• Complete a Development Permit Survey for Development Permit Application.
  • The survey will include the typical CARL requirements from the survey perspective. We will be using a 3D Laser scanner for portions of the project so we will have minimal contact with the neighbors.

Subdivision By Plan

  • Subdivision by plan is required when you are subdividing a lot and/or parcel of land that does not fall along an original property boundary, thus creating a new lot line/boundary.
  • We will complete the initial field survey work required to prepare all of the necessary documents, and plans required to submit the application to the City of Calgary for subdivision by plan. This includes, but not limited to.
  • Tentative Plan, Addressing Plan, RPR, Abandoned Well Declaration, Site Contamination Forms, and all other application requirements. In addition, we will track the progress of the application, relay approval and conditions to the client, apply for plan endorsement, prepare the legal plan, all required consent documents, and prepare the final package for delivery to the Land Titles office for final subdivision registration (Land titles fees are assessed separately).
  • Please plan accordingly as this entire process can take 3-6 months from start to completion.


A Real Property Report (RPR) is a survey performed by an Alberta Land Surveyor that clearly illustrates the location of significant visible improvements relative to property boundaries. It takes the form of a plan or illustration of the various physical features of the property, including a written statement detailing the surveyor’s opinions or concerns. It can be relied upon by the buyer, the seller, the lender and the municipality as an accurate representation of the improvements (permanent fixtures) on your property.

How is a Real Property Report prepared?

  • A registered Alberta Land Surveyor is the only individual who can legally prepare an RPR. A valid RPR must bear the original signature and permit stamp of the Alberta Land Surveyor. In preparing a Real Property Report, an Alberta Land Surveyor will
  • Search the title of the subject property.
  • Search all pertinent encumbrances registered against the title of the subject property.
  • Search all plans related to the location of boundaries of the subject property.
  • Perform a field survey to determine the dimensions of the property and location of improvements. It will be necessary for the Alberta Land Surveyor to access property markers on the subject and nearby properties.
  • Prepare a plan (diagram) reflecting the results of the field survey and title research.

How much does a Real Property Report cost?

  • The amount of work to prepare a Real Property Report varies between properties. Lot size and shape, number of buildings, natural features, age and availability of the property boundary information all affect the cost.
  • A Real Property Report is only a small portion of your total property investment and may help you avoid costly problems in the future.
  • A Real Property Report does not include replacement of any property corner posts. Arrangements can be made to have property boundaries visibly marked on the ground. It is most economical to have this additional service performed at the time of the survey. Neighboring landowners occasionally share the cost because of the mutual benefit of the Real Property Report and marking of boundaries.

The benefits of a Real Property Report

  • Problems are identified and can be resolved before a sale is finalized.
  • Owners know accurate locations and dimensions of buildings, improvements, rights-of-way, and encroachments relative to boundaries of their property.
  • Purchasers know the physical dimensions of the property.
  • Financing usually requires verified survey information.
  • Property transactions are simplified.
  • Development and building permits require boundary information.

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