Land Registry UK Searches
Our online Land Registry services are available 24/7, open for use by commercial, public organisations and general members of the public.
You can obtain copies of the Land Registry Title Register and Title Plan via our site, providing you with details and documents regarding property boundaries, details of the owners, a physical description of the property and details such as restrictive covenants and easements.
We are not affiliated with the Government or with HM Land Registry. The documents that we provide may be obtained directly from official sources for a lower fee, but you will not receive the benefits offered via our online portal.
The Title Register contains details such as the name and address of the owner, a physical description of the property, mortgages, and charges, restrictive covenants and easements such as rights of way and rights of light.
The Title Plan supports the property description, which is highlighted in the Title Register. The Title plan provides a visual representation and identifies the extent of the land in a registered title. You may see the Title Plan being referenced as a "filed plan", this is what it was previously known as. Not only does the Title Plan show the land in a specific registered title, it may also contain other plan references, which will help you identify other parts of the land or adjoining land affected by entries in the register. These can be things such as easements, covenants or areas of land which may have been removed from the title.
The Title Plan may show features (such as parts of the land coloured differently, or edged in various colours) with no explanation on the plan itself, it is therefore often difficult to determine the full extent of the Title deeds. These features will always be explained in the Title Register document. Such features would usually relate to areas over which the property has a right of way, or areas of land that may have been removed from the Title Plan. We would, therefore, recommend that you purchase the Title Plan & Register at the same time.
Do I need to own the property to be able to search?
The answer is no. You can search for any property in England and Wales. You can search for any property, you do not have to own the property.
What is a filed plan?
A filed plan is another name for the Title Plan. The title plan provides a visual representation and identifies the extent of the land in a registered title.