Historic Building Recording / Archaeological building recording
Historic Building Recording, otherwise known as Archaeological Building Recording is often required when a planning application is submitted to alter or demolish a building of historical interest.
Usually undertaken as a Planning Condition or as a condition of Listed Building Consent, recording can range from simple photography to historical record analysis and full metric survey and mapping.
We offer a full building recording service in line with Historic England’s designated Level 1-
News and updates
This week we had the chance to test our new Insta360 camera (during a building recording project), designed for taking 360° video and photography. Remember all the effort it used to take to create a bubbleworld? It appears now all it takes is a 5 second shot on the camera and then a ‘save as’ command once the file is downloaded. Initially the camera produces a panorama which it then stitches together automatically into the bubbleworld
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