A topographical survey, also known as a land survey or topographical land survey, measures and identifies the exact location and specifications of natural and human-made features within an area of land. The survey is then drawn up into a precise and detailed plan. Human-made features include boundaries, neighbouring buildings, walkways etc., plus smaller details (manholes, drains, fences, lamp posts, etc). The survey also picks up natural features such as trees, ponds and ground contours.
Topographical surveys are usually recommended when land is being developed or altered. This includes projects such as new buildings, civil engineering projects and land repurposing.
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