Since October 2003, all new leases granted for terms over 7 years or existing leases sold or assigned with 7 years left to run must now be registered with Land Registry. Land Registry plans for both Lease and Freehold properties are an integral part of our services for private landlords, law firms and investment companies with large property portfolios.
Land Registry approval first time
Avoid rejection and delays due to non-compliant Lease Plan drawings
Our service includes:
Site visit and dimensional survey
Ordnance Survey location map
Land Registry compliant
Plans coloured as required
Liasing with other property professional
Plans available in PDF, CAD or paper formats
How we work
Once instructed, we will visit the property to undertake a detailed survey
We then produce your lease plan using our digital drawing systems to ensure accuracy, efficient drawing retrieval and fast replication
Your Lease Plan is delivered to you either as an electronic pdf copy ready for immediate insertion into the appropriate lease document
We can also provide a PDF copy for you to print off yourself.
Digital versions can also emailed to you for future reference – completing the process
We may also be able to produce compliant plans from information you already have.
A Lease Plan is a scale drawing of land and buildings described in your Lease. It also depicts areas which are shared in common with others and any rights of way that are granted. A Plan which illustrates the location of the property is also required to register your Lease with the Land Registry.
Land Registry compliant Lease Plans must include the following:
Detailed Floor Plans (Scale 1:100/1:200)
Location plan insert (Scale 1:1250)
Coloured Edging (to indicate areas referred to in the Lease)