CGD Ltd is a Chartered Land Surveying practice regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) (A name you can trust). Based in Worcester, we are ideally located to provide you with boundary services across the Midlands and UK.
Our Boundary dispute service differs from many other boundary dispute companies because it is based on accurate and robust survey techniques. In most instances we undertake an accurate measured topographic survey, sometimes in full 3D (laser scan), to help us resolve disputes. We combine the latest hardware and software with trained and experienced staff to provide you with a fast, efficient and most importantly a reliable boundary dispute service.
We also understand that Land and Boundary disputes are emotive issues that require careful handling by a suitably qualified professional.
Neil Carey MRICS
Neil, a Chartered Land Surveyor, has spent 30 years in the construction industry working for civil engineering & building contractors, consultants and surveying practices. He established CGD Ltd, a Chartered Land Surveying practice, in 1997 to provide Land Surveying , CAD and specialist Boundary Dispute and Expert Witness services.
The majority of Neil’s work life has been spent as a surveyor providing measured building surveys and topographic surveys in and around the London area. More latterly, since setting up CGD Ltd in 1999, Neil has acted as Expert Witness in numerous Boundary Dispute cases has acted as a Single Joint Expert as well as acting for one party.
1987 – Gained BSc in Surveying and Mapping Sciences
1997 – Elected as a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. MRISC
Areas of expertise/Professional Skills
From 1990 and 1997
Neil worked as a Senior surveyor for Essex County Council. During this time Neil
gained a wealth of experience using many types of survey equipment
carried out numerous topographical surveys for new roads improvements to roads.
provided high precision control networks for major road schemes
From 1997 to 1999
Neil worked as Geographic Information System (GIS) consultant with WS Atkins where he
provided consultancy services on mapping and GIS software
specified the best mapping data to be used for particular mapping and infrastructure projects.
became an expert in the different types of mapping data available. From Ordnance Survey maps at various scales to remotely sensed data etc.
In November 1999
Neil established his own surveying practice primarily focusing on CAD services to Docklands Light Railway Ltd where he used his expertise to help the property team in identifying land and properties that would be affected in the construction of new railway extensions. Subsequently, Neil has used his expertise to provide building measurement and topographic survey services to the construction industry and also expert witness services to those with boundary disputes. With his education and experience in surveying, mapping and knowledge of land property boundaries Neil is uniquely placed to
analyse all available evidence, both documentary and physical, to determine the position of property boundaries.
write unbiased, clear and well-reasoned CPR35 reports