The measured survey is the starting point for most schemes. It enables us to prepare accurate scaled drawings of the building. This is an art and drafting exercise, as it involves understanding how the building was initially constructed.
The end result is a complete set of detailed drawings showing the building ‘as existing’. The building will then be presented as floor plans, sections, and external elevations. It is then possible for all concerned to see the building as it currently exists and begin to imagine what may be possible.
If you require a set of floor plans, our surveyors can accurately measure and draw floor plans and elevations to scale for any of your particular needs.
We can produce survey drawings, of varied complexities, for different applications. These apllications range from detailed fire safety drawings to simple building location plans.
Our Lease Plan & Title Plan Process
About Land Registry Lease Plans & Title Plans
Laws introduced in 2003 mean all new leases (of over 7 years) or existing leases being sold or assigned with 7+ years to run, must now be registered with the Land Registry.
Part of the lease application requires a land registry compliant lease plan to be produced and submitted.