Subscribers can now add an additional parent land title to a Project, which can be used in a multi-stage development project to represent a different developmental stage within a project.
To add a new parent land title, the Project must be flagged as a multiple stage Project and contain Workspaces without child titles. Each Project (and its Workspaces without child land title) can have a single active parent land title at any given time. When a new land title is added, Workspaces within the Project that do not have child titles inherits this new parent title.
Adding an additional parent land title
To add a new parent land title, the Project must be flagged as a multiple stage Project.
Create a new PEXA Project and selectYesto Do you intend to have more than one stage in this project. By selectingYes, the Subscriber will be able to add another parent title to the project once the Plan of Subdivision has been registered for its existing parent title.
Add a new parent land title:
On thePEXA Projectsdashboard, open the project you just created.
ClickEdit Project Details.
UnderGeneral project details, click+ add another Parent Land Title.
Note: The active land title is marked with a green tick. Any new Workspaces created in the Project will inherit the parent title that is active at the time the Workspace is created.
Enter a new parent land title reference and clickSave Project Details. Workspaces that do not have child titles will now inherit the new parent title.
Check the updated land title:
You can check the updated land title in the PEXA Exchange platform.
In PEXA Exchange, open one of the Project’s Workspace and navigate to theLand Titlesscreen. For Workspaces without child titles, the inherited parent land title is shown here.
Expand theLand Title Referenceto view its details. Note: There can be only one active parent land title per project.