A lease plan is a drawing that clearly shows a leasehold's demise within a property; essentially a scaled drawing indicating exacly which area of land is included in the lease. Every new lease lasting seven years or more needs to have a compliant lease plan which must be registered with the Land Registry.
The requirements for a compliant lease plan are very specific, and to avoid rejection, it is vital that all criteria is met. Avoid rejection by using Midland Survey and have your lease plans approved first time.
We provide a full service so we can visit the site and conduct a detailed survey to determin boundary and important feature positions or we can work from information you already have. We will also aquire the appropriate Ordnance Survey location map.
After, we will amalgamate all the data, producing a well presented lease plan compliant to all of Land Registry's requirements.For a competitive quote for a Lease Plan Survey please use our 'Quick Quote' form now!
- Be drawn to scale (preferred scales of 1/1250 1/500 for urban properties and 1/2500 for rural properties) specific section may be at a smaller scale for clarity.
- Clearly indicate its orientation (e.g. depict a north point)
- Not be marked as 'for identification only' or any other disclaimers
- Have sufficient detail to be identified on the Ordnance Survey map
- Be clearly identifiable with regards to location (i.e. it must show roads, road junctions or other landmarks around the land)
-Include any land associated with the property, such as the garage or garden.
-Show buildings in their correct position as well as drives or pathways (if they form part of property boundaries).
-Clearly indicate the separate parts of the property, such as the house, parking, dustbin space, etc.
-Identify any varying floor levels (where required).
-Pull out any intricate boundaries on a larger scale or inset plan.
-Show measurements that correspond to scaled measurements (as much as possible)
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