Founded in 1991 Spacelink Surveyors is headed by Director and Founder, David Crerar.
Our professional team comprises of Licensed Cadastral Surveyors, all of which are also Registered Professional Surveyors (R.P.Surv). Only surveyors with R.P.Surv status can work on public drainage or engineering works for Auckland Council, as well as planning applications under the Auckland Unitary Plan.
Our team also consists of Survey Technicians, Draftsmen and Field Assistants. With a range of skills and experience we are equipped to provide the service you require.
Founder and Director.
David Crerar [B.Surv.DipHort.NCH.MNZIS, Licensed Cadastral Surveyor] has been a Registered Professional Surveyor ( R.P.Surv) since 1991. David has a Bachelor of Surveying from Otago University ( Credit). This is a 4 year specialised degree in addition to a minimum of 2 years post- graduate work and exams before becoming a Registered Professional Surveyor, passing the post-graduate requirements.
David supervises and Certifies all land surveying work, Completes Resource Consent and Subdivision applications to Council, Land Development Engineering, Client Liaison and more.
(B.Surv, National Diploma of Surveying)
Roger came to New Zealand in 2000 after living in the Solomon Islands and Samoa. He has studied surveying at Unitec Institute of Technology (NDS) as well as at the University of Otago (BSurv).
Studying at different education institutes has allowed Roger to acquire a unique set of skills that combines both the technical and professional aspect of a surveyor. He maintains a positive work attitude at all times and aims to carry out and complete work to a high standard.
Roger completes all field surveys, CAD work, planning applications and more.
Roger is sitting the Survey Licensing Exam this year.
(Marketing and Social Media Adviser)
Amy is completing a BA at Victoria University in Psychology And English (3rd year).
Amy is a self-published poet and author and competed in the first trans-tasman spoken word poetry slam in 2016.
Marketing is an important part of our business and Amy understands the importance of social media in keeping our clients and followers up to date. We will use these platforms to engage an audience with the latest trends and information in land development.
CONSULTANTS WHO WORK WITH SPACELINK
Our business is flexible enough to work in collaboration with other highly skilled independent consultants. This achieves the best result and outcome for our client, as independent advice provides accurate and precise information that is specific to Auckland Council planning and subdivision applications.
(Planning Consultant and Resource Management Commissioner)
David has over 35 years experience in planning in New Zealand and overseas.
David provides expert advice to Spacelink Surveyors Ltd, and planning reports for the more difficult Land-Use Consent applications.
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LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS & SPECIALIST URBAN DESIGN
They are experts in providing landscape concept plans for medium density residential developments, and tight urban spaces, in particular when required as part of Resource Consent processes. They also provide design services for large scale Greenfield subdivisions and complex urban developments.
At Spacelink Surveyors we believe we have a duty to give back and make the world a better place for all. Our philanthropy extends to a number of community and charitable causes including The Hunger Project New Zealand (https://www.thp.org.nz/) and the current Mount Albert Baptist Church building redevelopment (http://www.mabc.org.nz/).
Caring for the Environment
As Kaitiaki, stewards of the land, we take seriously our commitment and responsibility to the environment. At Spacelink Surveyors we take practical steps to minimise the company’s carbon footprint.
This includes, but is not limited to the following:
- Working from home to reduce our carbon footprint.
- All survey lodgement and survey searches with LINZ (Land Information NZ) completed online, reducing centralised government office space and travel.
- All subdivision designs executed to minimise construction impact, subject to council approval.
- Recycling paper as bin liners.