I provide Land Registry Compliant Lease Plans to property owners, solicitors and agents in full accordance with Land Registry Guidance for flats, shops, offices, houses, lands, etc.

Fast and reliable service

The plans are created within 1 to 3 working days of the site measure

All block, site and location plans are licensed for use by Ordinance Survey

Land Registry Plans Bristol


Step 1

Get in touch for a quote and timescale to complete the work.

Step 2

I will conduct a laser measured survey of the property and external areas as required.

Step 3

I will draw up your Land Registry compliant Lease Plans or Title Plans on CAD, including any annotation required and showing communal or shared access areas.

Step 4

I will then email you the invoice and confirmation that the plans are complete and ready for dispatch.

Step 5

The Lease Plans/Title Plans will be emailed to you on receipt of payment.


Land Registry Plans bristol

Title plan
No visit required
Site area up to 1500 m2

This will include:

– Site plan at 1:200 or 1:500 scale, showing North and marked appropriately

– Location plan at 1:1250 scale, showing North and marked

Measured survey
Bristol only
One floor plan up to 100 m2

In addition to the Title Plan services this will include:

– A laser measured survey

– The production of floor plans at 1:100 scale, showing North and marked

* For any additional requirements not stated above, please contact me here.



For urgent next day services please contact me for a competitive quote and to check my availability.


Land Registry Plans Bristol: What are they?

They are an appropriately scaled metric drawing delineating the land or part of a building over which the leaseholder has exclusive or shared access.

Land Registry Plans Bristol: What is needed?

For Land Registry plans Bristol to comply with the requirements of the Land Registry 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 The Land Registry plan needs 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.