• Land Surveying
• Boundary Surveys
• Plot Plans
• Site Plans
• Land Variance
• Boundary Disputes
• Subdivisions
• Septic Design
• Lot Line Stake-outs
• Flood (FEMA) Certifications
• Condominium Conversions
• Shoreland Permits
Septic Designs
NH Residential & Commercial Land Surveying and Septic System Services
Topographic Survey, GPS Survey, As Built Survey

New Hampshire Subdivision Plans

Subdivide with S&H: The Experts on Subdivision Plans

NH Subdivision PlansSubdivisions involve standard surveying practices of office and field work along with the added element of permitting the project with local and State boards and agencies.

People subdivide their property for different reasons. However, no matter what size your property is — we put our expertise to work to make the subdivision process as simple as possible. We will give you a free assessment of the development potential of your property prior to starting any work. We will state all issues and costs that we anticipate up-front. The following are considered types of subdivisions in NH.


Some Components of a Subdivision include:

  • Resolving the boundary
  • Topographic surveys
  • A Review of all state and local regulations
  • Lot Calculations
  • Wetland Delineation
  • Soil Investigation and lot loading calculations
  • Test Pits
  • Submission of subdivision plans to town and/or state officials
  • Presentation of subdivision plans to town and/or state officials (If Necessary)

Don't Worry about Permitting or Applications; We'll do it for You

At S&H Land Services, we're experts when it comes to knowing what towns and cities require. Because of that, we do everything that's necessary the first time — saving you money in the long run.

Bottom line: we take care of everything — meaning less stress, less wait, and lower costs.

If you have any questions about subdivision plans, lot line adjustments, or condo conversion plans, please don't hesitate to contact us.


Learn More: Condo Conversion Plans

If you own a multi-family rental property and would like to convert it into condos — you'll need condo conversion plans drawn up.

For each condo conversion plan, we survey the property and draft all of the required, site, floor and elevation plans. We also work with several attorneys that can assist you in preparing the proper Condominium Documents.

Learn More: Lot Line Adjustments and Lot Line Agreements

S&H Land Services Makes Lot Line Adjustments Simple

NH Residential Land Surveying, New Hampshire Commercial Land Surveying, Septic System ServicesDo you want to transfer land between adjacent lots? Maybe you've agreed to sell land to a neighbor? Regardless of the situation, you'll need a lot line adjustment — also referred to as a boundary line adjustment.

A lot line adjustment is technically a subdivision. Generally it is less expensive than a subdivision and requires less permitting.

When Would I Need a Lot Line Agreement?

A lot line agreement occurs rarely. A lot line agreement becomes necessary after a property has been surveyed and the original property line cannot be determined. The abutting land owners would then record a Lot Line Agreement Plan showing the agreed upon boundary at the registry of deeds.


Whether you have questions regarding subdivision plans, lot line adjustments, Condo Conversions or a lot line agreement — S&H Land Services can help. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact us.