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Land Registry Plans

What are Land Registry Plans?

The Land Registry hold detailed plans for all properies to show the ownership of land and the buildings built upon it. This is often called the "Title".

When changes are made to a Property's Title that result in the current Land Registry Plans becoming invalid, new plans are required to be registered with the Land Registry.

There are requirements that govern what features need to be included in a Land Registry Plan for it to be compliant.

Formulating a Land Registry compliant plan entails a site inspection, a land survey and production of a plan based on the ordnance survey.

To avoid any Registration pitfalls and to be sure of a compliant plan, contact Allied Surveyors to discuss your needs.

When does a property need new Land Registry Plans?

  • Land Purchase - When purchasing land off a neighbour.
  • Land Sale - When selling land to a neighbour.
  • Boundary Dispute - After the resolution of a Boundary Dispute.
  • New Registration - The sale of any land which has not previously been registered.
  • New Lease - The granting of a lease of seven or more years
  • Registered Title - The sale of land forming part of a registered title.

Where do Allied Surveyors produce Land Registry Plans?

Allied Surveyors produce Land Registry Plans nationwide.

Our office specialises in the greater West Midlands area including; Birmingham, Coventry, Staffordshire and Redditch. We also cover Shropshire, Central Wales and the Welsh Border.

What are the Land Registry's guidelines?

We provide Land Registry compliant plans that are carefully drawn to Land Registry guidelines, these guidelines state that a map must:

  • To be drawn to and showing its actual scale.
  • To show its orientation (e.g. a north point)
  • Use preferred scales of 1/1250 – 1/500 for urban properties.
  • Use preferred scales of 1/2500 for rural properties (fields and farms etc.)
  • To show sufficient detail to be identified on the Ordnance Survey map.
  • To show its general location by showing roads, road junctions or other landmarks.
  • To show buildings in their correct (or intended) position.
  • To show the land belonging to the property, including any garage or garden.
  • Identify different floor levels (where appropriate).
  • To show intricate boundaries with a larger scale or inset plan.

How do I get new Land Registry Plans?

The cost of preparing new Land Registry Plans is dependent of the type, size and complexity of the property.

If you would like to find out how much new Land Registry Plans may cost you, why not contact us?

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