Industrial Heritage and Historic Building Surveys
Industrial Heritage Survey
The Industrial Revolution had a major impact on life in Northern Ireland and left a legacy of sites, from corn or flax mills to lead mines, canals, and railways. Industrial Heritage sites are afforded the same planning requirements under Planning Policy PPS6 as those attibuted to other archaeological sites and monuments.
An industrial heritage survey is often required as part of the planning application process as a means of meeting planning policy requirements. FarrimondMacManus Ltd have a broad range of experience in providing accurate and detailed industrial heritage surveys to meet the necessary planning requirements and aid in the integration of those buildings and site listed as being of Industrial Heritage into the development project.
Historic Building Survey
Our historic building survey team can provide the necessary expertise to aid in meeting planning requirements related to integration of historic buildings and monuments into development proposals as well as aiding in important restoration and conservation projects.
Using the most up to date technology and survey techniques through the use of 3D laser scanning technology we provide a team of experienced building surveyors and archaeological CAD technicians to produce measured building descriptive building surveys of unparalleled detail and accuracy.
FarrimondMacManus Ltd have a background in successfully providing quality surveys to both public and private bodies including state bodies such as the Office of Public Works - National Monuments and Historic Royal Palaces.