On October 13th 2003 new laws were implemented which meant that all new leases granted for terms over 7 years or existing leases sold or assigned with 7 years to run must now be registered with Land Registry. Part of the lease application requires a land registry compliant lease plan to be produced and submitted. Contact us now to get a free quote for your lease plan.
A Photoplan lease plan will include a detailed and scaled floorplan of the property including any shared commonparts which effect the property and the access to it.The demise of the property is then clearly outlined in red with shared areas highlighted in green.Photoplan lease plans also include an ordnance survey plan which details the position of the property in relation to the surrounding buildings and the local area.
When you print a plan, you have to make sure your printer is correctly configured or it might not print the plan to scale. For help printing your lease plan yourself, you can use our lease plan printing guide. As part of our service we will send you a copy of your lease plan printed to scale, so you don’t need to worry about printing it out yourself.
Yes our plans are fully land registry compliant, they are produced to scale, with a scaled site plan, an accurate north point and the demise clearly edged in red.
A guide can be downloaded at http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/assets/library/documents/lrpg040.pdf.
Once we have obtained access to your property to carry out the site survey we aim to complete lease plans within 48 hours. The completed plans will first be emailed to you for approval and then hard copies printed and posted to you.
Generally yes, unless you have accurate and thorough plans of the property for us to work from, we would need to access the property to measure and survey.
We will provide you with upto 8 printed hard copies of your lease plans, additional copies will be incur an additional charge.