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Property boundary surveyors in Melbourne, Australia feature and level survey

Property boundary surveyors in Melbourne, Australia feature and level survey | Melbourne property surveyor | Scoop.it

H&H is a family owned business providing land surveying services throughout metropolitan Melbourne and country Victoria. The principal, Robert Hatch is a licensed land surveyor and qualified solicitor with nearly 20 years of extensive land surveying experience.

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The Expanding use of Surveyors: Sydney

The Expanding use of Surveyors: Sydney | Melbourne property surveyor | Scoop.it
With improved technology, many boundaries have been altered in recent years, and property owners are learning more about their land than ever before! And, because many home additions or renovations require surveyors ...
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Business Agents – Guidelines for Inspecting Properties for Sale or ...

Question the residence proprietor about the home boundaries and any possible encroachments that may well exist. If you have any doubts regards house boundaries, it is finest to get a property surveyor to re-peg the ...
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The Purpose of Boundary Surveying

boundary surveying is what is done when your property has been mapped out. Regardless of the shape of the property, the specific bench marks are established at each node point where the direction changes.
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Upcoming Survey of City Beach Homes and Mid-Century Homes

Upcoming Survey of City Beach Homes and Mid-Century Homes | Melbourne property surveyor | Scoop.it
Beachfront development was identified in the City's 2011 Reconnaissance-Level Architectural Survey conducted by Janus Research (Janus Survey) as a high-priority survey item. Little concentrated research has been done ...
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