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The new Gold Coast City Council planning scheme came into effect on February 1st. There are some notable changes happening and it seems like the council has taken a low-risk approach to new developments. Read more at the link below to find out how this may affect your property or development.

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Important Announcement! We have just moved our office from Cleveland to Capalaba and changed our contact details below.

We are still in the process of verifying this address with Google, so our profile will be updated within a couple of weeks.

Street Address
East Coast Surveys (Aust) Pty. Ltd.
7B Natasha St
Capalaba, Qld 4157

Postal Address
East Coast Surveys (Aust) Pty. Ltd.
PO Box 168
Capalaba, Qld 4157

Phone & Fax
Main phone: 07 3823 1029
Secondary phone: 07 3823 1609
Fax: 07 3823 2691
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This short animated video explains a simplified version of the subdivision process in Australia.

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Activity in Land Development is rising in Brisbane. We are seeing a small but welcomed rise in enquiries regarding small subdivisions. More of our planning applications are involving some form of Public Notification.  Here is a sign we placed last week for a project in the Brisbane City Council area.
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Its been a very busy few weeks as we draw near the end of 2013. My trip to Stradbroke gave me a chance to reflect on the beauty of Moreton Bay. A small but welcomed break from the mad rush to see projects completed.
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Buyers are returning to the housing market in Brisbane but its buyer beware. Have you checked Council's website for possible flooding? You will be amazed at the number of properties in or nearby flood affected land, and unless you look for yourelf, you may never realise until its too late. Is any part of the property encroaching onto a neighbour's or is part of their building over your boundary. Fences are not always correct! These kinds of issues can have serious financial repercussions - the risk is simply not worth taking. Carry out your Due Diligence first!

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