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3D Laser Scanning & Heritage Buildings

3D Laser Scanning & Heritage Buildings

Land surveyors play an important role in the building, construction and development industries. From land mapping to residential subdivision surveys, land surveyors assist in a wide range of important applications. Another important and interesting aspect of their work is heritage architectural scanning. Using a 3D laser scanner, land surveyors are able to carry out detailed

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Land Surveying A Brief History

Land Surveying: A Brief History

Land surveys and land mapping are an integral part of every town and city. You may not be aware of it but surveying is essential to most construction, engineering, and mapping projects and it has been around for centuries. In fact, surveying has been around for approximately 6,000 years. Evidence of land surveying has been

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A Land Survey Should Be Part Of The House Buying Process

There are plenty of guides to purchasing your home out there, but a pre-purchase land survey isn’t always included as essential. Purchasing a home is an investment, so it is important that the process is not rushed. Along with a pest inspection and building inspection, a land survey is a key step in avoiding major

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Do I Need A Survey For A Fence?

Do I Need A Survey For A Fence?

Did you know that fences are frequently erected in the wrong place? In other words, a fence should be located on a property boundary, but this is often not the case. The only way to determine the location of your boundaries is to have an identification survey performed by a licensed surveyor. So before you

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land subdivision surveys

Land Subdivision Surveys

A subdivision is a complicated matter that involves many steps before a successful completion can be achieved. If you’re hoping to subdivide you’ll need the assistance of expert surveyors and land mappers. When it comes to Shoalhaven land surveying, there’s no better choice than our team here at Leslie & Thompson. Here’s how we can

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When Do I Need A Land Survey

When Do I Need A Land Survey

Surveying is used to measure land and property, but not everyone is aware of the various circumstances when they might need a survey. To assist our customers, we’ve outlined some common scenarios when a survey may be required. When Land is Purchased When purchasing a parcel of land, an identification survey will be needed. This

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construction surveys

The Importance of Construction Surveys

Surveyors still play a major role in construction work and are needed in the planning and design of both large and small projects including: Residential developments Commercial developments Subdivisions   Although new technological advances make the surveyor’s work somewhat more streamlined, surveyors still require a high level of specialised training to provide a precise and

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Land Surveying Can Save You Money

How Land Surveying Can Save You Money

As a homeowner or property developer, it’s not unusual to look for ways to save money. Keeping expenses down is important whether you’re building a commercial structure or buying a new home. But the key is to save money in the right places. One area in which you shouldn’t skimp is the land survey. Some

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Removing Trees

Removing Trees? Make Sure They’re Yours

There are many reasons you may choose to remove trees from your property. Trees that are dead or in poor condition could pose a safety risk to your buildings and to people on the property. Some trees could be a storm hazard. And still other trees may simply interfere with your building plans or your

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Compulsory Acquisition and Land Surveying

Compulsory Acquisition and Land Surveying

Is your land well and truly yours? Private ownership of a land is an important factor in our society, but in many cases, the government can obtain use of your land. This is called land acquisition, land resumption, compulsory acquisition, or compulsory purchase expropriation, and refers to eminent domain: the government’s right to seize privately-owned

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