Nicklin Surveying & Resource Management - Land Development Consultants

By: Nicklin Surveying  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Resource Management, Surveys, Land Surveying

Nicklin Surveying & Resource Management can carry out  a wide range of services for the community.  As well as our standard land surveying skills, we are trained in Resource Management, Project Management, Civil Engineering and a host of other areas. 

  • Planning advice - Resource Management Act
  • Feasibility study
  • Boundary marking and monumentation surveys
  • Land transfer surveys and Subdivision
  • Civil engineering design
  • Subdivision Project Management
  • Topographic & GPS surveys
  • Setting out for construction
  • Land information service

Please see the documents below for more details..

Keywords: Boundary Marking, Feasibility Study, Land Surveying, Resource Management, Surveys

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Planning advice - Resource Management Act

In other words, the Councils will reject the application if it is in the incorrect format, contains vague information, does not contain the necesary consultations, has unclear plans etc. Due to the processing time frames imposed on Council's under the Act, most Councils will reject applications that do not contain the correct information under s88 of the Act.


Boundary marking & monumentation surveys

Due to recent changes to the Surveyor Generals Rules 2010, the Survey Act and the introduction of LandOnLine, we have to prepare plans of all boundary marking surveys. A surveyor's role in a boundary marking survey is to retrace the tracks of the original surveyor and place the boundary marks in their original position. These costs are included in the estimates provided by Nicklin Surveying & Resource Management for any boundary marking survey.


Land transfer surveys and Subdivision

To train as a surveyor is no trivial undertaking - it requires a 4-year university degree and a period of several years practicing under the control of a Licenced Cadastral Surveyor along with sitting an extensive set of assignments and interview before the Cadastral Licencing Board.