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Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors Building Surveyors Conference 2021
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Ladakh admin to use drones to help measuring inhabitant land under SVAMITVA scheme
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Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Land Disputes Make Up 50 Percent of India Court Cases in Punjab

There's a disconcerting fact, and perhaps a boon for surveyors, in the news that 70 percent of Indian court cases are property disputes. Disagreements about property ownership exist where there is poor record keeping and a convoluted,...

Sunday, January 26th, 2014

A Nation is Built by Surveyors

Choosing a profession or career is one of the most important decisions in life. Few choose to become quantity surveyors, land surveyors, property managers, valuers and estate agents or building surveyors, simply because of the lack of...

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Surveyor Becomes Hong Kong Chief Executive

Today, Hong Kong selected a self-made surveyor, Leun-Chun-ying, as their next chief executive. Leung studied surveying at Hong Kong Polytechnic and then later went to the United Kingdom, where he also earned a degree in real estate management...

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Trans Tasman Reciprocal Agreement for Cadastral Surveyors

There is world-wide interest in the mutual recognition of surveying qualifications. Australia and New Zealand have had an effective system of mutual recognition for cadastral surveyors in place for almost 120 years. The Trans Tasman Reciprocal Agreement...

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

Wireless for Surveyor Solutions

Wireless technology has been innovating at a rapid rate and can now be found throughout the geomatics and geospatial sector. There are several advantages to using wireless, some more obvious than others. Because it does not involve...

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Are Surveyors in Decline – Or Has Precision Taken a New Direction?

Is the need for professional surveying descending or are other factors contributing toward a decline in the numbers? There is evidence that the number of qualified surveyors with professional credentials is declining. No doubt difficulties in the...

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Land Surveyor Sets Out to Be First to Top Everest

Maps can be pretty handy. But for Janek Guantam, they're more than a convenience; they're a way of life. For the past 20 years, he has dedicated his life to studying and working as a land surveyor...