Case Study: To Prepare Accurate Land Registry Compliant Maps to enable the separate sale of 4 No Apartments, 2 No cottages, the remainder of the site would be transferred to my client’s son with the exception of a site for my client.
There are a number of critical components to being able to produce extremely accurate setting out or surveying. The most important component is being fully relaxed and focused, because of this it’s important to reduce the amount of environmental distractions as much as possible and to fully ignore everything except what you are doing.
I will be examining the problematic and very common practice of transferring land by submitting paper maps to Land Registry and how it can go terribly wrong when a planning permission application is made on the same plot of land and what you can do to avoid disaster. The solution is surprisingly simple.
Baseline Surveys is a proud finalist of the Aviation Awards Industry for the Aviation Innovation Award 2014.
Baseline provides a topographical survey of a harbour in Ireland with a UAS - avoiding significant disruption and risk that would have been created by a conventional survey.
Paudie Barry outlines how Baseline Survey's surveyed Dun Laoghaire town centre and harbour area for the purpose of providing a topographic survey for a detailed engineering redesign of the existing port.
Baseline Survey's specialises in the supply of accurate geospatial data - such as cadastral, topographic and engineering survey data to commercial and government organisations. Read more about our feature in the Professional Surveyor Magazine.
Baseline Surveys is a company with 25 years of experience in the supply of highly accurate geospatial data, such as cadastral, topographic and engineering surveys to commercial and government bodies. Baseline was awarded a contract to survey approximately 1 km2 of Ireland's Dun Laoghaire town centre and harbour area for the purpose of providing a topographic survey for a detailed engineering redesign of the existing port.
Baseline Surveys pioneered the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to photograph and map standing crops of trees to an astonishing degree of accuracy. In many respects, this technology is complementary to, rather than in competition with, Treemetrics.