Obtain a copy of the official Register of Title to a property or land in the UK.

From the Title Register you can find out who currently owns a property (house, flat, commercial premises, etc) or land in the UK, the address of the owner, the tenure, information on any price paid or stated value if sold after 2000, plus any rights of way or covenants (restrictive or otherwise) on the land or property detailed in the Register.

The Title Plan is the second principal document of Title which accompanies the Title Register.

The Title Plan shows the boundary of the land or property, marked in red. Title Plans are prepared on an Ordnance Survey map and will include the outline of surrounding properties.

Sets out the terms upon which a Leasehold Title is granted.

In England and Wales, when a lease on a property is granted for 7 years or longer there is a legal requirement to register the lease with Land Registry. Registered leases are referred to in the Title Register and copies are usually retained by Land Registry.

Registered Deeds are ancillary & historical documents that are referred to in the Title Register

Deeds are no longer the principal Title documents as they have been replaced by the Title Plan and Title Register. However, when an old deed contains important information on the property which is referred to in the Title Register, the Land Registry usually keeps a digital copy of it, which is available for inspection.

Search for Title Documents where the postal address is unknown.

If a property has no postal address (for example a parcel of rural land) you can use our built-in digital map to pinpoint the land or a building.

This report provided by Landmark Analytics is one of the UK’s most accurate and responsive automated valuation solutions.

Landmark Analytics draws upon data from a variety of sources including Land Registry and Registers of Scotland, surveyors and estate agents, as well as incorporating census data and other government data sets to produce highly accurate valuations - even for remote areas of England, Wales and Scotland. Please note that this report is available for residential properties only.

This report will provide you with all the information on any flood risk a property may have.

This comprehensive flood report features information from the Environment Agency flooding database and British Geographical Survey data on geological deposits associated with areas of potential flooding.