Introducing Carrie Jackson. Carrie is part of the Severn Trent Searches Business Improvement Team. She helps to update and maintain the in-house applications and support the staff with any application issues.
A number of search prices are increasing throughout January and February. These include the majority of official local authority searches, ChancelCheck, and most Landmark, Groundsure and Argyll environmental searches.
The majority of these prices are effective immediately. Landmark and Argyll searches will be increasing from Tuesday 8th February.
For those authorities within the Severn Trent region with an admin waiver, they will continue to receive this. For other official local authority searches the administration fee will be increasing from £5.00 (£6.00 incl. VAT) to £7.00 (£8.40 incl. VAT). Further information on searches receiving the waiver can be found on our residential and commercial local authority pages.
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Gloucester City Council have been impacted by a cyber-attack. Local Land Charges are currently unable to process or return any LLC1 & CON29 searches. Any new searches submitted will be held in a queue until their system is restored. Unfortunately, searches already in the system cannot be given an estimated date of return at this time. Please be assured we will update customers as soon as we are able.
Further updates can be found on the Gloucester City Council website.
OneSearch Direct have informed us that the price of their local authority searches will be increasing from Monday 6th December.
The residential search will now be £68.00 (£81.60 incl. VAT).
Commercial searches will now cost £81.75 (£98.10 incl. VAT).
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Ordnance Survey (OS) are due to host the Conveyancing Information Executive’s (CIE) first industry round table. This will focus on Property Passports: the role of Unique Property Reference Numbers (UPRNs) in improving the property transaction process.
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