What makes GeoSync so different from any other surveying company is that we take the time for our clients. Regular face-to-face meetings, on site visits, transparent communication and effective networking with contractors, affected parties and Councils.
GeoSync carries out all aspects of the subdivision process from the initial topographical survey, the resource consent application, design and management of the construction, through to Council sign off and issue of title (see all services).
The Green Stage I and II, High End Development, New Plymouth (read more)
QEII Covenants, Rural and Farmland Surveys, Taranaki (read more)
Community Housing Project, Residential Survey, Palmerston North (read more)
West End School, Survey and Planning, New Plymouth
The Property Group, Land Pro, BGBB and individual property owners
The Green Stage I and II, Waiwakaiho, Taranaki
"Richard [Bain], alongside Belinda Willis from GeoSync, has designed each section to maximise the sun, views, and privacy for each landowner by off-setting and terracing which gives each section its own stunning view to the north-west through the golf course.
Over and above the boundary hedging and fencing already provided, every section is level, retained, certified, and comes complete with vehicle crossing and services to the boundary.
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QEII Covenants, Taranaki
Although Taranaki farmers now have to queue up to establish QEII open space covenants on their properties, the owners of a North Taranaki lifestyle block are thrilled their stand of native bush now has permanent protection.
Queen Elizabeth II National Trust helps landowners permanently protect special natural and cultural features on their land with open space covenants. Sixteen new covenants were allocated to Taranaki in the 2015-16 year. Nationally, the trust funds 120 covenants a year.
QEII Trust field officer Neil Phillips, of New Plymouth, said although the number of covenants that could be established in Taranaki depended on available funding and on what was happening in other areas of New Zealand, up to 30 had been established in the region in some years.
Phillips said the bush was fenced to ensure the best line before it was surveyed for the covenant by Geosync director Belinda Willis, of New Plymouth. Establishing a covenant could improve farmers' ability to manage their farms. "Subdividing the farm, with fences around bush, can give better control of pasture and stock.
Community Housing Project, Palmerston North
Palmerston North City Council is to spend $6.5 million on building 48 modern, eco-friendly homes for social housing tenants at Papaioea Place.
“The redevelopment will improve the overall quality of the housing at Papaioea Place and will allow us to increase in the number of units at an affordable cost that Council can provide for community housing without requiring additional land”, says Mayor Grant Smith.
“This is a major project involving local architects and various sub-contractors. It will be a project this city can be proud particularly as it will improve the quality of living for some of the more vulnerable members of our community.”
“We expect to complete the construction of all 48 units under stage one of the project by the middle of 2019,” says PNCC Parks and Property Manager John Brenkley. “The first block of units should be ready for accommodating tenants as early as the end of February 2018.”