I can’t find my boundary pegs and need to know where my boundary is?
This is a common question we get all the time. Depending on the age of your property (when it was first subdivided) the legal boundary pegs may no longer be there. Even if it’s a relatively modern subdivision the pegs may have been removed when earthworks or building has subsequently taken place. The existing occupation on the ‘boundary’ such as fences and walls may not necessarily be accurate and it is risky to rely on these as delineation of your legal boundary. The only way you can ascertain where the legal boundary is is by employing a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor. The surveyor can come to site and either locate and verify the original pegs or if they are not there can place new ones. People normally need to know where their boundary is for the purposes of erecting a fence, building and alterations, selling the property or a neighbour dispute. We can help with what ever your requirement is.