Undertaking due diligence on highways is an important consideration in any conveyancing transaction. For example, some small areas of land that are not identified as publicly maintained highways may become a right of way dispute, while ransom strips can potentially affect property values and development potential.
The report is compiled by the Councils directly using official highways data.
|Key Features||Why this matters|
|Provides detail responses from relevant highways department.||Uses the most up-to-date data from the relevant authority|
|Identifies where a property abuts a publicly maintainable highway and if there is any intervening land between property and public highway.||Gives buyer appropriate information on the property’s relationship to public highways.|
|Includes a plan showing the extent of highways and adopted roads in relation to the property.||Contains the most relevant information from the appropriate highways department.|