Where am I?
Large properties may be unfenced and boundary lines unmarked. It is quite common for firebreak inspectors to be unable to determine which property they are inspecting. Often they will call the office for advice, and in at least one instance the resulting infringement was sent to the incorrect property owner. Fortunately the recipient was reasonable, but this isn't always the case.
In WA's south west, another council records firebreak inspections by standing in front of a property with a whiteboard containing property details, photographing first the board, then the problem found regarding that property.
Inspect's mapping component shows you where you are, including the property boundaries. There is no longer any need to disturb your office staff to confirm property details. Court quality photographic evidence provided against each identified will also ensure you spend less of your valuable time defending your decisions.