Adelaide & Regional South Australia
Community Strata divisions are often associated with multi storey developments, where lots exist above other lots. A plan sheet depicting the various lots is drawn for each level of the building. The boundaries for each lot are defined by the physical buildings and structures themselves – there are generally no dimensions shown to individual lot boundaries.
This means that in a new building development, the Community Strata process cannot be completed until the building structure is complete and the boundaries are defined by the structures. The structure of a building is considered to be part of the Common Property of the Community Scheme. A Community Strata division can be used for existing or new developments, for as few as two lots, or for a large number of lots in multi storey developments.
We can undertake the preparation of the land division application and the necessary survey and plan preparation work that will lead to the creation of your Community Strata scheme and its individual lots.