Some projects involve the merging of two or more existing parcels into a single parcel. One example of this is for a new building to be built on top of an existing lot line; the Lot Merger process would eliminate this line and allow the building to meet zoning setback standards. Each project may have different reasons for a Lot Merger, but most jurisdictions require planning approval to complete the Lot Merger. The land surveyor will prepare a new legal description of the property and a plat (map) that shows the merged condition and which lot lines are being removed.
With accurate mapping of your land's property boundary lines and physical features, you can confidently move forward with your construction or development project. Our expert surveyors use the latest technology and techniques to provide accurate and reliable land surveying services that help you save time and money, avoid project hurdles, and maximize the potential of your property.