LSB Group

Land Surveyors and Town Planners

LSB Group Trust specializes in assisting the transformation of strategic and spatial-related business processes from concept to implementation by means of available information technology.

LSB Group

Land Surveyors and Town Planners

Land Surveyors and Town Planners

LSB Group Trust specializes in assisting the transformation of strategic and spatial-related business processes from concept to implementation by means of available information technology. LSB Land Surveyors & Town Planners Incorporated works in association with the LSB Group Trust to deliver expert Land Surveying and Town & Regional Planning services.

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Professional Land Surveying

Property Subdivisions and/or Consolidations, General Plans for Township Establishments, Boundary Peg Re-establishment, Sectional Title Surveys, Contour Surveying

Building and Structure Monitoring Surveys

Using specific survey instrumentation, we run high accuracy, long term monitoring surveys of buildings and structures such as dam walls, to detect whether movement has taken place. This is done before construction takes place, during the construction process and once the construction has been completed. Building or structure surveys are important to determine early detection of movement in structures and buildings, so that the engineers and builders can then make informed decisions on what measures to take regarding the engineering requirements.


Survey can be used to determine and quantify the extent of deformation or difference of features such as road, building or structural shifts.

 The specific points of the different features are determined, then a certain amount of time is allowed to pass before re-measuring and calculating, after which a comparison between the two surveys is done to determine the differences.

Town Planning

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Building and Structure Monitoring Surveys

Using specific survey instrumentation, we run high accuracy, long term monitoring surveys of buildings and structures such as dam walls, to detect whether movement has taken place. This is done before construction takes place, during the construction process and once the construction has been completed. Building or structure surveys are important to determine early detection of movement in structures and buildings, so that the engineers and builders can then make informed decisions on what measures to take regarding the engineering requirements.

Survey can be used to determine and quantify the extent of deformation or difference of features such as road, building or structural shifts. The specific points of the different features are determined, then a certain amount of time is allowed to pass before re-measuring and calculating, after which a comparison between the two surveys is done to determine the differences.

Sectional Title Surveys

When someone purchases a sectional title property, they do not purchase just the area that they will be dwelling in, but also a section or portion of shared property that is part of the communal area of a shared property.

 This usually applies to flats or complexes, where there is a communal pool, clubhouse, mailbox etc. This means that the owner takes responsibility for paying a portion (levy) towards the use of these communal areas under their sectional title. We undertake the creation (and, subsequently, amendments and extensions) of Sectional Plans and associated documentation for lodgement and approval by the Surveyor General.

Boundary Peg Re-Establishment Survey

Boundary peg or beacon relocation is the process of reconstructing the position of the property beacons and boundary. This process is carried out by our registered surveyors and is accompanied with beacon certificates.
Encroachment or boundary dispute surveys detail the extent and possible remedial actions in order to establish the boundary lines.

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