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Main Address of Property to be Valued

Property Address

Please note that this address cannot be changed in the demonstration version.

Note that London is in the county of Greater London.

Valuation Type?

Valuation Type?

Do you require a Freehold or Lease Extension Valuation?

Flat - Address

Flat Address for Lease Extension

Flat - Market Value

Flat Market Value
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The property market value entered must be based on sold-price data for the immediate area rather than estate agents' asking prices. If this is lacking, you may have regard to sold Subject-to-Contract (STC) data.

Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of the flat?

The "Freehold Value" of the property is the market value assuming a share of freehold.

The "Existing Lease Value" of the property is the current open-market value of the property taking into account the remaining term of the lease. A property with a short lease (e.g. 60 years) will be worth less than one with a long lease (e.g. 125 years).

The freeholder should not benefit from qualifying improvement works carried out by leaseholders on the property demised (assigned) under the lease. This applies regardless of whether works were carried out by past or present leaseholders.

Example: if the lease demised an undeveloped loft-space, which was subsequently converted to living area by the leaseholders, the increase in the value of the flat due to this improvement should be deducted from the market value for the purposes of lease extension valuation.

Examples of qualifying improvement works include addition of a new en-suite bathroom, re-configuration of internal layout to add an extra bedroom or cellar/loft conversion. Repairs, or like-for-like replacement of existing features, are unlikely to be considered. Bathroom or kitchen updates, flooring replacement or decoration costs hence generally do not qualify.

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat - Lease Term

Lease Term

The full version of the app includes a Lease Details Guide for more information on how to obtain the required lease details.

The commencement date is the date on which the original term of the lease (e.g. 99 years) actually started. This date is normally found in the first 1-3 pages of the lease, close to the definition of the term of the lease.

This date should not be confused with the date on which the lease was entered into (which could be earlier than the term commencement date)

Flat - Ground Rent Terms

Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

'Ground rent' is rent payable to the freeholder every year under the terms of the lease.

Generally, ground rent will increase at specific intervals over the term of the lease. Amounts payable are normally specified in the first 1-3 pages of the lease, or in a schedule to the rear of the lease.

Example: £100 to be paid for the first 33 years of a 99 year lease term, followed by £200 for the next 33 years, and then £300 for the remainder of the term.

Refer to our Lease Details Guide for more information on how to obtain the required lease details (link opens in new tab).

In some leases definitions of ground rent are less clear. Whilst a single, initial ground rent may be specified, increases in that rent may be linked to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) or Halifax Price Index (links open in new tabs). This software can generate ground rent increases in these specific cases.

Please note that, in March 2013, the UK Statistics Authority and ONS declassified the Retail Price Index (RPI) (link opens in new tab) as a "national statistic". Generally leases with RPI-adjusted ground rents include a clause linking increases to the "RPI or its replacement of substituted index". This software hence applies the CPI.

Finally you should be aware that the peppercorn ground rent specified in some leases is £0.01 per annum.

Example: If ground rent of £100 is paid for the first 33 years of a 99 year lease, followed by £200 for the next 33 years, and then £300 for the remainder of the term, then 3 different ground rents are payable over the term of the lease.

1st ground rent phase:

Number of Leasehold Flats

Number of Leasehold Flats

When a freehold is sold the freehold owner of all flats in the building will normally change. The premium corresponding to the freehold share of each flat must hence be paid for. This is the case even if a flat owner does not take part in the process.

Consequently, for an accurate valuation of the overall freehold, the freeholds of all flats in the building must be valued. Valuation of a single freehold-share is generally only carried out where the leaseholders have already bought the freehold, and a flat which did not originally participate decides to participate at a later date.

There must be at least two residential flats in the building to qualify for statutory freehold purchase (Collective Enfranchisement). In buildings containing only two flats, both must participate in Collective Enfranchisement.

Flat 1 - Address & Participation

Flat 1 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

When carrying out Collective Enfranchisement, the entire freehold of the property must be purchased at the same time. The cost due for non-participating flats must be split between the participating flats. There must be at least two residential flats in the building to qualify for Collective Enfranchisement. At least 50% of flats must participate. If there are only two flats in the building, both must participate.

