A boundary survey is usually required when there is a dispute between two or more parties who disagree on the location, ownership or liabilities of a boundary.
Boundary surveys are conducted to compare legal and physical borders.
To survey a boundary, you'll need experience and the right tools. Disto and tape measures are insufficient for surveying a border.
Whether you need a boundary survey to resolve a property dispute, to precisely draw your boundary for area calculations, to register a new plot of land with the Land Registry, or simply to obtain a plan for your own records, we can help.