What is on a location plan?
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The basic purpose of a location plan is to show the building and any lots outside the building in relation to the parcel boundary. The location plan is prepared on Strata Plan Form 2, on a separate sheet from the floor plan(s). Your Location Plan must show the following:
- A north point (pointing upwards) to orient the plan.
- The external boundaries of the land and their lengths.
- The external limits of the building and any other structures used to define the lots on the floor plan.
- The identity of the building (that is, the street number, the number of levels, and its external construction materials).
- The boundaries of any lots not within the main building.