The qualification criteria for Collective Enfranchisement are complex. Always seek legal advice before service of any legal Notice.

Flat 1 - Market Value

Flat 1 Market Value
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The property market value entered must be based on sold-price data for the immediate area rather than estate agents' asking prices. If this is lacking, you may have regard to sold Subject-to-Contract (STC) data.

Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 1?

The "Freehold Value" of the property is the market value assuming a share of freehold.

The "Existing Lease Value" of the property is the current open-market value of the property taking into account the remaining term of the lease. A property with a short lease (e.g. 60 years) will be worth less than one with a long lease (e.g. 125 years).

The freeholder should not benefit from qualifying improvement works carried out by leaseholders on the property demised (assigned) under the lease. This applies regardless of whether works were carried out by past or present leaseholders.

Example: if the lease demised an undeveloped loft-space, which was subsequently converted to living area by the leaseholders, the increase in the value of the flat due to this improvement should be deducted from the market value for the purposes of lease extension valuation.

Examples of qualifying improvement works include addition of a new en-suite bathroom, re-configuration of internal layout to add an extra bedroom or cellar/loft conversion. Repairs, or like-for-like replacement of existing features, are unlikely to be considered. Bathroom or kitchen updates, flooring replacement or decoration costs hence generally do not qualify.

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 1 - Lease Term

Flat 1 Lease Term

Refer to our Lease Details Guide for more information on how to obtain the required lease details (link opens in new tab).

The commencement date is the date on which the original term of the lease (e.g. 99 years) actually started. This date is normally found in the first 1-3 pages of the lease, close to the definition of the term of the lease.

This date should not be confused with the date on which the lease was entered into (which could be earlier than the term commencement date)

Flat 1 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 1 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

'Ground rent' is rent payable to the freeholder every year under the terms of the lease.

Generally, ground rent will increase at specific intervals over the term of the lease. Amounts payable are normally specified in the first 1-3 pages of the lease, or in a schedule to the rear of the lease.

Example: £100 to be paid for the first 33 years of a 99 year lease term, followed by £200 for the next 33 years, and then £300 for the remainder of the term.

Refer to our Lease Details Guide for more information on how to obtain the required lease details (link opens in new tab).

In some leases definitions of ground rent are less clear. Whilst a single, initial ground rent may be specified, increases in that rent may be linked to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) or Halifax Price Index (links open in new tabs). This software can generate ground rent increases in these specific cases.

Please note that, in March 2013, the UK Statistics Authority and ONS declassified the Retail Price Index (RPI) (link opens in new tab) as a "national statistic". Generally leases with RPI-adjusted ground rents include a clause linking increases to the "RPI or its replacement of substituted index". This software hence applies the CPI.

Finally you should be aware that the peppercorn ground rent specified in some leases is £0.01 per annum.

Example: If ground rent of £100 is paid for the first 33 years of a 99 year lease, followed by £200 for the next 33 years, and then £300 for the remainder of the term, then 3 different ground rents are payable over the term of the lease.

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 2 - Address & Participation

Flat 2 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 2 - Market Value

Flat 2 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 2?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 2 - Lease Term

Flat 2 Lease Term

Flat 2 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 2 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 3 - Address & Participation

Flat 3 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 3 - Market Value

Flat 3 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 3?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 3 - Lease Term

Flat 3 Lease Term

Flat 3 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 3 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 4 - Address & Participation

Flat 4 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 4 - Market Value

Flat 4 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 4?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 4 - Lease Term

Flat 4 Lease Term

Flat 4 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 4 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 5 - Address & Participation

Flat 5 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 5 - Market Value

Flat 5 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 5?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 5 - Lease Term

Flat 5 Lease Term

Flat 5 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 5 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 6 - Address & Participation

Flat 6 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 6 - Market Value

Flat 6 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 6?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 6 - Lease Term

Flat 6 Lease Term

Flat 6 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 6 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 7 - Address & Participation

