Are you starting up a new project on your site? What you need the most is a topographical survey map. Without this map, a large or small project for that matter, cannot take off much successfully. Let us look at the importance and relevance of a topographical survey in any building you are going to plan and start: The most advantageous factor in a topographical survey is that, it can measure your site from horizontal as well as vertical view. From the horizontal point, a topographical survey can give you a clear cut idea about what is involved nearby. Either a few buildings, plantations on one side, water body on the other, everything can be clearly marked with this survey. Thus, if you are planning to build an industry, this aspect is highly essential. There is one more aspect of a topographical survey- the vertical one, in which the height of nearby constructions, or anything relevant, is given with respect to what you are planning, and their horizontal distances.
While most of us may think that establishing boundary lines on a piece of land is as easy as getting a measuring tape and your deed out, the truth is much more complicated than that. And only licensed and regulated land surveyors have the skills and means to assess a properties boundary lines properly. Most people would assume that the boundary survey starts with the measurement of the property, but in reality, the survey begins with the licensed surveyors Auckland searching for available records concerning the land surveyor must investigate and take under consideration past surveys, titles, and easements. Most properties today have been created from multiple divisions of a larger piece of property. Any time a division occurred and was not properly surveyed or recorded makes the current surveyors job more challenging.
Are you concerned about your property boundaries? Do you feel that the boundary in use is actually in the wrong position? Land surveyors often play a significant role in the resolving of land disputes. The surveyor can determine the exact property boundary, allowing you to tell whether your neighbor has built onto your land, or exactly where that fence is in relation to the official property line. Depending on the results of the land survey, the dispute may not even proceed further into the court system, saving you both time and money. Ideally, this independent third-party report will be enough for the dispute to come to an amicable conclusion. The land surveyor may even act as a sort of mediator to create a compromise solution to prevent problems. A land surveyor may also serve as an expert witness in court. This is particularly common in boundary disputes between neighboring landowners. When a registered surveyor is acting as an expert witness, the surveyor conducts an accurate site survey, producing a plan suitable for inclusion in an expert report which may be submitted to the court.
Survplanz Ltd knows that the appointment of the building surveyor in undertaking a building survey is to assist in the investment purchase. For this to be of benefit, the building surveyor must be properly briefed and understand the reasons why the investment is being considered to enable the advice provided to be appropriate. This would ensure that the building surveyor would not be simply critical about the property or merely provide a catalogue of defects and issues but be constructive in his advice, offer solutions to any shortcomings identified and practical advice on facilitating the asset enhancement. The land surveyors must use sound judgment in assessing the nature of their findings to ensure that they are weighted accordingly. This would ensure a concise report of relevant information is provided. As a result the old adage you get what you pay for is very true. However, this does not necessarily advocate higher fees, but that sound independent consultancy advice is often what is required rather than a commoditized report and inspection.