Reason for creating an official site plan

In terms of content, additional information is brought together in an official site plan based on the cadastral map at a scale of 1:500, which is necessary for the professional assessment of the admissibility of the projects applied for. The scope of the entries depends on the purpose of the application.

Official site plans are required to apply for a permit for a construction project, to apply for a permit to divide developed properties or to apply for a building encumbrance entry.

Work steps

After local determination of the required data, these are entered in the site plan. Depending on the purpose of the application, planned and existing construction sites, planned boundaries, planned construction projects and other information relevant to planning are incorporated into the official site plan.

Other documents required for the creation of the official Site plan, such as information on existing building encumbrances, encumbrances entered in the land register or relevant statutes and their specifications are requested from the commissioned surveying agency. 

An official site plan is notarized by the commissioned publicly appointed surveyor or cadastral authority with public faith.

Particularities

If approval for the division of a developed plot of land can only be granted subject to a building encumbrance being entered, then an official site plan must be drawn up in accordance with Section 17 of the Building Inspection Regulation and another in accordance with Section 18 of the Building Inspection Regulation.

Official site plans

Official site plans are required for building applications in accordance with the Building Permissions Ordinance and some other property matters.

It consists of a written and a graphic part. The written part describes the building site, the builder, the building project and, if necessary, refers to existing building encumbrances. The graphic part shows the building plot in its most current form. We may be able to show other entries such as building lines or the building project.

In Lower Saxony there is a simple and a qualified official site plan.

In many cases, a “simple official site plan”, which is created on the basis of the property map, is sufficient. However, if it is a matter of maximum utilization of the property, of maintaining distances or if this is required by the building permit authority, then a “qualified site plan” is required. This may be re-charted for the specific case.

Both plans can also be provided in digital form.

It should be pointed out that digital data relating to the borders were partly created by digitization. Even if a high degree of accuracy can be accessed and suggested with this data, this data is partly based on older map series that have only been digitized. So if you want to plan with such data, we recommend consulting our office so that a property is not over- or under-exploited or even neighborly interests are disturbed.

with public faith.

Particularities

If approval for the division of a developed plot of land can only be granted subject to a building encumbrance being entered, then an official site plan must be drawn up in accordance with Section 17 of the Building Inspection Regulation and another in accordance with Section 18 of the Building Inspection Regulation.

Official site plans

Official site plans are required for building applications in accordance with the Building Permissions Ordinance and some other property matters.

It consists of a written and a graphic part. The written part describes the building site, the builder, the building project and, if necessary, refers to existing building encumbrances. The graphic part shows the building plot in its most current form. We may be able to show other entries such as building lines or the building project.

In Lower Saxony there is a simple and a qualified official site plan.

In many cases, a “simple official site plan”, which is created on the basis of the property map, is sufficient. However, if it is a matter of maximum utilization of the property, of maintaining distances or if this is required by the building permit authority, then a “qualified site plan” is required. This may be re-charted for the specific case.

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