Information on land ownership, including how you can find out if the council owns a piece of land.
General information on land ownership should be sought from the Land Registry:
Land Registry (external website)
There may be some constraints on the type of information that can be provided in terms of confidentiality, data protection or for other legal reasons.
We may be able to tell you if the land is council owned. You can make a enquiry by completing the 'contact us' form on the right hand side of the page or by contacting the Terrier section on (01482) 393941 or by email - email@example.com.
It would also be useful, when making your enquiry, to provide a description of the location you are interested in.
We provide information relating to land and property in the council's ownership, leases, easements, wayleaves and boundary responsibilities.
If the property is owned, managed or maintained by the council then we will investigate and provide what information we are able to. Many deeds do not have information on boundary responsibilities, even if adjoining land is council owned. Further information may be in your title deeds or provided by the Land Registry:
You will need to consult the valuation and estates section who will handle the enquiry and negotiate the price or rent should the property you are interested in be available.