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Land which is purchased, transferred or acquired should be registered with Land Registry.
Typical situations might include:


  • Buying land from your neighbour to enlarge your garden;

  • If you are proposing to sell your property or land and you find the land is not registered;

  • If there is uncertainty as to the exact boundary position between two parcels of land.

There are relatively strict requirements governing what features are mandatory to ensure that a plan is compliant.
Formulating a Land Registry compliant plan entails a site inspection, land survey and accurate drawing of the subject.

To avoid any Registration pitfalls and to be sure of a compliant plan, contact us to discuss your needs.


We have extensive experience of surveying both listed and period properties and all surveyors in the firm are Members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
We provide totally unbiased and impartial advice in our survey reports: We are not owned or controlled in any way by outside organisations and our primary duty of care is to you, the client.
If you'd like to discuss the best approach for surveying a property you're thinking of buying or renovating then don't hesitate to get in touch. We'd be pleased to help and advise.

Phone: 01493 842168

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