Boundary Surveys
& Land Registry Compliant Plans

A necessity when it comes to selling or leasing land and property.

A Land Registry Title Plan is a necessity when it comes to selling or leasing land and property.  We ensure compliance with ‘Land Registry Practice Guide 40’ and work closely with your legal adviser to make certain that our plans meet all requirements and contain the necessary detail to avoid future issues.  We can also undertake detailed boundary surveys for the preparation of Determined Boundary Plans.

A Land Registry Title Plan is a necessity when it comes to selling or leasing land and property.  We ensure compliance with ‘Land Registry Practice Guide 40’ and work closely with your legal adviser to make certain that our plans meet all requirements and contain the necessary detail to avoid future issues.  We can also undertake detailed boundary surveys for the preparation of Determined Boundary Plans.

Land Registry Compliant Plans

Land Registry has, for a number of years now, set out specific requirements for any plans submitted to them including those annexed to transfers of part and registrable leases.

We have experience of producing compliant Land Registry plans for transfer of part, first registrations and registrable leases. Whether you are looking to sell or acquire part of a garden, divide an existing building into separate titles, or register agricultural land, we can help with the preparation of the relevant plans often from a desktop basis or, if required, through a boundary survey first.

Land Registry Compliant Plans

Land Registry has, for a number of years now, set out specific requirements for any plans submitted to them including those annexed to transfers of part and registrable leases.

We have experience of producing compliant Land Registry plans for transfer of part, first registrations and registrable leases. Whether you are looking to sell or acquire part of a garden, divide an existing building into separate titles, or register agricultural land, we can help with the preparation of the relevant plans often from a desktop basis or, if required, through a boundary survey first.

Boundary Surveys

If you have a query regarding the position of your boundary features we can undertake a survey and plot the survey data onto your Land Registry title plan. The title plan shows the ‘legal’ position of your property’s boundaries but unless otherwise stated they are generalised boundaries only. By overlaying the title plan on to the survey data this will show up any obvious discrepancies with the actual position of that fence or hedge. Do note, however, that boundaries can change over time and it is really important to seek the advice of a solicitor or boundary dispute expert to ensure that you cover all aspects of your boundary query.

Determined Boundary Plans

If you and your neighbour would like to establish some agreed terms regarding the position and maintenance responsibilities for a boundary and its features we can prepare a Determined Boundary Plan. Following a boundary survey each party signs the resultant detailed plan and your solicitor will submit this to Land Registry to record against each property’s title.

Determined Boundary Plans

If you and your neighbour would like to establish some agreed terms regarding the position and maintenance responsibilities for a boundary and its features we can prepare a Determined Boundary Plan. Following a boundary survey each party signs the resultant detailed plan and your solicitor will submit this to Land Registry to record against each property’s title.

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