The official site plan is a crucial part of your building application documents. It represents all factual and legal circumstances for the building plot and the immediate surroundings that are relevant for the building permit.

In the official site plan, facts recorded by surveying are certified by the publicly appointed surveyor with a seal and signature. It is therefore one of the sovereign activities.

On the one hand, the official Site plan brings the building plot into the office for you and your architect. This gives you a solid basis on which you can plan in a qualified manner. On the other hand, the official site plan enables the building authority to assess your building project in terms of building regulations for the building permit.

Data from various sources are brought together in the official site plan:

The situation with existing buildings, streets, terrain heights, trees, etc. is determined by a current, local survey. So we drive to the building site and measure the entire topography.

Other information, such as owner and area of ​​the building plot and the neighboring plots, are taken from the real estate cadastre. The property boundaries are examined. The existing boundary signs are searched for and compared with the evidence in the cadastral figures. As a result, the legal property boundaries are shown in the official site plan.

Further information from official sources supplements the plan, for example from the land register, from the register of building encumbrances or from development plans.

The minimum content of the official site plan is regulated in § 7 of the Brandenburg Building Regulations. He contains

  • The north direction and scale,
  • The designation of the building plot and the neighboring plots in the real estate cadastre and land register with the respective owner information,
  • The boundaries, parcel numbers and areas of the parcels,
  • The terrain heights on the building site, the height of the road and the floor, eaves and ridge heights of the existing buildings,
  • The adjacent public road,
  • If the municipality has drawn up a development plan, the stipulations made there, e.g. on the extent of structural use and on the land areas that can and cannot be built on,
  • Easements or building encumbrances, e.g. rights of way,
  • Trees and forest on the building plot,
  • Existing buildings on the building plot and on the neighboring plots.

We will provide you with the official site plan on paper at a scale of 1:200. In addition, we can also provide the official site plan as a PDF, DXF or DWG file on request, so that your architect can continue working with it directly in his CAD system.

As soon as your architect has completed the approval planning, he will send us the construction drawings. We make the project entry, ie we enter the planned house with its clearance areas, parking spaces, etc. in the official site plan. If necessary, we also calculate the basic and floor area numbers and prove that the upper limits set in the development plan are observed.

The situation with existing buildings, streets, terrain heights, trees, etc. is determined by a current, local survey. So we drive to the building site and measure the entire topography.

Other information, such as owner and area of ​​the building plot and the neighboring plots, are taken from the real estate cadastre. The property boundaries are examined. The existing boundary signs are searched for and compared with the evidence in the cadastral figures. As a result, the legal property boundaries are shown in the official site plan.

Further information from official sources supplements the plan, for example from the land register, from the register of building encumbrances or from development plans.

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