Search of Register
Details of the three types of search of the Register which may be carried out are set out below.
For further information or help telephone 01895 837370 or 01895 837329
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A full search comprises an LLC1 form accompanied by a CON 29R. The CON 29R form contains standard questions and enquiries about supplementary information held by a local authority which would be useful to a prospective purchaser of property. The information for the reply comes from various Council departments and Bucks County Council in respect of highway information. In addition to the CON 29R, there are additional optional (Part 2) enquiries which may be submitted on a CON 29O form, for which an additional fee is payable.
This search is of entries in the Local Land Charges Register only and is submitted on form LLC1. Form LLC1 is an official request to the Council for a search of the Register to be carried out. A fee is payable for this search (see section on fees for details).
Alternatively, anyone may make a personal search of the Local Land Charges Register held at the Council Offices.
To carry out a personal search you should call (01895 837370 or 01895 837329) for an appointment. A plan of the land or property to be searched must be submitted in advance by email email@example.com or FAX (01895 837277).
In relation to the Planning Register - the relevant plotting sheet reference will be provided. The plotting sheets are available to view at the Councils reception.
Searchers are reminded however that the planning history from approx. 1995 is available with public access on the Councils website at View Planning Applications
The Government has abolished the statutory fee of £22 for a personal search of the Local Land Charges Register with effect from 17 August 2010 and in response South Bucks District Council actually ceased charging on 30 July 2010.
To submit a search
By post to:
Local Land Charges
South Bucks District Council
Via document Exchange to:
DX 50711 Amersham
Electronic Search and Enquiries:
Also, any search received by post or DX can be returned via e-mail on request, if an address is provided.
Plans for Searches:
When submitting any search, please ensure that two copies of a plan, with the area to be searched clearly outlined, are included.