Boundary Services

Do you have queries relating to the boundary on your property?

Why Would I Need A Boundary Service?

Most property owners never have a reason to question the boundaries around their property. A question about the property’s boundaries usually arises when a decision to sell or purchase a property is made. In these circumstances, a Solicitor may ask for a boundary check to be carried out.

The boundary reports we provide are divided into three different services that cover most eventualities when a person is either purchasing or selling a property or trying to understand what construction can or can’t be done around or to a party wall.

Why Us?

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    We are there for you every step of the way. From your first contact with Customer Care right through to our Engineering Team who provide advice and solutions for property queries.
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    We will always listen and provide clients with direction on what they need to do.

Boundary Services for Property Sales And Purchases

The boundary services we offer are as follows: – 

  • Certificate of Identity 
  • Declaration of Identity 
  • Land Registry Compliant Maps 

You may need one of these services when buying or selling a property. Your Solicitor may have reason to query the boundary and require an Engineer’s report stating, for example, that the physical boundary lines as found on-site match the Folio/Deed map for the property.

We recommend that you discuss any requirement for a boundary service with your Solicitor prior to booking a service. 


We have put together some questions we are frequently asked.