Site survey

If you are eager to build a new home, extend your existing home or looking to propose a housing development on vacant land, you first need to determine whether a building project is viable with inspections and surveys. Some of these can be done on your own, while other surveys and reports that need to be submitted with planning applications require expert involvement.

Therefore, before you start, it’s crucial to understand what some of the most frequent surveys entail and how they could impact your goals. These can include:

  • Landscape impact assessment
  • Transport assessment
  • Archaeological survey
  • Ecological surveys
  • Heritage Statements
  • Soil/contamination survey
  • Tree survey
  • Land survey
  • Flood risk
  • Third-Party Services

House Plans-UK can assist self-builders and developerswith qualifiedsite surveys that enable us tomeasure and take photographs of the area to create an accurate visualisation of the designs while also ensuring the proposed project is safe and compliant with building regulations and likely to achieve a successful planning application.

When you are satisfied with the designs and the site survey is complete, we will file an application on your behalf that includes:

  • Proposed drawings of floor plans, elevations, sections, site plans and survey map
  • Structural Survey
  • Design and Access Statement (if required)
  • Arboriculture Report, Heritage Statement, Flood Risk Assessment. We can advise if these are required for your planning applications.

Our experienced surveyors offer expert help and advice to ensure your proposed project will meet your needs and planning requirements.

We can arrange for site surveys to be carried out if required.

If you would like to book a site survey to discuss your project in person, please contact us on
E: [email protected]
T: 0844 272 9938 or 0844 272 9938