Queensland proposes changes to survey audits

By on 29 August, 2022

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The Queensland Department of Resources and Titles Queensland (TQ) are proposing to change the way cadastral surveys and survey plans are audited.

Instead of doing an audit on all plans targeting specific items which affect the suitability for registration, TQ is proposing to do a full audit on a sample of plans including a field check.

Other than for a few items needed for TQ to fulfil its business requirements and for surveys involving state land, it is proposed that all audits will be undertaken after lodgement with and registration.

Another aspect of the proposed new processes is that accreditation will be discontinued and all surveys will be processed in the same manner.

A full discussion paper has been published online, which encapsulates the proposed process and the full reasons for the proposed changes.

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