A Land Registry Compliant Plan is occasionally required to back up property title plans, which are effectively ‘data’ stored by HM Land Registry. This information describes a property, who owns it, and whether it is freehold or leasehold. Land Registry Compliant Plans are graphic representations of a property’s or piece of land’s physical specifications.
What is contained in a Land Registry Compliant Plan?
A land registry complaint plan depicts the location of land or property that is the subject of a land registry application. This plan is sometimes referred to as a boundary plan, lease plan, deed plan, or conveyance plan. A Land Registry Compliant Plan is required if you need to register your property or land, convert your house into flats, sell a piece of your back garden for development, or extend a seven-year or longer lease. As a result, the plan is likely to be critical in addressing any future boundary difficulties or doubts about the size of land in a registered title. Our surveyor will go to the location, walk the current boundary, draw out the new boundary, measure it, and plot it using data from sources. The location of the land must be known to the Land Registry. As a result, the Ordnance Survey map is the most frequently accepted base plan.
When might a plan that is Land Registry compliant be required?
There will be a need for a Land Registry Compliant Plan:
- if a title split results in a change in the commercial boundary.
- A compliant leasing plan is required for each new lease that is seven years or longer and must be recorded with the Land Registry.
Do I Need a Land Registry Compliant Plan?
When land or property is first registered, transferred, or when leases longer than seven years are created, these plans are most frequently utilized in conveyancing.
A determined boundaries application, which informs the Registry of the specific location of a border following a disagreement between neighbors, also requires a plan that complies with the Land Registry.
The Land Registry gives explicit instructions on it also requires specific elements mandated by the Land Registry, which we’ve outlined below, in addition to being precise in terms of size. Given the stringent standards, the plans should be created by a licensed architect as part of the application materials, which are frequently created by a certified planning consultant or attorney.
What is the price of a Land Registry Compliant Plan?
At My Lease Planner, our price start from £145.
What is Land Registry Compliant Plan?
A Land Registry Compliant Plan is occasionally required to back up property title plans, which are effectively ‘data’ stored by HM Land Registry.