The GeoDesktop Report is a concise preliminary geo-environmetal desktop report.
Get Site Intelligence for any property in NSW within 48 hours.
The report uses cutting edge GIS technology to compile data from published and unpublished mapping sources and the growing GeoReports investigation database. Each GeoDesktop Report is then carefully reviewed by a Chartered Engineer with over 20 years of experience.
- Includes search of over 25 data sources compiled into a convenient pdf report, emailed within 48-72 hours
- Provides a rapid screening tool to assess site suitability and risk for government, contractors, consultants, developers, legal and financial advisors
- Mapping showing the general distribution of expected subsurface materials including geology, soil landscapes, acid sulfate soils, topography, flooding, insights from selected reports and borehole data, published groundwater and site contamination data in addition to optional detailed borehole log information (premium report only).
- Ideal for pre-feasibility and due diligence site assessment
- Suits many Council requirements for DA-stage assessment of geo-environmental conditions (check with your Council as specific requirements vary)
- Reports are available for small (<1ha) or large (>1ha) sites.
- Premium reports are available for those clients who wish to receive eligible borehole logs and geo-environmental reports within 500m of the subject site (up to 50 boreholes and 5 reports may be provided).
- Available for any site in NSW – See Sample Report HERE or click on image below
Each GeoDesktop Report Includes:
|Summary – Geo-environmental Risk Factor Rating*|
|Site imagery – Recent|
|Site imagery – Historical (1943 – where available)|
|Landslip and mine subsidence|
|Acid sulfate soils (ASS) and salinity|
|Existing investigations – mapping and tables|
|Groundwater bores – mapping and tables|
* An overall Risk Factor Rating is provided in each report based on six geotechnical and environmental risk indicators, weighted using property development risk ratings published by Newell, G and Steglick, M (University of Western Sydney), Assessing the Importance of Property Development Risk Factors, Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, Vol 12, No 1
Risk indicators considered include:
- Typical Site Gradient
- Geo-Hazard (Landslip and Mine Subsidence)
- Suitability to Support Structures
- Acid Sulfate Soils & Salinity
- Contamination Indicators
|NSW ePlanning Property Report|
|NSW Land Registry Cadastral Records Search Report|
|Relevant Soil Landscape Data Sheets|
|Soil Profile Reports (where available in search extent)|
|Detailed Investigation Borehole Logs (Premium Report only)|
|WaterNSW Groundwater Bore Records (where available in search extent)|