Understanding Land Registry plans is crucial and here are some frequently asked questions we can receive from clients
About Floor Plan
A Floor plan or house plans help you with the identification of the geography of a property. They are the visual representation of a house. We use floor plans to ascertain the size of properties on the market as well as helping with the placement of furniture, entertainment equipment and outside areas.
They show the location of walls, windows, doors and stairs as well as fixed items such as kitchen appliances and bathroom fixtures.
Harpr Surveyors can create your floor plan with a simple site visit and have your plan back to you the next day. We offer many style options including wall shading, room tones and branded plans.
All of our floor plans are drawn to the RICS Code of Measuring Practice to calculate the Gross Internal Area (GIA). We can, on request, measure and display the plan using the International Property Measuring Standard (IMPS) too.
Scale your building Plans You're probably here because you want to know how to draw a floor plan and be able to draw the building to scale. I'm going to take you through 4 simple steps to from the idea to the final product. Scale floor plans and scaled building...
I remember looking through the classifieds and estate agents’ websites, seeing the plans they were presenting to they’re potential tenants and finding it difficult to understand how the house was being represented, especially if the plan didn’t reflect the true shape of the building. It was really confusing and frustrating. This guide is set out to show you exactly how to read a floor plan.