Land Registry: Land Charges fees
Check how much it costs to submit Land Charges applications, using form K1 to form K21.
Land Charges fees
|Form(s)||Type of application||Apply by post or DX||Apply in person*||Apply using the portal or Business Gateway or fax|
|K1, K2, K3, K4, K5, K7, K8||Registration or renewal of a registration||£1 per name||£1 per name||Not available|
|K6||Registration of a priority notice||£1 per name||£1 per name||Not available|
|K9||Rectification of an entry||£1 per name||£1 per name||Not available|
|K11, K12, K13||Cancellation of an entry||£1 per name||£1 per name||Not available|
|K15, K16||Official search||£1 per name||£1 per name||£2 per name|
|K19||Office copy of an entry in the register including any plan||£1 per name||£1 per name||£1 per name|
|K20||Application for a certificate of cancellation of an entry||£1 per name||£1 per name||Not available|
|K21||Inspection of an entry in the register||Not available||£1 per name||Not available|
*In person: by appointment only at Plymouth office
Visits to our Customer Information Centre in Plymouth are by appointment only. Make an appointment.
How to pay fees
You can pay for services and substantive applications by:
- variable direct debit, if you have a Business e-services account
- cheque or postal order. Make payable to ‘Land Registry’ and send with your application(s) to our Land Charges Department
- credit or debit card or cash. Make an appointment to one of our offices and bring your application
This guide is based on the statutory provision of Land Charges Fees Rules 1990 as amended by the Land Charges Fees (amendment) Rules 1994 and 2012, which came into effect on 2 April 1990 and still applies.
If you’re still unsure of the fee, please use our online form to contact us.