Lease Plans.

“Plan-London provide a great efficient service, the team is great, helpful and professional.”

- Connie Hardy (South Kensington Estates)

At Plan London, we have been producing Land Registry compliant plans for over 15 years, so we hope we know a thing or two about them.

In this time, we have made lease plans for so many bits of the UK, from a tiny newsstand at the London Palladium, which was the smallest, to the sub-division of over 45 hectares of land in Dorset, unarguably our biggest. And of course, everything in-between.

So, what is a Lease Plan?

Since 2004 all properties – whether residential or commercial – to be leased for 7 years or more need to be registered with Land Registry. This also includes any land transfers or lease assignments no matter the length of the remaining term.

As part of the registration a Land Registry compliant plan needs to be produced, that is where we come in!

What’s involved?

It’s simple, just call 020 8699 1129, email surveys@plan-london.co.uk or complete the quote form on this website telling us: the address, type and size (if known) of the property. Then we will give you an email quote within 2 hours or straight away if you call us.

Once you are happy with the cost (why wouldn’t you be?), we’ll arrange a suitable time for us to survey the property. Appointments are available Monday to Saturday between 9am & 6pm.

Back in our office your plan will be drawn to Land Registry requirements using CAD. When the plan is completed it is emailed to you/your solicitor in PDF format with printing instructions. It’s that simple.

We can usually get someone to your property within 2-3 working days and your plans emailed to you 3-5 days from the completion of the survey, or within 24 hours if you use our express service – subject to size of course!

Plans From Plans

Let’s not re-invent the wheel.

If you already have plans which you are happy are accurate, but are not compliant, then we can us these to produce the new compliant plans. Just send them through preferably in DWG or PDF formats and we’ll tell you if they can be used.