Land Registry

0844 826 0793

Land Registry Helpline

The Land Registry is a department of the government in the UK and has one of the largest databases for housing in Europe. Its responsibility is the registration of Land Ownership throughout the country.

Head Office Address for the Land Registry UK

Gov. Department Head Office Address
Land Registry UK Land Registry Croydon
Trafalgar House
1 Bedford Park
CR0 2AQ
Croydon

Opening Times for the Land Registry Helpline

Department Opening Times
Customer Services Helpline 9am-6pm on Weekday only

More Land Registry Helplines:

Land Registry Helplines Number
Land Registry Head Office Helpline 0844 826 0793
Customer Services Helpline 0844 826 0793
Support Helpline 0844 826 0793

Can I write to the Land Registry?
Where is my local Land Registry office?
What is the fee I have to pay the Land Registry when buying a house?
When was the Land Registry founded?
How do I register with the Land Registry?
Where can I find Land Registry guides?

Reasons to call the Land Registry Helpline

  • Inquiries into house prices
  • For information on boundaries to properties and other buildings
  • To apply for title deeds on a property or building
  • For information on joint property ownership
  • To register a complaint with the Land Registry Helpline about a member of staff or service you have received.

Land Registry House Prices

Land Registry HelplineFor properties priced under £80 000, the price to pay the Land Registry is £40 – if your house is above £100 000, the fees then becomes £80. For more information on fees, visit the Land Registry website. To view the price paid dataset, visit the official dataset site where you will find all of the information you need.

Land Registry Fee Calculator

You can find the Land Registry Fee Calculator over on their website. You can use the calculator to find out which fees you must pay to the government department depending on whether you’re selling a house, buying one, or simply changing a property description. You can also use this service to check the fees you must pay if a joint proprietor dies.

Land Registry Enquiries

If you do not own a property, you can still enquire about it via the Land Registry. You can find information such as owner information, boundary layouts, and if a property is a flood risk.

If you need to prove that a property is yours, you will need to provide the Land Registry with information such as ID and Date of Birth. If you would like to use an online service with the Land Registry, you will need to register an account online, which can easily be done. You will also need information about your credit or debit card. There are other ways to pay for services, by ringing the number on this page, a member of staff will be able to advise you more on paying via cheque or in instalments.

For more enquiries, or if your question has not been answered on this page, ring the number above. A team member from the Land Registry central office will be able to help you further or connect you to the right department, where you will then speak to a member of staff who can resolve your query for you. Alternatively, send a letter to the Head Office Address above.

FAQ’s

Below are the most frequently asked questions about the Land Registry in the UK. If your question has not been answered below, ring the number above. We will connect you with a member of staff from the Land Registry Helpline, and they will be able to help you further.

Can I write to the Land Registry?

Yes, if you have a query you would like to put forward to the Land Registry, you can write to the Land Registry Head Office Address below:

Land Registry Croydon
Trafalgar House
1 Bedford Park
CR0 2AQ
Croydon

Alternatively, you can ring the Land Registry Helpline above and we will connect you to a member of staff who can help you further. If you write to the Land Registry, a member of staff will aim to be in touch with you within two weeks.

Where is my local Land Registry office?

The Land Registry have 14 office locations throughout the UK. To find your local one, or to find out more information about certain offices, visit the government website. There you will be able to find documents relating to your theory.

What is the fee I have to pay the Land Registry when buying a house?

For properties priced under £80 000, the price to pay the Land Registry is £40 – if your house is above £100 000, the fees then becomes £80. For more information on fees, visit the Land Registry website.

When was the Land Registry founded?

The Registry was founded in 1862 in order to easily register and keep order over the land

How do I register with the Land Registry?

You can register with the Registry by ringing the number above. You can also register on the government website.

Where can I find Land Registry guides?

You can find guides on fees and other issues regarding the Land Registry over on the government website. You can also ring the number above, where a member of staff from the Land Registry will be able to help you with your question or query.

More about the Land Registry

The Registry was founded in 1862 in order to easily register and keep order over the land. To this day they have grown in terms of their service and other aspects. You can find guides on fees and other issues regarding the Land Registry over on the government website. For properties priced under £80 000, the price to pay the Land Registry is £40 – if your house is above £100 000, the fees then becomes £80.

Below you will find a recent video uploaded to the Land Registry YouTube channel. For more videos like this, click through below. You will be redirected to the Land Registry YouTube account where you will find more videos. If you would like to know more about the Land Registry in general, or if you have a specific question, ring the number above. An advisor from the Land Registry will be able to help you.