The Title Plan is the official document which records the position of boundaries and extent of ownership for land and property. The Title Plan and Title Register are the 2 main title documents of land and property, and are often referred to as the Title Deeds, Property Deeds or House Deeds,.
Information disclosed by the Title Plan includes:
- Information relating to the position of boundaries.
- Shows the extent/curtilage of land owned, outlining it in red.
- Displays an outline of the property and its surroundings.
- Repair and maintenance obligations for boundary structures (e.g. fences and walls) are indicated on the Title Plan by coloured markings and T markings and explained in the Title Register.
- Any rights/easements (e.g. rights of access, parking rights and drainage rights) and restrictions/restrictive covenants are indicated by coloured markings and explained in the Title Register.
- Areas of land which previously formed part of the property but have since been removed are coloured green.
- Orientation indicated by way of a North point.
- Ordnance Survey map reference.
- Title number.
- The Title Plan is drawn to scale 1:1250.