Lease Plan & Title Plan Examples & Process Guide
Our Lease Plan & Title Plan Process
- Step 1) You place an order with our bookings team and we arrange for a convenient time to visit your property.
- Step 2) One of our specialist planners will visit your property to take measurements, details and draw a detailed plan of the property including any communal and outside areas.
- Step 3) Our CAD team use the information gathered to produce your Land Registry compliant Lease Plans or Title Plans.
- Step 4) On completion, the plans are thoroughly check by our quality control team to ensure they accurate.
- Step 5) We email you with a confirmation that the plans are complete and ready for dispatch
- Step 6) Upon receiving payment, the Lease Plans / Title Plans are emailed to you for your approval
- Step 7) Once approved we print and post 4 hard copies of each plan to your postal address. If any changes are requested these are done free of charge.
About Land Registry Lease Plans & Title plans
Laws introduced in 2003 mean all new leases (of over 7 years) or existing leases being sold or assigned with 7+ years to run, must now be registered with the Land Registry. Park of the lease application requires a land registry compliant lease plan to be produced and submitted.
The following is a summary of the main requirements
- The plan must be drawn true to an appropriate scale (metric only), have its actual scale shown and show its orientation.
- Any dimensions shown must be in metric units only, to two decimal places.
- The plan must show sufficient detail to enable the land in the lease (including any garage, bin store or garden ground) to be identified on the Ordnance Survey map and, where appropriate, the landlord’s title plan.
- The property must be clearly identified by suitable colouring, edging or hatching.
- Edgings should not be so thick as to obscure any other detail on the plan.
- Different floor levels must be identified both on the plan as well as in the verbal description in the lease.
- Disclaimer clauses or notes that the plan is not to scale or is for identification purposes only must not be used; applications based on such plans may be rejected
- Colour references on the plan must match the text of the deed.
Residential Lease Plan Examples
Residential Lease Plan Example #1
Residential Lease Plan Example #2
Residential Lease Plan Example #3
Residential Lease Plan Example #4
Residential Lease Plan Example #5
Commercial Lease Plan Examples
Commercial Lease Plan Example #1
Commercial Lease Plan Example #2
Commercial Lease Plan Example #3
Commercial Lease Plan Example #4
Commercial Lease Plan Example #5
Title Plans Examples
Title Plan Example #1
Title Plan Example #2
Title Plan Example #3
Title Plan Example #4
Title Plan Example #5