The following information relates to recording the accuracy class of a boundary, and the annotations required for magnetic bearings and missing bearings or distances on boundaries that have been accepted, in a CSD.
A CSD Plan must include the accuracy class of each boundary [r 9.4(a)]. This also applies to all water, irregular, and permanent structure boundaries, whether new, adopted, or accepted.
In the case of permanent structure boundaries where the information is depicted in a CSD as aspatial information (ie not captured digitally), the accuracy class could be recorded in the survey report.
On a Diagram of Survey an accepted boundary must be annotated [r 9.6.12] as:
- 'bearing unknown' or 'distance unknown' when there is a missing bearing or distance,
- 'magnetic bearing' when the bearing is magnetic.
Refer also to Boundary information in the CSD for parcels over 100 ha