• Land Surveying
• Boundary Surveys
• Plot Plans
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• Lot Line Stake-outs
• Flood (FEMA) Certifications
• Condominium Conversions
• Shoreland Permits
Septic Designs
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NH Waterfront Property / Site Assessment

Waterfront Property Assessments

NH Site AssessmentAre you selling a waterfront property? If so, you may be required to have a waterfront property site assessment performed by a licensed septic system designer. S&H Land Services can help by providing you this service in a timely, professional and affordable manner.

“What do I need to know about waterfront property assessments?”
Before selling any property with a septic system where any portion of the lot is within 200 feet of a state protected water body, a site assessment must be completed.

The Site Assessment provides information needed to inform the buyer about septic system issues related to the property being purchased. A waterfront property site assessment will:


Shoreland Permitting

Shoreland Permitting
Are you looking to build on a piece of waterfront property? Or, are you looking to put an addition, a deck, or add pavement to an existing waterfront property? If so, you may be required to have a Shoreland Permit prior to any construction. S&H Land Services can help by providing you this service in a timely, professional and affordable manner.

“What do I need to know about Shoreland Permits?”
The CSPA, or Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act was established in 2008 to protect the shorelands of New Hampshire. Any construction, excavation, or filling activities within the protected shoreland to be undertaken by property owners must be accompanied by a permit from the NH Department of Environmental Services.

For a detailed explanation of Shoreland Protection standards in New Hampshire, please view the PDF from the Department of Environmental Services.