Surveyors perform multiple roles in the land development process. But most importantly, surveyors work with the shape and form of the land to create the property parcels, functional roading networks, and the service infrastructure upon which a new community will depend.
Rural subdivision can be the first and most important step toward developing, intensifying or changing rural land use. Subdivision provides the landowner with the ability to alter or improve the land use, obtain new or more appropriate land titles, or add value to secure finance.
The Resource Management Act requires any party seeking to subdivide or develop land to first obtain consent from the Local Authority. Determining just how the rules affect your proposal can be complex. McKinlay Surveyors can provide the professional help that you need.
McKinlay Surveyors can manage all of the surveying, resource consent, land development and engineering requirements for your subdivision, or any other land related project. Where a multi-disciplinary approach is needed, McKinlay Surveyors will bring together the necessary people and skills so that your project proceeds without difficulty or delay.
McKinlay Surveyors will freely discuss the surveying process and the necessary steps and decisions to make your land project happen.
Founded in 1888, the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors preserves the quality, expertise and integrity of surveying in New Zealand.
The New Zealand Institute of Surveyors recognises a Registered Professional Surveyor as an elite member having advanced competence, integrity, professionalism and ethics.
McKinlay Surveyors are Registered Professional Surveyors and we assure that the rigorous standards set by the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors apply to every surveying project.