How does GTD subdivide properties in Auckland?

GTD is a professional team with years of experience in subdivision Auckland services. We will guide you throughout the subdivision process. The aim of the collaboration with the clients is a stress-free completion. Our staff understands the requirements of the council. Moreover, GTD's network includes contractors who yield the best reputation in the market.

If you do not know what subdivision is, it involves dividing the land or building into smaller parts. The sections are later sold or divided among owners. After the subdivision requirements are completed, the Land Information New Zealand authority will determine its authenticity. Here are the subdivision steps that GTD follows so the new homes complement the size and layout of the land.

The Steps for Subdivision

Step 1: Assessment

GTD begins with the subdivision by carrying out a feasibility assessment. The staff will review the council property files. Furthermore, GTD ensures the title is bonafide. We will undertake a planning assessment and a topography survey. The research also includes the design risks based on conceptual planning.

Step 2: Financial Analysis

GTD recommends that its clients get a financial analysis of the property. Otherwise, the project may face unforeseen challenges. Its completion is compromised without an economical survey.

Step 3: Development

The research continues with geotechnical reports. Other design options are considered. Planning and engineering teams are collaborating for the best results.

Step 4: Resource Content

GTD team will factor in other elements in addition to the engineering design, such as servicing, reports, and driveway. Specialist perspectives are taken for heritage and ecology. The building plans are revised according to the environmental assessment. The updated application is sent to the Council.

Step 5: Plan Approval

The team meets with the council and presents a detailed plan. The chartered engineer inquired about the AT standards. GTD submits an EPA application.

Step 6: Building

The project manager at GTD is constantly communicating with the civil contractors. The construction is closely supervised. GTD promotes regular inspections so the project is completed according to the timeline.

Step 7: Legal Compliance

GTD suggests the clients have a legal consultation if complications occur with the application.

Three Kinds of Subdivision in Auckland Properties

Freehold Form

The nature of ownership is called freehold. It means a complete and uncontested ownership of the property. The land does not have restrictions on expirations that are very common in leasehold alternatives.

Unit Title

The ownership is individualistic and associated with a single unit. A common example is an apartment in a multi-story building. However, the ownership of the hallway, elevators, and other services is shared.

Cross Lease

Multiple shareholders are involved in the ownership of the land or lease. The subject is a particular house or a single unit.

Hire GTD today

GTD offers the best subdivision Auckland recommendations for their clients. With their experienced suggestions and expert help, you can create more dwellings in a limited space. Subdividing properties is an intelligent strategy to accommodate population density without disturbing the environment. It will improve the standards of living. Contact GTD via email at or ring us at 027 3765955.