Clause 60(c) Surveying and Spatial Information Regulation 2012 requires that, where available, the survey must indicate the street address or all of the street addresses of the land concerned in the format required.
In this regard the Registrar General requires a table of addresses to be provided for each deposited plan where titles will be created for the lots; for example, subdivision, consolidation and redefinition.
The addresses, as allocated by the local council, should be provided on the administration sheets in a table as shown in the example below. If an address or part of an address is not available this should be indicated
|Lot||Street number||Street name||Street type||Locality|
If the local council has not allocated street addresses for any lots in the plan the table may be replaced by a note similar to the following example, 'Street addresses are not available for any lots in the plan'.