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Our surveying services

Mapping and Modelling

We quickly gather all relevant features and generate accurate site information by using the latest in GPS or conventional surveying methods.

Legal Surveys

Any project that deals with property ownership is likely to require a legal or cadastral survey. We will explain what your legal obligations are and then complete this process for you.

Survey and Title Research

We will search for and provide copies of land titles, property records and all survey information held by Land Information New Zealand. As Licensed Cadastral Surveyors, we are also able to analyse the information and provide advice on property matters.

Land Development, Subdivisions and Civil Engineering Design

We offer a full range of services from the initial planning stages through to construction completion.

What we do

• Urban and rural subdivision
• Boundary redefinition
• Unit titles – cross lease
• Land development and engineering design
• Land online and survey specialists
• Pegging and building location certificates
• Site levels and topographical site plans
• Property records searches and advice

We are always available to answer any queries you may have. Please feel free to email us or call to discuss any of your ideas, we’ll get back to you as soon as possible – usually within just a few hours.

Our advice and quotes/fee estimates are free and come with no obligation.


Land surveyor

Why you need a surveyor

Buying or selling a home? Developing a property or subdivision? Planning a construction project?

As soon as a peg goes in the ground a survey plan must be drawn. That’s the law, so consult with us first as we may be able to offer a cost-effective alternative that still gets your desired end result.

Knowing who owns which piece of land is a seriously important and complex thing. Maintenance of the country’s survey system is the responsibility of Government and any changes to that system must be formally lodged. That’s why surveying is so heavily regulated and the legislative framework we work within so strict. We ensure everything we do is ultra-precise and checked several times before progressing.

Now when you now you really need a survey: it’s time to get in touch. It’s the best decision you’ll make for your project.

It doesn’t have to be complicated

Whether you are an experienced developer or a first time subdivider trying to navigate your way through the process, we offer professional, friendly and timely assistance to help make your project successful and stress free.


Our experience

Our Licensed Cadastral Surveyors are all active members of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors. In addition, we have Registered Professional Surveyors, an award of distinction conferred at the discretion of the New Zealand Institute. This unique mix of skill, experience and professionalism will ensure that your project will be stress free, on time and within budget.


How to choose the right land surveyor

Land surveyors serve an important purpose when it comes to any kind of land development or building project. They use various tools, land titles and knowledge of the land and legislation to ensure the safety and legality of any work that is planned on any given area. Ranging from large-scale developments of subdivisions to disputes between neighbours over their boundaries, choosing the right surveyor is important to ensure that you’re within your rights when it comes to land you own.

In our blog post, we covered a few things to bear in mind when considering one for your project.


Our offices


Postal: PO Box 950, Blenheim 7240

Office: 30 Maxwell Road, Level 1


03 578 7299


Postal: PO Box 8177, Riccarton, CHCH 8440

Office: 54 Manchester Street

Christchurch 8011

03 339 0401


Postal: PO Box 100, Leeston 7656

Office: 16 Palladio Avenue

Leeston 7632

03 324 8206

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