How much does a Survey Cost?
Cadastral (Boundary) Surveys
All our property surveys are carried out to making sure neighbouring properties are not adversely affected by our positioning of your boundary. This requires us to search the records of all local surveys.
If there are no close surveys we need to measure further, to connect to other surveys. Usually, the more work we do, the greater the inconsistencies in the surveys and records.
Survey marks left in the street by surveyors are to assist in later surveys. Unfortunately many are destroyed over time by council work or general decay of footpaths and kerbs. Prices quoted are often a reflection of how many recent surveys are available to us.
Boundary survey prices are determined by the history of survey in your area and can vary greatly , even across the street or several houses away.
We quote each request based upon our client's project needs and the complexity of the site. Where possible, we try to keep to a standard price, depending on property size. We also need to look at the difficulty of establishing the boundary location (as above).
A site plan is a valuable tool to assist in correct and good design - leading to efficient building keeping within budget. We produce a comprehensive plan that is well drafted. Our prices reflect the time spent in the field, the gathering of additional council information and a rigorous QA process.
Cheaper prices from other surveyors will be a reflection of how much time they spend in the field. A lower price means less info and greater chance something is missed.
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