A topographical survey, also known as land survey, is the determination of in-depth man-made and natural features in a construction site through scanning process. A topographical survey captures spatial information about a site and its natural and man-made land features. Our professional Plymouth’s topographical surveys can distinguish all features, including physical boundary details, land features and property, in a particular site. Plymouth’s surveyors and technicians deliver precise topographic maps to help architects, engineers, building contractors, and homeowners visualise their site with clarity for any planned development.
A topographical survey is a crucial undertaking for successful outcomes, as it is always lawfully recommended for your project. Receive a topographical survey from our professional and experienced team to have a complete picture of the land you want to develop.
A topographical survey is usually the initial step in the process of developing a site. In the light of this, it is needful that the survey clearly captures the land to enable developers and workers onsite to know exactly what they are working on. The survey is needed for planning purposes, such as new buildings, drainage works, as well as re-positioning of boundaries. Conducting a topographical survey or land survey provides a clear and detailed understanding of the land’s topography, as well as the site’s conditions to help you proceed with construction and design works.
There are two methods commonly used to complete a topographic survey, namely: