MPF Surveying were engaged to undertake a boundary redefinition near the Village of Gallymont in NSW, not far from Mandurama. The purpose of the redefinition was to allow for a boundary adjustment enabling a property holder much better access to their lands. Some of the surrounding Portions had been surveyed in 1898, and have not been surveyed since. As Surveyors we were privileged to retrace the footsteps of the original Crown Surveyors and managed to find some original markings in trees which helped us to redefine the boundaries. This type of work is incredibly satisfying when you reflect on the 120 years that have passed since the original boundary marks were placed.
MPF Surveying was engaged to undertake a survey through the village of Mount Victoria in the Blue Mountains to facilitate the construction of safer Road works in this area. We prepared a series of boundary plans to enable ownership of various segments of private lands to be transferred to the Roads Authority. The survey was challenging and involved re establishing the boundaries from very old survey marks. The comment was made "To see further than others one needs to stand on the shoulders of greatness...".
We have undertaken a rural boundary adjustment at Narrambla industrial estate. This was to enable a buffer zone to be created between industrial zoned land and rural zoned land. The project involved the use of traditional total station techniques, GPS survey techniques and formal electronic lodgement of the data with LPI NSW.