Structural Surveys

In Planning terms structural reports are usually required to establish the suitability and feasibility of an existing building to be converted to another type of use, typically for a set of barns or redundant agricultural buildings which could potentially be converted to residential use.

Land Planning also prepares and submits Building Regulations drawings on behalf of our clients; this will often require input from a Structural Engineer to produce the necessary calculations and specifications.

We work in conjunction with a number of structural engineers on many new build and barn conversion projects, ensuring that any structural design issues are coordinated into our Planning Applications wherever necessary.

Should you have a project which may require structural engineering input or planning coordination, please contact Land Planning to discuss it in more detail.