Hopkins Chitty Land Surveyors Inc. provides legal surveying services for construction purposes. Backed by high-definition surveying technology and technical expertise, our surveyor’s opinion will follow statute law and local standards of practice in support of your project development. If you are looking for a reliable construction surveying company in Kingston, look no further. Call us to book an appointment today.
Construction Survey and Layout
A construction survey is conducted to provide horizontal, vertical, and legal information to the building industry. Once the legal boundaries of a property have been established, any development or improvement to your property needs to be accurately located and detailed. It is useful for:
Purchasers -To define features and boundaries
Builders - To position and define the location of the new dwelling within the site
As Built Survey of New and Existing Structures
A Surveyor's Real Property Report consists of a Plan of Survey and a written report to be read in conjunction with the plan. The plan of survey shows the structures located on the property, any easements, fences, and any potential encroachments. This plan is not deposited in the Land Registry Office and is generally used to provide to home purchasers upon request or to determine the setbacks of existing structures to the property lines. Please fill out our online form with as much information as possible and we will contact you to discuss the costs and requirements of the Surveyor's Real Property Report.
Purchasers - To define features and boundaries
Vendors - To create a graphic illustration of the interests to be sold
Local Planning and Building Authority - To assess conformity with local by-laws and zoning regulations
This Plan of Survey is a detailed plan illustrating elevations of features and structures on your property to assist with planning and design. A Topographic Survey is used to plan the location of proposed houses in the vicinity of water boundaries and can be provided to architects or engineers to assist with their work. Please fill out our online form with as much information as possible and we will contact you to discuss the costs and requirements of a Topographic Survey.
Also known as a Registered Plan or M Plan, this plan provides a means to create a large number of lots within a parcel of land in which the boundary of the property has been certified. Once a Plan of Subdivision or M Plan is registered, the original or underlying legal property fabric is extinguished and the new property identification is created. The purpose of this is to create a large number of residential or commercial properties within the framework and control of the Local Planning Authority. Subdivision plans are useful for:
Developers - To create new properties
Purchasers - To provide a graphic illustration of the interests to be sold
Consultation with an Ontario Land Surveyor
Not sure if you need a survey? Don't need a survey but still have questions? It is imperative that buyers of real-estate have an understanding of the extent of what they are looking to buy. In addition to consulting your lawyer, you should speak to an Ontario Land Surveyor. Their experience may help you to gain a better understanding of the plans you have been provided or the description attached to your transfer. You don't just buy the house, so make sure you know the land. y Office and is generally used to provide to home purchasers upon request or to determine the setbacks of existing structures to the property lines. Please fill out our online form with as much information as possible and we will contact you to discuss the costs of a Consultation with an Ontario Land Surveyor.