Land Registry Plan Specialist
Preparing Land Registry plans in the UK since 1994
24 Hours Turnaround
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TowersRichardson Site plans are Land Registry Compliant and are produced through plans supplied from you, either a current Title plan, Architectural drawings or even Google maps. If required we can even supply a screenshot of the current Ordnance Survey mapping.
They display a scaled, accurate and detailed representation of the property in full compliance with RICS Code of Measuring Practice (6th edition) and the Land Registry Practice Guide 40.
With over 15 years experience, our detailed and accurate plans ensure you get your land registration processed quickly and efficiently.
We offer nationwide coverage, with a range of service speeds to suit your needs.
Any enquiries please use the form or by emailing email@example.com or call us on 01226 88504 and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Our most popular plans
Land Registry Compliant Lease Plans (up to 100m2)
Land Registry Compliant Title Plans (up to 1 acre)
Land Registry Compliant Transfer Plans (up to 1 acre)
Land Registry Compliant Site Plans (2 Properties up to 1 acre)
What is the process
1 – Email your plans to us
Along with any relevant plans, we would also require the full address.
2 – You will receive your quote within hours
We will reply confirming the cost and if we require any further information.
3 – You will receive your plan within 24 hours
On acceptance of our quote, you will receive your completed plan in PDF within 24 hours along with our invoice. Payment is due on receipt of the invoice.
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Land Registry Compliant Site Plan Requirements
1. The plan must be drawn accurately to a stated scale
Our most commonly used scales for Land Registry compliant Title plans are 1:500 and 1:1250 for properties which are in urban or developed areas and 1:2500 for rural land. Other scales can be used, provided that the property can be identified in sufficient detail and fit on A4 paper. Any scales used must be based on metric measurements.
2. The plan must show its orientation
All our plans shows a north point illustrating the orientation of the property. The north point on our location plan always points up to highlight where it sits on the Ordnance Survey map.
3. Demise Areas
The Title is identified by a continuous red line encircling the area. Other colours and areas can also be shown to the requirement of the Title.
4. The plan must show sufficient detail of surrounding features
In order for the Land Registry to be able to identify where the property in question is situated and to accurately produce a new title plan (or to update an existing title plan), the transaction plan must show sufficient surrounding detail so as to enable the property to be identified on the Ordinance Survey map (which forms the basis of all Land Registry title plans). Surrounding details may include roads, other buildings and other features in the vicinity of the property as shown on the Ordinance Survey map.
Each relevant floor level will be drawn identifying any areas contained within the lease or have a right over.
5. The plan must not be marked ‘Draft’ or ‘For identification only’ or ‘Do not scale from this drawing’
All our plans which is submitted to the Land Registry does not include any of the above phrases – or any similar phrases indicating that the plan is a draft or that it cannot be relied upon. Whilst these phrases can be of assistance where the plan is in draft form at the early stages of a proposed transaction, the final plan used in the transaction documents must not include such wording.
Our Site Plans contain as standard
➤ Scaled plan insert (Scale 1:500/1:1250)
➤ North point
➤ Coloured Edging (to indicate areas referred to in the Title)
➤ Emailed in PDF format for quick response
➤ A4 so you can printout as many copies you need