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After an initial meeting (or meetings), your architect will start to gather key information such as the certificate of title, drainage plans and zoning and town planning information. Sometimes you, as the client, may have some of this information or can help collect it, but this should be clearly discussed to avoid any confusion. The architect may also need to have your site surveyed, on your behalf, to accurately define contours and boundaries. Issues with regard to existing planting, water courses and soil type may also need to be addressed.
by Marc Williams