Sterling Surveys Ltd. provide services for Planners - Individual Clients - Historic Building Restorers - Developers - Consulting Engineers - Chartered Surveyors - Building Estate Managers - and Architects
Sterling Surveys was established in 1983, and provides a professional service for all types of topographic, measured building, photogrammetric, inland hydrographic, and aerial survey work. We are an Independent Company, owned by the Staff and Directors. The values of individual projects have varied between £200 and £250,000. The Company operates throughout the United Kingdom and internationally from offices in London and Yorkshire.
The Directors and Senior Staff have very wide experience in managing and executing overseas projects in Europe, the Far East, Africa, and the Middle East. Many of our current staff have graduate or professional qualifications. All commissions are carried out by our own staff; we do not use free-lance or agency personnel.
We operate a Quality Management System designed to meet the requirements of BS 5750:Part 1/ ISO 9001/EN 29001, and we welcome Client Audit of its operation.
Written statements of Company Policy, rules and guidance on: Health and Safety, Racial Discrimination, Equal Opportunities, Confidentiality, and Professional Conduct, are given to all employees. Surveyors all carry Company Photo-Identity Cards when working in the field.
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Sterling Surveys Limited are experts in - Topographic Surveys - Measured Building Surveys - Floor plans - Elevations - Sections - Plans of roof spaces and roofs - Net Internal Surveys - Boundary Surveys - 3d Laser scan surveys - Monitoring of structures - Site Surveys - Tree surveys - CAD draughting - GPS positioning - Flood Plain Surveys - Level Surveys - Party Wall surveys - Drainage surveys - Railway surveys - Highway surveys - High-accuracy levelling - Utility service tracing - Charts of rivers, canals, and lakes - Setting out grid lines - Ground modelling - Photogrammetry - Route surveys for pipelines - Route surveys for power lines - Control networks - Airfield surveys - Proof surveys - Dimensional control - Verticality checking
The Licensing Act 2003 (Transitional provisions) Order 2005 which came into force on the 7th February 2005 requires that a plan be prepared at 1:100 scale to accompany the license application.:
(1) Unless the relevant licensing authority has previously agreed in writing with the applicant following request by the applicant that an alternative scale plan is acceptable to it, in which case the plan shall be drawn to that alternative scale, the plan shall be drawn in standard scale.
(2) The plan shall showó
(a) the extent of the boundary of the building, if relevant, and any external and internal walls of the building and, if different, the perimeter of the premises;
(b) the location of points of access to and egress from the premises;
(c) if different from paragraph (3)(b), the location of escape routes from the premises;
(d) in a case where the premises is used for more than one existing licensable activity, the area within the premises used for each activity;
(e) in a case where an existing licensable activity relates to the supply of alcohol, the location or locations on the premises which is or are used for consumption of alcohol;
(f) fixed structures (including furniture) or similar objects temporarily in a fixed location (but not furniture) which may impact on the ability of individuals on the premises to use exits or escape routes without impediment;
(g) in a case where the premises includes a stage or raised area, the location and height of each stage or area relative to the floor;
(h) in a case where the premises includes any steps, stairs, elevators or lifts, the location of the steps, stairs, elevators or lifts;
(i) in a case where the premises includes any room or rooms containing public conveniences, the location of the room or rooms; (j) the location and type of any fire safety and any other safety equipment; and
(k) the location of a kitchen, if any, on the premises.
(4) The plan may include a legend through which the matters mentioned or referred to in paragraph (3) are sufficiently illustrated by the use of symbols on the plan.