Do I need a lease plan?

The Land Registry requires compliant lease plans with every new deed or for any new application lodged within the Land Registry. If you do not have existing up to date plans detailing all areas and spaces included in your lease, you will need a lease plan to accompany the registration of the properties lease. The lease plan is essentially a drawing that identifies what area of land is included in the lease.


The most common reasons for obtaining a lease plan are:


     A lease of seven years or more is being granted

     Land forming part of a registered title or that has been previously unregistered is being sold

     A section of land being split into two or more parts is being sold

Please contact us with any

questions you may have on Land Registry

compliant floor plans and to arrange an appointment to inspect your property.


One of our helpful and friendly team will contact you and provide honest and impartial advice based on our 25 years surveying experience.

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