All survey work done by this firm is carried out by a Registered
Surveyor only. The work includes field work, calculations, preparations
and the checking of plans.
By legislation, only Registered Surveyors can certify surveys
that deal with the cadastre (boundaries). For further
clarification please call the Board of Surveyors on 63328238.
This firm thinks so highly of the role of the Registered Surveyor
that it will only send out a field party if a Registered Surveyor leads
it. In this firm’s opinion, only when this is the case, can the
Registered Surveyor really know what is going on in the field and so
check correctly the boundaries, the calculations and drafting of the
This firm also takes pride in showing the actual boundary on all
detail surveys it does. If there are any problems with the boundary, it
will spell them out and indicate what can be done. Many other firms do
not do this (ie. Registered surveyors do not do the field work.)
Problems may and do arise when the boundaries are not properly checked
before development commences. These would not occur if a registered
surveyor had checked the boundaries with the first survey, and had
identified any problems and suggested solutions in the first place.
The fees this firm charges for a detail survey are usually very
similar to the fees charged for the surveys offered by other firms who
do not investigate the boundary.
When you compare our quote with those of our competitors, be sure to
compare “apples with apples” and do not simply compare costs. Pay
attention to what you are getting for your money and check that a
qualified registered surveyor is actually doing the survey for you.