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Approval Reports & Titling

Approval Reports

SSKB has a team of professionals who can provide support to developers from the initial purchase of a new project site.

We will provide a consultative report on titling options detailing the positive and negative aspects of each option for the project. This report will also contain a breakdown of key stakeholders and their potential rights within the scheme.

This report is designed to assist developers in the early planning stages prior to the Development Approval. We have also found that incorporating our report into a pre-planned management strategy reduces the number of information requests, which in turn will save our clients both time and money.

Titling Reports

Unique sites may require an alternative titling structure, such as Easement sharing networks for various components to be able to relate. Royal Pines Marina Precinct is one such recent model, utilizing the Easement network model for the best possible outcome. Our Developer Consulting Team can assist with alternate titling models, for the more unique projects.


Consulting for sites where a leasehold arrangement is required or needs to be considered, can be accommodated by our Developer Consulting Team. Under this model the land or area is not owned by the end parties, but a lease is granted over the site with a structure similar to a scheme put in place. Working through these models early with a body corporate/owners corporation Consultant can ensure that any considerations relating to rules and infrastructure are finalized.

Company Title

Schemes can be registered as a Company Title; examples are Great Barrier Reef Yacht Club Villas and Poinciana Lodge Magnetic Island Marina. Companies still have common areas whether they are owned or under lease with the legal documentation supporting them, such as articles, rules and governance provisions. Consulting and establishment services are unique and require a comprehensive system to ensure compliance, especially where ASIC are involved with strict notification requirements and financial penalties for non-compliance with Company provisions.