Project: Ngaio Point
Through topographical surveying, land mapping and specialist advice, we helped this land owner make the most of his land.
The land owner wanted to add extra buildings and a driveway to the property. To get the appropriate planning consents, we needed to ensure the structures would be clear of an easement through the property. What made this process more complex was a zone boundary that ran through the property and a Silent File area identified in the District Plan.
Services provided included feasibility studies and property investigations, site surveys and topographical surveys, boundary redefinition and adjustment surveys, engineering surveys to collect relevant data, and resource planning and planning consent
Innovative software technology was used to collect and process data. We also obtained other information such as title records, planning rules and aerial photography. This information was communicated to all parties, including the architect, builder, council and local Runanga representatives, in a way that ensured each participant could make the right decision.
We created a vibrant, functional space, for the client to live, work and call home.