Registration by a Corporation as a Surveyor - Queensland

Service summary

This registration is required for a person to operate as a surveyor.

It is up to the applicant to obtain a copy of the Surveyors Act 2003.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Definition of terms

Surveyor

means a person registered as a surveyor under the Surveyors Act 2003

Eligibility requirements


You must currently be registered as a surveyor with a consulting surveyor.

Duration

This registration remains in effect until 31 December each year and is renewed in the period from October to December.

Fees

You can obtain information on fees from the agency.

Application

Submit the apporpriate application form to the Board.  A corporation who intends to practice as a surveyor will be required to pay an application fee plus an annual registration fee.

The following documents must be submitted with the application:

  • Copy of Professional Indemnity Insurance (min $1,000,000) or Certificate of Currency
  • Copy of the current Business Letterhead.

Approval by the Board Members during a Board Meeting is required before the registration is granted.


Transfer details

This registration cannot be transferred.


Administering agency

Surveyors Board of Queensland

Act(s) name

Surveyors Act 2003 (Queensland)

Regulation(s) name

Surveyors Regulation 2014 (Queensland)

Contact details

Executive Officer
Surveyors Board of Queensland
Surveyors Board of Queensland


Operating address:
Unit 18
Level 4 Kenlynn Centre
457 Upper Edward Street
Spring Hill, Queensland 4000
Mailing address:
PO Box 656
Spring Hill, Queensland 4004

Phone:

07 3839 7744
admin@sbq.com.au

Website:

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