Local land charges – personal search
The planning information office is located on the ground floor of Laurence House inside Catford Library. Opening times are 9am–1pm. If you would like to view a planning file please make an appointment on 020 8314 7400 or email@example.com.
Please note that a copy of the register will only be available to view on the date you have requested. If for any reason you are unable to make your appointment please contact us to arrange another viewing date.
Personal searches can be conducted by members of the public and search agents on behalf of their clients. A personal search involves the inspection of the local land charges register at our office in Catford.
Other public registers may be inspected free of charge which include the planning register and the highways register. The completion of a search of this type may require the inspection of other publically available registers which will most likely be held in more than one location as well as on our website.
- Building Regulations from 2000 onwards - search the Building Control Applications Database
- Local Development Framework
- Contaminated land.
Due to the changes to the CON29 questions, the way that we collate information may change over time. We will update this page as changes are made.
We require five full working days notice for personal search requests. Any requests which fall short of the five days will be refused. All requests made should include the property address and an OS Plan. If we have any problems with the search request or require further information we will contact you using the contact details you have provided.
Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between a full search and a search in the Register under environmental information regulations?
A full search consists of results from a search in the local land charges register as well as answers to Part 1 of the CON29 form. Part 2 enquiries and a solicitor's own enquiries can be answered for an additional fee. The search is officially signed by the Council.
A search under EIR allows a third party to search the Local Land Charges Register and make notes from it. There are other options available to agents and the fees for these can be found under ‘Scale of Fees’ in the Local Land Charges - full search section.