The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) CALABARZON now accepts online applications for survey plan approval using the latest e-SurveyPlan 2.0 R2.

The online submission and verification of survey returns was implemented to maximize the use of digital platforms and to continuously provide services to the clients despite the COVID-19 situation pursuant to the provisions of the Republic Act No. 11469 or the “Bayanihan to Heal as One Act”.

As such, the regional department through the Surveys and Mapping Division (SMD) advises all concerned Geodetic Engineers to submit their validated Digital Land Survey Data (DLSD) file and scanned copies of survey documents in .pdf format using e-SurveyPlan 2.0 R2 downloadable through the link:

SMD advises also that all DLSD file validated from e-SurveyPlan 2.0 R1 or any other old versions will be automatically rejected by the KIOSK upon uploading. Moreover, they will no longer accept submission through email.

The regional division will allow submission of hardcopies of survey returns on appointment basis. However, they will not entertain walk-in clients without scheduled appointment. Priority lane for Senior GEs is set on Wednesdays.

E-SurveyPlan is an easy to use windows application under the Land Administration and Management System designed for the preparation of survey plans in digital format.

As compared to the older versions, e-SurveyPlan 2.0 R2 offers improved and fixed error when submitting DLSD through online; improved performance in opening and saving complex subdivision with 2,000 lots and above; improved downloading of survey documents with e-SurveyPlan Credit Account and added feature for downloading survey plan; fixed and rerouted updates to the server of the Land Management Bureau; improved performance when refreshing map; added spatial and mathematical verification of resultant lots against block lots; increased maximum characters allowed for survey name and claimant; and added records count for each map layer.

Those who have queries and other concerns regarding this matter may contact SMD through email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or hotline numbers 09562709100 and 09983331572.###