Each lot of Real Property land, i.e. land that is used for residential or commercial purposes, on which a Strata Scheme building is built, must be subdivided into a Strata Plan (SP). That is, all Strata Schemes are represented through a Strata Plan.

A Strata Plan is a registered document that includes several pages with descriptions, sketches and important information about the lots. It contains two parts; the administration sheets and plan documents containing location plan and floor.

The administration document includes the name and address for service of notices, by-laws and schedule of unit entitlement. It also covers approvals for the plan (i.e. the strata certificate and surveyor certificate), signatures and seals. These administrative documents are approved forms that are numbered separately from the plan drawing sheets.

Types of Strata Plans:

Strata Plan

The original plan and the scheme commences upon its registration.

Strata Plan Of Subdivision:

Section 13 and 14 Strata Schemes Development Act 2015

This plan subdivides lots, lots and common property or common property to produce new lots or new lots and common property.

Strata Plan of Consolidation:

Section 15 Strata Schemes Development Act 2015

This plan consolidates two or more lots in to a single lot.

Building Alteration Plan:

Section 19 Strata Schemes Development Act 2015

This plan depicts the boundaries of lots that have changed in the manner that they were previously defined.

You can order a plan for any property in NSW via credit card here.