LOCATION PLANS & SITE PLANS
If you need extracts from Ordnance Survey maps to accompany a planning permission application these can be provided by HH CAD plans.
Most planning applications require a location plan at scale 1:1250 and a site plan (also known as a block plan) usually at scale 1:500, to be submitted as supporting documents. A location plan shows the proposal in its surrounding context and a site plan shows the development in more detail.
Site plans are a requirement with a Lease Plan, so that the property can be clearly identified and any associated buildings or parking areas can be marked.
Land Registry Compliant Title Plans & Transfer Plans
When ownership of land is being transferred from one party to another a transfer plan is required.
The transfer plan will detail the boundaries of the land, giving the new owner full rights over it. The Land Registry requirements are the same as for title plans.
When land or property is registered a title register and title plan are prepared. Title plans are based on an extract of the Ordnance Survey map.
They support the property description in the title register by giving a graphic representation of the registration.
A title plan shows the general extent of the land or property in a registered title, edged in red. The title plan is drawn to a scale of 1:1250 for urban areas and 1:2500 or 1:10,000 for rural areas. Some title plans have areas which are coloured, relating to specific entries in the title register, commonly rights of way and shared areas.