A Successful Development Project
Investors and promoters throughout Montérégie, Greater Montreal and the Eastern Townships call upon our expertise to prepare their subdivision plans and to ensure they are approved by municipalities. At Denicourt Arpenteurs-Géomètres Inc., we take pride in helping our clients realize their project.
Sound Advice for Preparing Your Plans
Any real estate investor or promoter wishing to successful conduct a subdivision plan is strongly encouraged to work with an experienced land surveyor. When it comes to creating a general property development plan, nothing beats our expertise.
During the subdivision planning phase, the following elements are taken into account:
- Number of lots
- Street distances
- Constraint zones
- Water streams
- Zoning, rights and regulations
This type of detailed plan precedes the cadastral plan. The land surveyor prepares the subdivision plan in accordance to zoning regulations that concern the sizes and surface areas of lots situated in the designated area.
This land-surveying task is of upmost importance to investors. In fact, a subdivision must fit in with the surrounding environment to prevent disorganized urban sprawl. The subdivision plan is a credible presentation document that is used by all parties involved in the project. In general, a subdivision plan will evolve substantially from the time the idea emerges to the time the shovel hits the ground.
At Denicourt Arpenteurs-Géomètres Inc., our firm’s employees are fully aware of municipal and provincial laws. Investors and promoters therefore have peace of mind knowing that they won’t be faced with delays caused by legislative issues.
Contact us to learn more.