Merger of plots
You want to merge two or more plots of land under one lot number?
The merging process begins with the request of data from the property registry (only land surveyors can request this type of “technical” data, which is essential for the merging to be carried out) and the on-site survey of the property to be merged. The surveyor then draws up a survey plan and submits it to the Land Registry Office, which then validates it (technically verifies it) and, if everything is in order, certifies it with a stamp. The surveyor hands over the validated survey plan to the client and the surveyor has finished his work.
After this, the client, or more precisely the owner(s), must sign the survey plan and take it to the local government together with an application, then the government should contribute to the merging by means of a decision, since it has already approved it preliminarily.
With the legally binding decision of the local government and the survey plan - which already bears the stamp of the local government - it is necessary to go back to the Land Registry Office, where the change will be transferred, which means that the map and the title deed will show the status created by the merging ordered by the client.
Merger of plots
As the name suggests, merger of plots is a process of merging several plots of land, which can be carried out with the help of land surveyors.
Merger of plots, also known as land consolidation, is the process of bringing two or more plots of land under one lot number, which must be carried out by a land surveyor. Obviously, this is necessary if a plot of land is not large enough for the building to be constructed on, but the neighbouring plot(s) can be purchased and the original construction plan can be carried out.
It is important to note that a building lot can only be developed up to a certain percentage of its area: usually around 25%, but in large cities and in the building zones of weekend plots this can vary considerably. The smallest building plots are 300-400 square meters, but for detached buildings, plots of less than 700 square meters are very rare. In metropolitan areas, development ratios are much higher than the above - 50, 70, 80 or even 100% - but for developments that require large amounts of green space, it is not uncommon to see development ratios of 20, 15 or even 10%. This is when merger of plots, which is basically a bureaucratic process, is necessary.
During the merger, the plots must undergo an on-site survey, which must be carried out by a land surveyor. After that, a property merger survey plan is prepared and submitted to the local Land Registry Office, together with the completed documents. This is followed by assessment, approval, waiting for neighbours to appeal, transfer of the change, and then the construction can begin!
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Merger of plots in Pest County: contact us for land consolidation!
A land consolidation, also known as a merger of plots, as the name implies, is required when two or more plots of land are to be brought under a single lot number.
If you want to start the construction of a building, you will need a plot of land of the right size, on which you will only be able to construct a building in a certain proportion. If the plot is too small, there is only one way to enlarge it: buy the neighbouring plots, or at least part of them, and then merge them into a single plot of land that is large enough to accommodate the planned building. This process is called merger of plots, also known as land consolidation, and requires the help of a surveyor.
Land consolidation, like any other land-related administration, is a complex process that a non-specialist will certainly not be able to follow, but it is not only to avoid mistakes that the expertise of land surveyors is needed. The plots to be merged must undergo an on-site survey by the land surveyors, after which a property merger survey plan is prepared and submitted to the local Land Registry Office, together with the completed documents. This is followed by assessment, approval, waiting for neighbours to appeal, transfer of the change, and only then can you sit back and relax because the land consolidation is finally complete.
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