Real Property Reports

A Real Property Report (RPR) is a legal document that clearly illustrates the position of the building in relation to the property lines and municipal bylaws. It takes on the form of a plan or illustration of the various physical features of the property, including a written statement detailing the surveyor’s opinions or concerns.

Real Property Reports

Development Permit Surveys

The Development Permit Survey, also known as a DP Survey, is typically the first survey required for your new project. The DP Survey is used by the architect or designer as the basis of their new home design, renovation, or infill construction project.

Development Permit Surveys

Condominium Plans

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Condominium Plans

Subdivision Surveys

Subdivision is the process of dividing one or more parcels into two or more parcels. The subdivision process must be done through your municipality and registered at Land Titles. The result is new titles for the individual lots that have been subdivided.

Subdivision Surveys

Infill & Home Construction Surveys

Any infill construction project requires a number of construction surveys throughout the building process. Whether you are building a single house, a semi-detached (duplex), a condo building, or a bareland condo, each will require a similar set of construction surveys.

Infill & Home Construction Surveys

Property & Fence Line Surveys

A Real Property Report will identify these boundaries. In the case of a missing or old RPR, a property line survey can also be used to locate the boundaries of the property in question.

Property & Fence Line Surveys

Other Surveys

Other Types of Land Surveying include Topographical Surveys, Control Surveys and Mapping.

Other Surveys