Local land charges
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The Local Land Charges function carries out searches to identify any registrations that may affect property or land.
What is a Local Land Charge?
A local land charge is a restriction, prohibition or financial liability on a property or parcel of land that is binding upon successive owners or occupiers. For example Tree Preservation Orders, Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas, Financial Charges.
Who submits a local search?
Search requests are typically received from solicitors acting on their clients behalf in order to purchase a property or land.
Local search forms
PLEASE NOTE: With effect from 1st August 2017 we will no longer accept requests for local authority searches in paper format. All requests should be submitted via email (including a copy of a Land Registry plan with the area of interest outlined in red) to email@example.com When your request is received an email confirmation will be sent to the address shown on the application forms. If you have not heard from us within 5 working days please call 01453 754247
- LLC1 - Official Certificate of Search - All registerable local land charges. For example conditional planning consents, S106 Agreements and listed buildings .
- CON29 - Enquiries of Local Authority - For example road schemes, local plan designations and building regulations.
- CON29O - Optional enquiries of Local Authority - For example hazardous substance consents, noise abatement and common land and village greens.
PLEASE NOTE WHEN SUBMITTING AN LLCI AND CON29R: With effect from 1st April 2019, Planning History is provided from 1st April 2009. Where Listed Building Consents are applicable, Planning History is provided from 1st April 1999. Should information prior to these dates be required, please use the planning search tool. Please note that not all of the historic records include the associated approved plans which are necessary to establish the full extent of approved works. When the approved plans are not available, persons may contact the Planning Department at the Council and request access to the plans which are retained in microfiche form.
Building Control History is provided for works received or notified after 1st April 2009. Should information prior to that date be required, please use the building control search tool.
- Local land charges register
Our online mapping tool.