We have a dedicated surveying division providing a cost effective, nationwide Land Registry plans service with the experience to cover all types of property from small retail units to major commercial and residential sites.
Our team work alongside and support law firms, surveyors, developers, commercial agents, high profile asset management investment firms and private clients.
All our land registry plans are fully compliant with The Land Registry Practice Guide 40.
Floorplanz has carried out Land Registry compliant lease plans for the past 20 years, and we are highly experienced in creating a wide range of plans including:
- Leasehold Plans
- Freehold Title Plans
- Boundary Disputes
- Estate Plans
- Conveyance Plans
Click here to find a copy of the Land Registry Practice Guide 40.
Land Registry Plans and Lease Plans available in 4 simple steps
- Contact us by email or telephone 0203 905 60 99 to get a quote.
- Our local surveyor will call you to arrange a convenient time for the survey
- Our surveyor will inspect your property – we will then send you a draft copy of your lease plans for your approval.
- Upon approval, the final lease plan drawings will be printed to scale and posted to you.
We aim to survey your property within 1-3 days of receiving your instructions. We will then send you the draft plans within 3-4 working days of the survey, however a next day survey service is also available for an additional fee.
The Floorplanz Land Registry Plans and Lease Plan service offers national coverage, with a network of 100+ surveyors across the country.
Land Registry FAQS
Q: WHAT IS A LAND REGISTRY COMPLIANT LEASE PLAN AND WHY DO I NEED ONE?
A: In 2002 and 2003 new rules were introduced by the Land Registry. The Land Registration Rules 2003 states that any new lease lasting seven years or longer must be registered with the Land Registry and have a compliant lease plan. Part of the lease application requires a Land Registry compliant lease plan to be produced and submitted.
Q: I ALREADY HAVE A LEASE PLAN. CAN I USE THIS?
A: If your property was registered before 2002, it is almost certain your plan won’t comply with the current Land Registry guidelines.