the information provided by topographic surveys and architectural drawings, Site and Grading plans are needed to submit building permit applications, but also provide the basis for a property’s proposed drainage and servicing.
…build a new home?
…build a new place of business?
Avanti Surveying Inc. takes great pride in flexibility, and we are ready to provide you with the package of services needed to ensure a build is punctual and accurate. This includes staking for excavation, pinning of footings, setting of concrete nails, drafting of As-Built surveys, and the issuing of lot grading certificates. Whether this is for a single home or a whole neighbourhood, we can develop a price plan and timeline fit for your project’s needs.
…develop a subdivision?
Subdivision plans subdivide a property for the first time into two or more new lots and establish their boundaries. These plans must be approved by the land registry office, and account not only for homes, but also other features such as parks, schools, and streets. They do not include details for specific, individual buildings. A Subdivision Plan illustrates:
...build a condominium?
Very similar to a Subdivision Plan, but now featuring verticality. A property is subdivided into new parcels, labelled units, and the boundaries established are the dimensions of the condominium building itself. The condominium plan notes: