Topographic plan is a type of large-scale drawing that represents on a plane surface a specific area of the Earth's surface using conventional symbols. The topographic plan is constructed without considering the curvature of the contour lines. It maintains a constant scale in all directions and at any point.
Topographic plan of a plot is a document prepared based on the results of topographic surveying of an area. It represents a drawing of the elements of the site, terrain, and other objects on the ground, along with their technical and metric characteristics, using approved conventional symbols.
- Obtaining construction permits/documentation.
- Planning construction and reconstruction of buildings and structures.
- Preparation of the master plan for the development of the area.
- Designing the layout of engineering communications and their reconstruction.
- Conducting cadastral work.
- Landscaping of territories.
- Registration of newly formed land plots in ownership or lease.
- Vertical planning of any territory.
- Landscape design for land plots.