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The Registrar-General’s Plan Presentation Guidelines (PPG) describes the requirements for property related plans lodged Land Services SA in South Australia.
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Lodge your cadastral survey plans through the Electronic Plan Lodgement System.
Land Services have developed a Guidance Note to assist Industry Professionals when completing an "Application for Rectification of Boundaries under s223J of the Real Property Act 1886."
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On 21 April 2021, Land Services SA and the South Australian Government officially launched a new approach to lodging cadastral survey plans through the Electronic Plan Lodgement (EPL) system.
Known as Digital Plan Lodgement, the solution is comprised of interdependent initiatives that support the digital transformation of the survey industry through:
From 4 April 2022, as advised in NTLP-245, all plans lodged through the EPL system will be required to be lodged as CAD DWG files, prepared to the published CAD Standard.
The CAD Standard developed in consultation with Industry representatives defines a standardised approach to the preparation of a drawing file. The CAD Standard coexists with the Registrar-General’s Plan Presentation Guidelines.
The following are examples drawings of common plan types that have been prepared in accordance with the CAD Standard. These are provided to assist Industry in the interpretation and application of the CAD Standard
A suite of purpose-built CAD tools is available to support industry in preparing a drawing file that meets the requirements of the published CAD Standard. These CAD tools are compatible with the following CAD software packages:
To request access to the CAD Tools please contact LSSA via [email protected]
A series of short training videos have been created that focus on how to apply Land Services SA’s CAD Standard Template and Tool Palette for the preparation of DWG files for lodgement. The instructional videos cover various common CAD software packages.
Pre-lodgement validation is initiated when a drawing file is uploaded into the Electronic Plan Lodgement Portal. Click on the link below to view a description of the validations that are currently being applied at upload.
If you have any questions on Digital Plan Lodgement or require support in adopting the CAD Standard, please contact the Digital Plan Lodgement support team [email protected]
Land Services SA’s Commitment to Innovation
Land Services SA is known for creating innovative solutions that deliver value to our clients and the Community, and as such we continue to invest in technology and innovation in South Australia.
The Digital Plan Lodgement solution is the first of its kind in Australia, with South Australia continuing in their proud legacy of being forerunners in property technology, services, and innovation.
The introduction of Digital Plan Lodgement demonstrates excellent collaboration and partnership between the State, Land Services SA, and Surveying Industry to deliver a solution that improves the quality of submitted plans and reduces costs to Property Developers.