Maximise the potential of your project
The right surveyor can help you streamline processes and minimise surprises on your next project.
Our goal is to work with you to create the plans you need to undertake a Biodiversity Stewardship Agreement (BSA) or meet project compliance.
Rely on us for expert, yet easy-to-understand advice, for all of your surveying needs.
- Asking the right questions to find your ‘ideal outcome’ and creating a plan to deliver it.
- Offering the correct advice so you understand the potential time, cost, and impacts of your plans.
- Providing alternative options that you may not have considered to speed up your project or maximise its value.
- Ecological Boundary Mapping
- Surveyors Advice Letters
- Rural subdivisions
- Project Management
- Consolidation Deposited Plans
- Easement Creation and/or Removal
- Detail Surveys
- Redefinition Surveys
- Delimitation Surveys
- Detailed feasibility studies
- Survey Information Only Plans
If you are considering developing your property, the first step is to reach out via phone or email. It would be helpful to have your address, Lot and DP number available, along with any rough plans or sketches.
We aim to respond to all enquiries within 2 business days.
2. Scope of works
After we’ve spoken with you, we will assess your scope of works including research, plan searching and initial consultation with any relevant authorities. We will present you with a quote for our services and our terms of engagement.
We aim to complete feasibility and supply project quotes within 2 weeks.
Once you have approved your project quote and paid your deposit, we will book in your survey and undertake any required fieldwork.
We aim to complete fieldwork within 4 weeks of booking, pending availability.
With the survey complete, we will draft your plans and complete and handover your deliverables. At this point, you will also be invoiced for the completion fee of your project
We aim to supply your deliverables within 2 weeks of completed fieldwork.
Please note if your project is more complex and requires additional stages of work, we will supply a detailed timeline specific to your project in your initial quote.
- David is a Registered Surveyor in NSW and the ACT, as well as a Licensed Surveyor in Victoria with more than 15 years of industry experience.
- A lifelong learner, David graduated RMIT with honours and undertakes extensive professional development annually to maintain his knowledge and qualifications.
- He’s a farmer’s son. Growing up on a cattle farm in rural Victoria, David understands life on the land and values honesty and integrity.
- Our satellite equipment is highly accurate, even in rural settings. But, should that fail, David has spent his career using traditional, pen and paper, methods.
- He takes his work seriously. We appreciate that one of your most valuable commodities in our hands and that the decisions made now shape the future for generations.
Surveyors define and manage the land around us, interpreting and navigating legal aspects of land ownership. Specifically, Registered Surveyors maintain our land administration systems set by the government and are authorised to legally define boundaries and prepare plans.
You need a Registered Surveyor for important land decisions such as subdividing land, defining boundaries and ownership, developing community title or strata title, identifying existing buildings and improvements on parcels of land and determining levels for flood studies and environmental changes in land.
A surveyor doesn’t have to be registered to work in the industry, however without registration a surveyor is unable to maintain the cadastre by the locating and marking of boundaries under state legislation. Essentially, depending on the scope of your project a Registered Surveyor may be required to legally define boundaries and prepare plans.
Registration requires not only a tertiary qualification but extensive additional training under the Board of Surveying and Spatial Information for accreditation, along with annual continuing professional development compliance.
Graduating from RMIT with honours, Treasco Surveyors Director David is a Registered Surveyor in NSW and the ACT, as well as a Licensed Surveyor in Victoria.
Treasco Surveyors work with state-of-the-art Trimble Geospatial technology. Our equipment and software is the latest in GPS and scanning technology, maintained and updated annually.
Our deliverables vary from project to project and are outlined in our fee proposal. Files can include PDF plans, DWG files, drone photographs, reports and more.
Yes, we do. With more than 15 years of industry experience, half of which has been based in Central West NSW, we have established relationships with reputable industry professionals including architects, town planners, engineers and draftsmen to ensure the entire scope of your project is covered.
When it comes to engaging with other professionals, we can either refer you to our providers of choice, or engage them on your behalf and act as your Project Manager.
Project timelines will vary project to project based on their complexity and our availability. We’ve provided a general process outline but can appreciate in this industry that time is money. We suggest you contact us for our current availability, and we will do our best to accommodate your project needs.
Director, David Treasure, is Registered Surveyor in NSW and the ACT, as well as a Licensed Surveyor in Victoria. He has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) Hons from RMIT and has undertaken additional work based training in Worker on Foot, Traffic Management, First Aid, Fire Suppression, Radio Usage, Chainsaw Usage and 4WD. Treasco Surveyors holds current Public Liability, Professional Indemnity and Workers Compensation Insurance.