What is a Land Registry Lease Plan
A Land Registry compliant Lease Plan is an application to keep the everyone in the loop about who owns which properties. It includes all the details like the size, layout, floor levels, etc. Our Lease Plans are compliant with the Land Registry, a department of the government that deals with monitoring land ownership across the nation.
A Lease Plan primarily consists of a Birdseye view of your property including any shared spaces. This map has to be consistent with a government Ordnance Survey map. The Lease Plan map should slot seamlessly into the Ordnance map like a piece of a jigsaw puzzle.
What’s included in a Lease Plan
Full Site Survey: A member of our surveying team can arrange an appointment with you to visit your property. They will inspect and measure all parts of the property while making sure that everything is drawn to scale.
Detailed Floor Plan: Part of the process involves creating an accurate floor map. Measuring the length and width of the area as well as the number of floors, access points, garden space, boundary walls, and much more.
Diagram Sections: The floor map will be colour-coded to denote shared areas, walkways, and the “demise” of the property. Walls and extents are denoted by flat lines and edges, while different floor types are typically marked with hatching marks.
Bar Scale: With the scale of the diagram being 1:1250 to 1:500, a bar scale should be included to indicate the metric measurements used in the picture. A larger scale may be necessary to properly depict intricate boundary walls and other small details. When gauging the size of the property, measurements are in metres to two decimal places.
How Long Do Lease Plans Take?
It depends on the size of your property however on average it takes about 1-3 days to complete a Lease Plan.
Need a Lease Plan booked as soon as possible? Simply give us a call or send us your enquiry and a member of our team will get back to you with a quote and our recommendations for the proceedings.