Single Plot of Land
Small plots of land, fields, etc are awkward to search for at the Land Registry because they do not have a property address. They have to be searched for using an on-line map, such as the mapping utility on our search application form.
There are two types of map search on our application form. It is the first of these, the standard map, that is required for this search, although you can still choose the advanced map if you prefer. The map utility is below, and can be used to drop a pin on the plot of land to be searched. These details are sent to us with your search application.
The Title Register extends the description of the property address by referring to the Title Plan, as these two documents are designed to be read together. You may, therefore, consider it prudent to include the Title Plan with your purchase.
If you are buying this search because you wish to build on the land then you may also wish to include the Conveyancing Deeds, which have detailed descriptions of any covenants, easements or restrictions that may affect your ability to develop.