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Land Registry Plans Bristol

What is a land registry plan Bristol?

A Land Registry plan is an appropriately scaled metric drawing delineating the land or part of a building over which the leaseholder has exclusive or shared access. For a Land Registry plan Bristol to comply with the requirements of the Land Registry Bristol it must include certain information:

  • detailed floor plans at a scale of  1:100 or 1:200
  • location plan at a scale of 1:1250
  • north point
  • coloured line indicating the demise of the subject property

It is important to have good quality Land Registry plans Bristol because they ensure that the applications submitted to HM Land Registry will be processed accurately and effectively.

When you submit a Land Registry plan Bristol application you need to be able to identify the location and accurate extent of the land in relation to the Ordnance Survey map. The Land Registry plans Bristol need to show the extent of the land together with any rights that go with it and needs to comply with the Land Registry practice guide 40.

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When drawing up Land Registry plans Bristol it is important to ensure that it is accurate and relates to the current state of the property.  The property needs to be clearly defined by way of suitable reference such as colouring, edging or hatching.

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