Cadplan survey the historic Little Sodbury Manor

Little Sodbury Manor, home of some of England's most historic figures was surveyed by Cadplan for its new, current owners.

The privately owned 15th Century manor house in South Gloucestershire had been recently bought and up-to-date documentation was needed for potential maintenance and restoration.

The Manor with its impressive Cotswold Stone exterior, set in extensive grounds was once a country residence for King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.

William Tyndale also lived in the house when he was employed as chaplain and a tutor for its owner. It is here where he started the courageous journey to translate the Greek-written Bible in to English for all to be able to read and understand.

Inside the house, the well preserved, ornate features were 3D laser scanned to create a point cloud for Cadplan's CAD technicians to work from and create accurate 2D drawings.

Smallwood Architects appointed Cadplan to provide all floor plans, roof plans, sections, detailed external elevations and topographic survey of the manor.

Cadplan's building surveyor was on site for 6 days taking 510 scans, recording all detail to within ±2mm. All drawings are to be delivered within 4 weeks of scanning process.

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