If you are purchasing a property, planning to do any construction within the property or if require a fence around your property, then a boundary survey is required to know the exact limits of the property to protect you from any boundary dispute that may occur in future.

Only an Ontario Land Surveyor licensed under Cadastral survey can perform this type of surveys.


    These plans are deposited in the local land registry office and it is necessary for land severance. This is a plan that shows graphical representations of descriptions of the land, surveyed boundary and dimensions as well as a physical or documentary evidence that could affect the title to the subject property. This may include the location of easements, right-of-ways, fences, retaining walls etc. This must be surveyed by a licensed Ontario Land Surveyor.


    Refer to a reference plan or a surveyor’s real property report or any other survey plans. These plans are not deposited in the Land Registry Office.


    A land severance is used for separation of a piece of land to form a new lot or a new parcel of land. Most municipalities with an approved official plan have specific policies and requirements for land severance.


    This plan is prepared under sections 28, 29 and 30 of O. Reg. 216/10 of the Surveyors Act. Surveyor’s Real property report clearly illustrate the location of buildings and structures relative to the boundaries of the land and also shows any other physical features, easements (registered or unregistered) on the property combined with the written report clearly specifies the issues (if any) related to the property.

    Who needs it?
    1. Property owner or purchaser,

      You can ensure location, extent as per deed and is there any other issues that related to the boundaries which you are planning to buy.

    2. Property Seller,

      If you are the seller you can confidently provide details of the size and the extent of the property to the buyer.


Topographic survey is used to identify and map horizontal and vertical locations of the existing features (natural and manmade) on the property and slightly above or below the ground surface of the property.

Topographic survey is required for engineers and planners to design the proposal development on the property.

We provide,
  1. Volume calculations
  2. Area calculations
  3. Digital terrain models
  4. Cross sections


Site plan is a drawing or set of drawings that provides location of existing and proposed improvements with contours and grade elevations of the land. The purpose of the grading plan is to provide better drainage system from buildings for the benefit of property owners.


The purpose of a deformation survey is the determination of movements of a structure such as building, retaining wall, bridge and tunnel etc. and if there is any, expedite the implementation of protective engineering actions to avoid or minimize damages.


Establishing a Horizontal and Vertical controls able to create a framework which can control the other surveys within the site and adjust according to.

Horizontal controls surveys provide the position coordinates (Northing and Easting) Vertical control surveys determine the elevation with respect to the mean sea level. The determination of the accuracy of the control system can vary and depends on the type of the survey.


These plans subdivide property in to two or more new parcels, units or lots set out for the first time. These plans typically include the surveyed boundaries, numbering the lots and shows dimensions around lots, future consideration of streets with names and width of streets and blocks reserved for community and commercial buildings such as schools, parks, commercial plazas etc.

  1. Building Layout
  2. Shoring Pile Layout
  3. Borehole Location Layouts
  4. Gridline Layouts
  5. As-Built Surveys