RIGHTS OF LIGHT
To support a ‘rights of light’ analysis Terrain Surveys are able to provide highly accurate and fit for purpose survey information. Normally delivered as a 3D survey model, this has been produced from 3D laser scanned data which has been rapidly captured on site.
We have a wealth of experience delivering 3D models and 2D CAD survey drawings to specifications as set out in the RICS ‘Rights of Light’ Professional Guidance 2nd Edition. On previous projects we have delivered survey projects as simple massing models, more detailed 3D models or as 2D CAD surveys in the form of floor plans and elevations.
- We will work with you to tailor a specification and proposal that suits your requirements. Depending on the size and type of your project we can provide the information important to you.
- Using modern technology we will provide you with the most cost effective solution, delivering your information quickly.
- Using only experienced land surveyors you can be confident that our topographical surveys are drawn to the highest standard.
- With our extensive survey experience our surveyors will provide additional information that may be vital to your successful project, such as neighbouring building heights.
- Survey drawings are supplied in various 2D and 3D CAD formats and paper copies can be provided.
- Should you require a topographical survey to support a BIM project we can provide you with a 3D surface model solution in Revit format.
- Additional services that we are able to offer to support your project include measured building surveys, utility surveys and CCTV drainage surveys.
For a fast response quotation use the ‘contact us’ facility and provide us with as much information as you can. When specifying the survey area it is important to provide us with a clearly marked site plan.
Frequently asked questions:
What is the RICS Code of Measuring Practice?
The purpose of the Code is to provide succinct, precise definitions to permit the accurate measurement of buildings and land, the calculation of the sizes(areas and volumes) and the description or specification of land and buildings on a common and consistent basis.
Why get an area reference survey done?
It may be required for valuation, management, conveyance, planning, taxation, sale, letting, or acquisition purposes.
What is the difference between GEA and GIA?
GEA – Gross External Area is the area of a building measured externally at each floor level.
GIA – Gross Internal Area is the area of the building measured to the internal face of the perimeter walls at each floor level.