A lease plan is an essential part of a lease to a residential and commercial property in order to determine a leasehold demise. Often we are contacted by clients and solicitors to prepare lease plans for shops and flats to indicate the boundaries of the building and that can be attached to the lease.
If you are proposing any substantial work to your property, we would always advise that a scale set of plans are prepared of the building/site.
In order to have a set of scale plans, we would need to carry out a measured survey. Generally, this will consist of one of your Surveyors or Technologists spending time at the property to take accurate measurements of the whole property or areas required. This information can then be transferred to paper, which provides information to the builder and other professionals involved, such as designer, structural engineer and client, which can then be worked from.
As part of a measured survey, we can identify key aspects of a property, which we can then transfer on to paper. If we required we can show the following information:
- Measured plans
- Indicate site boundaries
- Prepare existing elevations
- Prepare elevations indicating neighbouring properties.
- Prepare sections through the property
- Indicate drainage runs
- Show key parts of existing services