Bemoco Land Surveying Ltd.
Bemoco has been performing municipal surveys for over 40 years, from single lot subdivisions to multi phase developments for a number of land developers. We specialize in land development and subdivisions within central Alberta.
REAL PROPERTY REPORT
A Real Property Report (RPR) is an integral part of a real estate transaction. An RPR will show all relevant improvements situated on your property and any encroachment that may affect your parcel of land or onto adjacent property. This report will ensure that all compliance issues are identified.
Why do you need an RPR? The RPR is an important component of the Real Estate transaction. Whether you are purchasing a new home or planning on selling, always obtain an up-to-date Real Property Report.
During the busy real estate season, it is important to plan on obtaining a current RPR early in the listing process. A completed RPR with compliance can take a few months depending on what is discovered and needs to be resolved.
Bemoco Land Surveying has been subdividing land in Alberta for over 40 years. We can prepare your tentative plan of survey, subdivision application, final plan for registration, and all aspects of land development for your project. Whether it is a multi-lot development or homestead separation, we can help.
If you are planning on a new construction or renovation to an existing building, you may require a development permit from your Municipality. We can prepare a site specific survey showing everything required for permitting and architectural design.
If you are building a new condominium or converting an existing building, we can prepare the necessary plans and submit for registration.
BUILDING PLOT PLANS AND CONSTRUCTION LAYOUT
Bemoco Land Surveying can assist you in the construction of your new home. From building a garage to a large scale construction project, we can assist in the following:
Bemoco Land Surveying has been providing legal surveys for municipalities in Alberta for registration of various types of roads from Provincial highways to lane closures. During construction seasons a number of road projects are typically undertaken. Due to the nature of these projects, most of the legal survey posts are adversely removed or destroyed. It is important to contact an Alberta Land Surveyor to accurately locate and reference these legal posts prior to construction. This will significantly reduce the survey costs for these types of projects and will ensure the cadastral fabric is preserved.
Did you know? Under the Surveys Act, Part 4 50(3) states;
A person who, without the written permission of the Director, pulls down, alters, defaces or removes any monument or survey control marker placed by a surveyor in carrying out the surveyor’s duties under this Act is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of up to $10 000.