Our free ebooks have been created to enhance your experience and usage of Land Registry documents purchased from us. The ebooks are interactive with illustrated content detailing how to best use the information provided by the Land Registry.
Ebooks are currently available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users to download free from the iBookstore. You can brows the iBookstore for our books directly within the iBooks app, or you can access the ebook download page from within the MyAccount section of our website and click the required link on the left and it will take you directly to the associated ebook.
PDF versions of our ebooks are available for registered users who do not have access to an iOS device or the iBookstore. Please visit the MyAccount section of our website for more information.
We are currently offering all visitors to our website unlimited access to our free Town & Country Planning downloads, comprising Regional Spatial Strategies (all areas) and Local Development Plans (England & Wales), Development Plan Schemes (Scotland, Area Plans (N Ireland & IOM) and Local Area Plans (Republic of Ireland).
Please start your document search by selecting a location from the list below or by clicking an area on the map on the right.
Files are provided in PDF format. We recommend using Adobe® Reader to view these files. If you do not have Adobe® Reader installed on your computer, you can download it for free by clicking on the link on the right of this page.
The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 abolished structure plans and replaced them with Regional Spatial Strategies. It is from these that the district and area councils now base their local development frameworks.
In 2010 the new government decided to abolish them but their attempt to do so was overturned by the courts on the grounds that to do so was outside of its powers. In 2011 a Commons Select Committee report recommended that they should stay.
They are now being revised and updated. The copies available from this website are updated regularly to ensure that they contain the latest revisions and updates.
These are based on Regional Spatial Strategies and comprise a portfolio of documents, usually combined as one.
If you have problems opening any of our documents, please try saving them to your hard drive first (right click on the link and select 'Save Target As').