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Lease Plans

The Land Registration Act 2002 requires a compliant lease plan be submitted with all registered leases when:

  • A new lease is over a period of 7 years or more.
  • A lease is sold with 7 years or more remaining.
  • A new lease cannot be clearly identified on an Ordnance Survey map by description alone (all but standard leases of an entire numbered property).
  • A property is divided, or leases of part.

Our lease plans are fully compliant with Land Registry Practice Guide 40 (LRG040 Oct 2005)

This information is sourced from Land Registry website: www.landregistry.gov.uk

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Here at Homeplan Designs, in Lytham St Annes, staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality licensing compliant plans.

We are pleased to discuss all your requirements and give you the guidance and advice you need. Using laser ‘tapes’ we can survey a property very quickly and can produce the required plans usually within a week. NOTE That in an emergency we CAN produce the plans in 24 hours.

The new legislation which came in on the 24th November 2005, requires that all premises serving alcohol or late night hot food are required to submit a plan with their Premises License Application.

This plan needs to meet the requirements set out in the Licensing Act 2003 (Premises licences and club premises certificates) Regulations 2005, SI 2005/42 and shall at least show the following:

  1. The extent of the building boundary and the perimeter of the ‘premises’ if different. Remember it is a licence for the ‘premises’ you are applying for. If not specifically identified on the plan it will be assumed that the whole building outside areas shown comprises the ‘premises’ you are applying for.
  2. The position of any external and internal walls. It will assist if you include a description or use for each room.
  3. The location of all exits to and from the premises. All escape routes from the premises must also be shown.
  4. Where the premises is to be used for more than one licensable activity, the area within the premises which will be used for each licensable activity. For the supply of alcohol the position and extent of the bar should be included. The area of consumption is not required.
  5. The position of any fixed structures, or fixed furniture, or similar objects which are temporarily in a fixed position which may impede use of the exits or escape routes.
  6. Where the premises includes a stage or any raised area indicate the location and height of each stage or raised area relative to the adjacent floor.
  7. The location of any steps, stairs, elevators or lifts.
  8. The location of any room/s containing public conveniences.
  9. The location and type of any fire safety, or other safety equipment.
  10. The location of the kitchen/s (if any) upon the premises.

The above information is taken from The Blackpool Licensing Service

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