Topographic plan of the land plot

What do you need to know about the land boundary plan?

A boundary plan of a land plot is a document that displays data about the plot and new information transmitted to regulatory authorities.
We are talking, for example, about information on dividing a plot, as well as changing boundaries and clarifying them. The boundary plan contains information about:

  • Cadastral plan;
  • Results of completed geodetic work;
  • Information from land management documentation;
  • Land ownership rights;
  • Land belonging to municipal or state property;
  • Formation of new plots by allocating shares in common property;
  • Areas for which cadastral information is being updated.

When developing a boundary plan for a land plot, certain engineering and geodetic work is carried out. This is important for determining the real location of the land, calculating its area and securing boundaries. The finished document is certified by an official.

Who needs a land boundary plan?

Land surveying and development of a plan may be required in a number of cases. This applies to the redistribution of the original plots and the formation of new ones, as well as the division of the plot. It is possible that a cadastral error was previously made in relation to this or that land, and then a boundary plan for the land plot will also be required.

Land surveying and drawing up a plan for the boundaries of a land plot are allowed to be carried out exclusively by cadastral engineers. Our company employs just such experienced specialists, helping numerous clients draw up documents in accordance with legal regulations. All of them are certified by government agencies.

What is there in topographical terms?

For the most accurate and detailed display of the parameters of the area under study, the following information should be displayed on the topographic plan of the site:

  • information about points of the reference geodetic network;
  • relief and its characteristics;
  • hydrography with the location of all available artificial and natural reservoirs;
  • information about vegetation;
  • data on the presence and characteristics of underground and above-ground communications;
  • information about existing residential and non-residential buildings;
  • exact location and characteristics of transport infrastructure;
  • data on other objects, if any, on the site.

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The correctness, feasibility, depth and methodology of design solutions depends on how correctly and completely the information is reflected on the topographic plan.

The topoplan gives a clear idea of ​​the features of the relief, building density, hydrography and many other characteristics of the territory, which allows it to be used by specialists in almost any sector of the national economy.

The quality and completeness of design solutions largely depends on the quality and integrity of the production of the topographic plan. Geodetic has a lot of experience in the field of engineering geodesy. We create topographic plans taking into account the specifics of design of various directions, as we understand full responsibility for the completeness and quality of the basic, primary information provided to our clients.

Geodetic carries out a full range of works on compiling topographic surveys of territories for various purposes. From field work to finished products. Moreover, if necessary, our specialists will help develop the correct technical specifications for topographic surveying, taking into account the further use of the results of our work. We carry out topographic survey work on at least 100 sites annually. Most of our work undergoes expert reviews at various levels, including State Expertise structures.

Our Company employs highly qualified surveying engineers. Two of them are current members of the National Register of Specialists in the field of engineering surveys and architectural and construction design. The company's activities are fully within the framework of the existing legislation of the Russian Federation.

What is included in a land plot plan?

The land plot plan includes two parts: text and graphic. They are formed from mandatory sections, as well as sections corresponding to specific types of cadastral work.

The elements of the text part are always the title page and contents. This part also includes:

  • Background information;
  • Data on measurements and calculations;
  • Information about changed or newly formed areas, as well as their parts;
  • Data on the procedure for access to sites;
  • Data on the specified areas or their formed parts;
  • Conclusion drawn up by a cadastral engineer;
  • The act of agreeing on the location of borders.

The graphic part of the land plot plan presents diagrams of geodetic constructions, land locations, data on key points of boundaries and drawings of the plots themselves and their parts.

Document design principles

The conclusion of the cadastral engineer is included in the boundary plan of the boundaries of the land plot if, during the period of work, a discrepancy between the cadastral data on the boundaries of adjacent plots, settlements or municipalities is discovered with the real situation. In such cases, errors prevent the land from being registered in the cadastral register. The person performing the relevant work may insist on additional justification for the results. This section is presented in the form of coherent text material.

The land plot plan is carried out in electronic format or on paper. The cadastral engineer can certify it with an electronic signature, then there is no need for a paper version.

If the plan is drawn up on paper, one copy is sent to the cadastral registration authorities, the rest are transferred to the customer. Such a document is stitched, it is sealed with the signature of the cadastral engineer and his seal. The seal must also appear in the act confirming the approval of boundaries.

Drawing up a topographic plan of the area: at what scale are plans created?

As a rule, we ask clients to draw up a detailed technical specification, indicating the required scale. But not everyone understands their scope of application.

The most popular scale for creating topographic documentation is 1:500. Experts in the field of geodesy often call it “five hundred”. This scale allows you to create a fairly detailed image of the area. But this scale has its drawbacks - it is convenient to use for studying small areas.

If you need to draw up a topographical plan of the area for large industrial facilities, master plans of settlements or drawings of open-pit mining, we recommend using a scale of 1:2000 or larger. Such objects do not require such detailed detailing.

To order the preparation of a topographical plan of the area in our company, you need the following documents: a passport, technical specifications, as well as documents confirming ownership of the land (if you order a topographic survey of a land plot).

How our specialists create a topographic plan: from order to technical report

Our main task when drawing up a topoplan is the accuracy of the research and efficiency. We try to complete the work quickly and divide it into 3 steps:

  1. preparation (we draw up a contract for services, calculate the cost, study the terms of reference);
  2. field work (we go to the site, make survey justification and measure the area);
  3. office work (calculations, drawing up graphic documents).

topographic plan of the area

After the entire cycle of research, we draw up a technical report. In the report we describe:

  • general parameters of the site;
  • details of the work performed;
  • topographic plan of the area.

We carry out work in accordance with regulatory documents and GOSTs. Therefore, our clients have no problems agreeing on documentation.

Differences between boundary plan, cadastral plan and boundary plan

A land plot plan is often confused with a boundary plan, although these are completely different concepts. The second document outlines the current boundaries of the land, their parameters, total length, as well as landscape features within the boundaries of the site. The boundary plan includes information about the newly formed areas. The process is marked here using arrows, dotted lines and other symbols. The only thing that unites the two types of plans is the accuracy of the image.

A land plot plan can be not only a boundary plan, but also a cadastral plan. There are also differences here. In essence, a cadastral plan is a map of a given area, on which information from the State Land Cadastre is displayed using graphics and text. The boundary plan can be considered a continuation of the cadastral plan and its addition. It was compiled taking into account the transformations that occurred after the registration of the cadastral plan. These changes are indicated by unifying or dividing lines.


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    • - “Big City” magazine, article “Marine Moscow” in No. 16 (187) dated 08/01/2007;
    • Wikipedia - about wakeboarding, equipment;

  • Russian-Israeli Ski Club;
  • - “Epicenter” - wakeboarding club;
  • - "Phoenix" - sports school for wakeboarding and water skiing;
  • - Wake Brothers
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  • - “Istra Surfline” - windsurfing club: surfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding;
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  • The procedure for obtaining a boundary plan of a land plot

    If you have a need for a land survey plan, you need to contact an organization that specializes in surveying and land management work. The activities of a cadastral engineer are divided into several stages:

    • Collecting data about the site and studying it;
    • Notifications of organizations and citizens whose rights are affected during land surveying
    • Agreeing with them on all issues, including the boundaries of the site;
    • Geodetic survey;
    • Processing the results;
    • Preparation of a land plot plan with subsequent registration;
    • Transfer of documentation to cadastral registration authorities;
    • Obtaining a cadastral passport, as well as an extract with the coordinates of the site.

    If, at the stages of surveying or agreeing on the location of boundaries, disputes arise that cannot be resolved, the landowner will have to resolve them in court. True, this can only be done after the cadastral engineer has drawn up a document such as an approval act.

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