Land Registry Customer Service Number
HM Land Registry is a government department that keeps a record of land and property ownership in both England and Wales. Anyone who buys or sells land or property must inform Land Registry about the change of ownership, as well as such matters as a lease, right of way or mortgage.
- Company Name: Land Registry
- Customer Service Contact Number: 0870 258 0142
- Calls to 087 numbers cost 13p per minute plus your phone company access charge.
- Customer Service Address: HM Land Registry Citizen Centre, PO Box 74, Gloucester, GL14 9BB
- Opening Hours: 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday
- Website: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/land-registry
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How to Contact Land Registry
The Land Registry publishes reports including the UK House Price Index, which shows how house prices change. You can also use its website to find out how much a property was sold for.
The Land Registry contact number is 0870 258 0142.
Opening hours for the Land Registry customer service number are 8:00am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday. It is closed on bank holidays.
For most enquiries, the Land Registry customer service team will be able to provide assistance straight away. If they cannot immediately deal with an enquiry, a caseworker will contact you.
If a caseworker or customer team has been assigned to deal with your case, the large and busy nature of the organisation means it cannot be guaranteed that the team or individual can speak to you when you call the Land Registry phone number.