Land and Building Surveying
Land and measured building surveyors play a vital role in supporting the design and development of new properties and the maintenance of existing ones. Working in collaboration with architects, house builders and consulting engineers, Technics provide the digital data to plan for the development of both residential and commercial properties.
The purpose of land or measured building survey is to identify the critical features on site to assess any impact on feasibility and planning for a project.
Chartered land and building surveyors also offer legal advice regarding land, property or boundary disputes.
To find out more about our land and measured building surveying services, or to discuss your specific requirements, please call our head office on 01483 230 080 or click here to contact us.
What is a measured building surveying?
A measured building surveyor carries out an accurate digital plan of building structures and internal features and services. A variety of building surveys can be undertaken to support the decision making process on any given project. The specification of works is pivotal to the methodology and output Technics can provide. For example; a higher level of accuracy is required for a measured survey to facilitate structural alterations. If lease plans or NET internals areas are needed, then a lower level of accuracy can be delivered within the RICS guidelines
What do land surveyors do?
A land surveyor measures an agreed project area to record the features and the topography in three-dimensions. Experienced or qualified land surveyors recognise how critical the data surveyed is for project planning. An accurate graphical record of the site is paramount for all consultants involved in the project from start to finish.
Land surveys are required for a range of reasons, such as planning for new housing development, highway alterations or an extension to an existing property.
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