Use this form:
When you wish to;
- Merge two or more existing parcels into one (combination)
- Split an existing parcel into one or more parts (subdivision)
- Combine one or more existing parcels for to allow for a subdivision where the new boundaries extend over more than one parcel (repacellation)
The three different processes are commonly known as mutations, as a parcel boundaries are mutated from one shape to another.
In submitting this form you should enclose the following (where applicable):
- Removal of any Restrictions or Cautions, or consent of cautioner (if required)
- A plan, clearly and accurately indicating the requirements of the mutation (normally prepared by a Licensed Land Surveyor)
- Planning Consent or a letter from Planning stating that they have granted permission. This will often require a restriction to be placed on the property until certain requirements of the physical mutation have occured.
|Per Parcel created
When completing the form ensure that:
- The form is completed in duplicate, with both copies being submitted to the Department
- Amendments are initialed by all parties. The use of correction fluid is not permitted