If you need to contact somebody from the land registry please call 0844 826 0793 to discuss obtaining records and other matters such as joint ownership of a property with a member of staff from their customer service team.
Land Registry Contact Numbers:
|Land Registry||Phone Number||Opening Times|
|Head Office||0844 826 0793||8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week|
|Land Registry Complaints||0844 826 0793||8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week|
|Customer Services||0844 826 0793||8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week|
Land Registry – 0844 826 0793
The land registry is responsible for the ownership of both land and property in England and Wales. The registry is made up of 24 million documents and it has around 4,400 staff in the main office and in over 13 offices around the country. The registry was founded in 1862 having 150 years of experience and knowledge. Graham Farrant is the chief executive and chief land registrar of the Land Registry. The operations director is John Peaden and the director of legal services is Alasdair Lewis. Caroline Anderson and Catherine Vaughan are the Director of Human Resources and Finance Director respectively. To speak to someone from the Land Registry head office please call 0844 826 0793.
Customer Services – 0844 826 0793
There are many reasons for you to contact the Land Registry such as searching for the owner of a property, general boundaries of a property, to find out if a property is at risk of flooding these requests cost from £3 for basic information to £10 for full documentation for things such as flood risk. to set up property boundaries you can contact 0844 826 0793 to discuss with a member of the land registry and come to an agreement with your neighbour if there are no existing property boundaries. if you need to obtain information about a property such as current and previous owners call 0844 826 0793 to talk to a member of the team about filling out a deed requests, each document is £7 and deeds often have multiple pages depending on the properties age. You can also call 0844 826 0793 to discuss other forms and processes such as joint ownership of a property, legal charges, deceased joint proprietor, proof of discharge etc.
Other ways to contact the Land Registry
There are several different ways to contact the Land Registry. They include using the contact number on this page, via email or by using a contact form which is available on the Land Registry website. They also have social media’s for you to keep up to date with any changes they’re making. If you would like to write them a letter the Land Registry head office can be found at: Trafalgar House, 1 Bedford Park, Croydon CR0 2AQ.