From backyard subdivisions and boundary identification, through to large subdivision and development projects. McKinlay Surveyors can manage the surveying, resource consent, land development and engineering requirements for your subdivision, or any other land related project.
We go to great lengths for our clients, managing the surveying, resource consent, land development and engineering requirements of your project - on time and without stress. We believe in 'doing things right' and 'doing the right thing'. We pride ourselves on working efficiently and effectively for our clients - going to great lengths to provide value for money.
We are a small team and that means you get to work directly with the bosses and benefit from their wealth of experience. You can expect one-on-one communication, direct contact and real results.
Alan Doy has been a part of McKinlay Surveyors in Taranaki for all of his surveying career. Alan has 20 years, experience in the land surveying industry with proficiency in Land Development and Subdivision Design, Land Transfer Surveys, and the Resource Management consent process. Alan Doy is a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor and a member of the Consulting Surveyors of New Zealand.
Originally from Whanganui, Stephen began his surveying career in Hawera under the direction of Hugh Gilberd. Stephen has been based in New Plymouth for the past 12 years, having also worked in Auckland and Hamilton. Stephen has 20 years’ experience in land surveying, with proficiency in Land Transfer Surveys and the Resource Management consent process. Stephen Koning is a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor and a member of the Consulting Surveyors of New Zealand.
Lorraine is a qualified Legal Executive having previously worked with Billings before joining McKinlay Surveyors in 2012. Lorraine has planning and legal experience with proficiency in preparing Resource Consent applications and obtaining the related approvals from New Plymouth, Stratford and South Taranaki District Councils. Lorraine 's role also includes draughting and QA of land transfer plans for Land Information New Zealand survey approval.
We're proud to be a Registered Professional Surveyor of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors. A Registered Professional Surveyor is a member of the Institute recognised to have advanced competence, integrity, professionalism and ethics.
This means you can be assured that your surveying project is carried out according to the rigorous standards set by the Institute. We pride ourselves in being accurate, efficient and professional in all matters relating to our surveying business.
We go to great lengths to give you the best, most accurate, most up-to-date surveying advice on all land subdivision matters.
"I gave them the instructions for what I required, and they fulfilled that very speedily and carried out the operation without any issues and [ I ] found it very easy to deal with."