Aerial Photography for Boundary Disputes

If you need high-quality aerial photography for boundary disputes or planning purposes, contact us today. Simply provide us with the location and time period you need, and we’ll undertake a search and provide a range of options and costs so you can choose the best solution for your needs.
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Photographic Print Options


From £49

Premium matte paper with a natural, smooth uncoated finish.

A4 21×29.7 cm / 8×12″
27×35 cm / 11×14″
A3 (29.7 x 42 cm)
A2 (42 x 59.4 cm)
45×60 cm / 18×24″
A1 (59.4 x 84.1 cm)
60×80 cm / 24×32″
70×100 cm / 28×40″

Framed Prints

From £149

Framed posters in black, white, dark and natural wood.

A4 21×29.7 cm / 8×12″
30×40 cm / 12×16″
45×60 cm / 18×24″
60×90 cm / 24×36″

Canvas Prints

From £199

The canvas texture enhances the image's natural look and feel.

27×35 cm / 11×14″
30×45 cm / 12×18″
45×60 cm / 18×24″
60×80 cm / 24×32″
70×100 cm / 28×40″

Digital Files

From £149

Large digital files sent straight to you for use however you see fit.

JPEG Format
TIFF Format

Who uses the Boundary Dispute Service?

Our boundary dispute service has helped deliver successful outcomes for a wide variety of clients, including:

How Boundary Laws Work

Boundary disputes can arise from conflicting property descriptions, unclear markers, historical use disagreements, or unauthorised alterations to structures.

These disputes involve issues of land ownership, access rights, shared boundaries, or neighbouring encroachments. Evidence plays a vital role in resolving boundary disputes, including title deeds, land registry documents, historical records, photographs, and expert reports.

At Skyviews, our aerial photographs captured over an extended period can provide valuable evidence to help resolve boundary disputes efficiently, potentially avoiding lengthy legal battles. For more detailed information on boundary disputes, you can visit the UK government page on property boundaries.

Property Aerial View Comparisons

Aerial photography can be an effective tool in resolving planning issues or providing planning information that is not visible from the ground. Aerial images can also be used for identifying and evaluating sites.

The examples show aerial images of the same property taken in different decades, demonstrating the changes in boundaries between one property and another. Being in possession of details like this could be the difference between a quick settlement and a long drawn-out legal process.

Flight Search
Our aerial photography covers almost the entire UK, and we have extensive experience working with clients and helping them avoid long-drawn-out legal battles.