To subdivide is the act of dividing a piece of land to create new opportunities for development.
The ability to subdivide land parcels is dependent on the associated land zone as regulated by the Planning Scheme/Development Plan as well as site constraints.

If the planning scheme/development plan does not allow for the subdivision or consolidation then there may be opportunity for an application to amend the Planning Scheme/Development Plan.

Further to the approval of a subdivision, there are requirements from the relevant service utilities. It is worthwhile seeking information from these authorities to provide a comprehensive understanding of the costs and timeframes to complete a subdivision.

Fisher Planning has extensive experience in subdivision management which means all this information can be provided to you from one source to give you security in your decision making.
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