‘Biggest worry’ for the surveyors near us

Surveyors in Norfolk have been told to monitor developments around them as the city prepares for the arrival of more people on the island.

Key points: Surveyors in the city have been warned to stay on their toes as they move into the city of NorfolkSurveyors and the National Parks and Wildlife Service have been informedSurveyor’s are expected to be moving into the capital of Norfolk in June and have been asked to watch for signs of disturbanceSurveying sites are being moved around as people leave Norfolk for the summerSurveyORS are being asked to monitor any disturbance or any signs of movement, as well as the number of visitors who have moved into the island, to ensure they are aware of how much work is needed.

SurveyOR’s will also be moving in the capital in June, with the start of the summer season on the horizon.

It is thought the number will be in the tens of thousands, with thousands more expected to arrive.

There are currently about 5,000 surveyors and surveyors are expected in the county over the next three years.

More than half the population is expected to move from Norfolk into the mainland, including more than 200,000 visitors.

The Norfolk Island Surveyors Association said they had been told they should monitor developments as they moved into Norfolk, but the group would be “monitoring and acting in a way that will protect the interests of surveyors”.

They said: “Surveyorship is essential for the wellbeing of the Norfolk Islanders and it is important that we keep the public informed of any changes.”

Surveyorminewise, we have been advised that we should monitor any change in the number or appearance of surveyor activity and, if there is a potential for disturbance, we should be prepared to move into any area affected by disturbance.

“We are aware that there is some concern around the number and appearance of our staff in Norfolk, however we are monitoring our activity in order to make sure we have the resources to protect our staff and that our volunteers are properly supported.”

The number of people expected to leave Norfolk is very low, and we will work with our local community to ensure the surveyor’s who are already here are well supported.

“More on Norfolk Island surveyors:Surveyours and National Parks are expected move into Norfolk this summer in June.

The surveyors were told they were to be monitored by the Norfolk National Parks Service, the National Park Service and the Surplus Stock and Conservation Committee.

They are expected stay on site until the summer to keep an eye on possible disturbance and the number who have come to Norfolk.

Some of the sites are already under construction, with more expected in 2018.

This is not the first time surveyors have been given warnings about the city they are in.

A year ago, the Norfolk Surveyors and Surveyors of the North-East Region warned surveyors in North-Eastern Norfolk to keep away from the city after a spate of boating accidents.

In April, a surveyor was killed in a boating accident in the River Tyne.

The surveyor, who had not been paid since January, was driving a fishing boat that was heading to a nearby beach.

He was pulled over by the police, who discovered the body of a man who had drowned in the river.