These are often used for site and development proposals such as when lodging Resource Consent applications with the local authority. They are usually accompanied by a detailed report outlining the relevant points of the project in relation to matters such as the District Plan.
These are generally wooden or plastic survey pegs placed in the ground to mark a boundary position. Boundary marks can also be aluminum disks placed in top of posts, in concrete footings for fence lines or at base of posts, or in any other concrete structures. They are not to be tampered with. When erecting fence posts at boundary positions, they should be positioned as close to the survey peg as practicable without interfering to the survey peg.
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