An enhanced site plan is a map of your property built in AutoCAD on a scaled sheet. The site plan can map out your structures, setbacks, easements, existing and future septic sites, stormwater areas and more. It is important to note that this is not a survey, which is an exact diagram for determining legal boundaries.
A site plan is a cost effective way to communicate your vision for property development - especially if you are going through the county permitting process. A site plan for permit enables you to plan and specify your vision for how the property should be developed. You can use it to delineate your septic system, drainfield, and reserve area. It can also help you save time and money by minimizing communication barriers between your architect, developer, excavator, and other contractors.
When selling a property, an enhanced site plan can help potential buyers to visualize the possibilities. It can also help you specify view corridors and easements and site-specific features that make your property unique.