Murphy Surveys recognise the value of land and your investment. The cost implications of not measuring it professionally can be huge. Not all maps are equally fit for all purposes; OS topographical mapping produced from aerial photogrammetry, for example, has its limitations. It is excellent for small scale mapping 1:1250 or 1:2000 etc., however it has limitations when finer detail is required. It is normal for multiple features (e.g. hedge or fence underneath) to be shown as one single line on an OS map.
The quality of pre-registration deeds and their plans could play a crucial part in resolving any future boundary issues or questions regarding the extent of the land in a registered title. It is vital to identify the location and accurate extent of the land in relation to the Ordnance Survey map. It is most advantageous and strongly advised that all boundaries be verified, on site, by a chartered surveying practice ensuring that the plan and description of the property is accurate, relate to the current state of the property and do not contradict each other.
An accurate survey protects you. Murphy Surveys will reduce your exposure to unnecessary and potentially very costly circumstances.
- Commercial Property Referencing
- Lease and Ownership Plans
- Boundary and Legal Mapping
- Rights of Light and Party Wall Mapping
- Conveyance Maps