Christmas comes early at Lark & Creese

Lark & Creese welcomed Santa to our Kingston office¬†this week with a little Christmas gift in the form of new equipment! The Trimble S5 robotic total station is the “no-nonsense workhorse” that will help us work faster and more accurately than ever before. This new instrument can be seamlessly integrated with our Trimble R10 GNSS giving us the ability to capture fully coordinated and high density survey data for…

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Bushfire Hazard Management Plans

Nick Creese, the principal of Lark & Creese has been accredited by the Tasmania Fire Service to carry out bushfire assessments for new building works. The implementation of the new bushfire standards at the end of 2012, AS 3959-2009, require an assessment by an accredited person for all new residential development in bushfire prone areas. This assessment will determine to which level of bushfire protection the new dwelling must…

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New regional planning schemes being finalised.

The southern councils are in the process of finalising their new planning schemes. These will affect the zoning of many properties and how the land can be developed. Each council has a copy of the draft planning scheme available on their web sites. It is expected that the new planning schemes will be effective later this year or early 2014.

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