By: Lira P. Habana
One of the most common requirements in applying for a building permit is a Lot Plan. If you are wondering where you can get one, just leave us a message here, and we will get back to you within the day containing the details we need from you in order for us to prepare one. 🙂
So what is a Lot Plan? It is a two-dimensional map containing the plot of your land based on the technical descriptions appearing on your land title, or on the technical descriptions appearing on previously approved surveys conducted over the subject land, or on the actual survey conducted by the Geodetic Engineer. It will provide not only the dimensions of each property line but also the shape of the subject land.
Lot Plans are needed to be signed, certified, and sealed by a duly licensed Geodetic Engineer (GE) for such to be considered valid and with authority. So, before engaging one in plotting the dimensions of your land, make sure that he or she is a licensed GE, as your LGU might require you a photocopy of his/her Professional Tax Receipt and PRC ID, which only licensed GEs will have. Plus, you can be more certain that he or she will produce the output in a professional manner.