What is a hunter report?
Throughout the years of working with a variety of clients over a range of projects, there has been one consistent and common complaint – finding out too late in the design and approval process about restrictions imposed due to planning requirements, underground services and other development requirements.
Devcert then developed a service we call Hunter to provide this important development information and remove the guess work for building designers, architects, landowners and prospective landowners. Devcert’s Hunter reports provide the critical design information about your property.
What can a Hunter report tell me?
Our Hunter reports can tell you if the land you own or are considering purchasing has any restrictions due to design codes, siting requirements, location of sewers & storm water drains, bushfire and floods, transport noise corridors, planning overlays, easements, and more.
Why should I get a Hunter report?
If you’re considering purchasing land, a land information memorandum or report can actually save you money, if it’s done early. By understanding all of the restrictions and requirements of the property you will be better positioned to make decisions about the land in the future.
Devcert’s Hunter Report Finds:
- The applicable design codes & siting requirements
- The location of sewers & storm water drains etc
- Bushfire and flood prone areas
- Transport noise corridors
- Planning overlays