In today's situation, where the last square meter of a property is recorded and taxed, every citizen has to make a site plan (EGSA ΄87) for his property in order to use it in various cases (real estate purchase, legalizing illegal buildings, building permits, land registry). etc..
When is it required?
1. Notarial acts
2. Issuance of building permits
3. Legalizing illegal constructions
4. Forestry designation act
5. Objections to the land registry
6. Licensing of Photovoltaic and Wind Parks
7. Defining seashore and beach lines
What is a site plan
The topographic plan, as it is commonly called, is not a simple plan that is attached to a public document or a contract, as many think, but is a comprehensive topographical study that indicates the size, dimensions, buildings and other details of a specific property. It also indicates the building rules of each property and how many square meters can be built on it. Currently the measurements are being done according to EGSA 87 coordinate system, ensuring thus the accuracy of the measurements.
The Declaration of Your Ownership of the Land Register, as well as the correction of any incorrect property declarations, are necessary in order to avoid problems with both the state and the neighboring properties.
The cost of a plot plan depends on both the characteristics of the property (size, inclination, vegetation cover, existing buildings, etc.) and the purpose for which it will be used.
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Is it true that some Plot Plans are being done by a handheld GPS Instrument and then processed to the Computer along with satellite images? Are this kind of measurements accurate?
Today we are all closer to technology than ever. Almost all of us now own some kind of mobile GPS application, which helps us locate a place with good accuracy. But the kind of accuracy these machine give to us varies from 0.5 to 10 meters. So it can be concluded that whenever someone tries to measure a plot with a Gps mobile app, the outcome of the measurements will be certainly bad. An engineer along with his scientific knowledge and the contemporary Gnss equiment can ensure the best outcome for your plot plan.
The neighbours have trespassed on my plot. What can i do;
First contact a Civil Engineer in your area to review your property contract and measure the land that has been trespassed. If the measurements verify the violation of your property, the next step would definitely be to consult your lawyer who will advise you on what to do.
Is the Topographic forever valid?
The compilation of a plot plan is done once and used forever as long as there aren't any change regarding the buildings on the measured plot and the town planning regime has not changed. This document can be used in a thousand transfers if needed.
I Have a Plot Plan Measured Correctly by a Civil Engineer, Should I do anything?
As long as you don't have any change on the measured plot and the plot plan has been issued according to EGSA 87 format, then you don't have to do anything. The plot plan is 100% valid.
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