BUILDING PERMITS

OPERATION AUTHORIZATIONS

ENGINEER’S CERTIFICATE

TOPOGRAPHIC DIAGRAMS

ENERGY
PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES

OPERATION AUTHORIZATIONS (HEALTH INTEREST VENUES)

STATIC STUDIES

TRANSFER OF PROPERTY

TOPOGRAPHIC DIAGRAMS

For a topographic diagram, which is essentially a comprehensive topographic study, it is necessary to perform the following tasks:

  1. Field measurements with GPS or with a Total Station or a combination of both.
  2. Office work (processing and control for the quality of measurements, design performance).
  3. Research by the engineer on the integrity – feasibility of construction on the property, the building conditions, the perimeter of the settlement, the expropriation limits, etc.

WHERE IS REQUIRED:

The most common reasons for writing a topographic chart are:

  • Issue of building permits.
  • Notarial acts and other legal acts (real estate transfer, parental grants, donations inter vivos).
  • Legalization of illegal constructions.
  • Forest Records Certificates.
  • Marking on land-plots.
  • Implementation (layout) of street and building lines.
  • Implementation on the ground of building-constructions (layout of foundation).
  • Separation – Division of Properties into smaller properties that are eligible for building.
  • Implementation Operations and Implementation Corrective Action.
  • Statements of Objection by the Land Register.
  • Actuarial Act.
  • Licensing for photovoltaic and wind farms.
  • Conveyance to adjacent property, etc.

Our office compiles all the topographic diagrams in the Greek Geodetic Reference System 1987 in order for owners to be able to identify their property directly and accurately at any time in the future (without the use of old methods of displaying and stamping of fixed points – constructions, placements, place names, neighbors’ report, etc).

The most important factors that impact the cost of a topographic diagram apart from its area, is whether this is inside or outside town planning, the slope of the terrain, its vegetation, the existence or lack of structures within the plot and the purpose for which it will be used.

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