Flat 7 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 7 - Market Value

Flat 7 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 7?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 7 - Lease Term

Flat 7 Lease Term

Flat 7 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 7 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 8 - Address & Participation

Flat 8 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 8 - Market Value

Flat 8 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 8?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 8 - Lease Term

Flat 8 Lease Term

Flat 8 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 8 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 9 - Address & Participation

Flat 9 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 9 - Market Value

Flat 9 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 9?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 9 - Lease Term

Flat 9 Lease Term

Flat 9 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 9 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 10 - Address & Participation

Flat 10 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 10 - Market Value

Flat 10 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 10?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 10 - Lease Term

Flat 10 Lease Term

Flat 10 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 10 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 11 - Address & Participation

Flat 11 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 11 - Market Value

Flat 11 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 11?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
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Flat 11 - Lease Term

Flat 11 Lease Term

Flat 11 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 11 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 12 - Address & Participation

Flat 12 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 12 - Market Value

Flat 12 Market Value
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External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
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Flat 12 - Lease Term

Flat 12 Lease Term

Flat 12 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 12 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 13 - Address & Participation

Flat 13 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 13 - Market Value

Flat 13 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 13?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
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Flat 13 - Lease Term

Flat 13 Lease Term

Flat 13 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 13 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 14 - Address & Participation

Flat 14 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 14 - Market Value

Flat 14 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 14?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 14 - Lease Term

Flat 14 Lease Term

Flat 14 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 14 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Flat 15 - Address & Participation

Flat 15 Address

Will this flat participate in purchase of the freehold?

Flat 15 - Market Value

Flat 15 Market Value
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Does the market value entered correspond to the "Freehold Value" or the "Existing Lease Value" of Flat 15?

External Resources

  • Price: £386,000 Paid: Mon, 11 Jun 2018
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £354,000 Paid: Wed, 25 May 2016
    Address: 61 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £123,000 Paid: Tue, 09 Dec 2014
    Address: 74 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £200,000 Paid: Fri, 06 Jun 2014
    Address: 53A MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £94,000 Paid: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
    Address: 66 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £165,000 Paid: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £210,000 Paid: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
    Address: 45 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £156,500 Paid: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
    Address: THE GROUND FLOOR FLAT AT 53 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £198,000 Paid: Thu, 07 Aug 2008
    Address: 49 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
  • Price: £128,500 Paid: Thu, 31 Jul 2008
    Address: 68 MYRTLEDENE ROAD SE2 0EU
HM Land Registry data © Crown copyright and database right 2018. This data is licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 (link opens in new tab).

Flat 15 - Lease Term

Flat 15 Lease Term

Flat 15 - Ground Rent Terms

Flat 15 Ground Rent Terms

Which of the following best applies?

1st ground rent phase:

Common Parts & Development Value

Common Parts and Development Value
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Are there any common parts?

During freehold purchase, following Cutter and others v Pry Ltd [2014] UKUT 215 (LC), leaseholders generally have the right to acquire any property not demised (assigned) under the leases which is used in common by the leaseholders (common parts). This may include parking areas, gardens, access routes or structural elements such as the exterior walls, roof or foundations. Loft and cellar spaces not demised under the leases may hence also be included.

The leaseholders may not have the right to acquire:

  • Any property to which the leaseholders have no access (such as ornamental gardens with restrictions against use).
  • Any property not demised under the leases for which usage rights are provided to the leaseholders of a single flat only. An example is the provision of an exclusive right to use a single parking space. Where the parking space is not specifically demised under the lease, or shared in common with other leaseholders, a freeholder may argue for it be excluded from the freehold sale.

Will any development opportunities result for the leaseholders as a consequence of acquisition of the common parts?

When the leaseholders acquire the freehold, they acquire rights over the common parts. This can give rise to development opportunities. The leaseholders may agree, for example, to conversion of loft or basement space, previously owned by the old freeholder, into additional living space. Alternatively, there may even be possibility of constructing additional flats above or below the existing properties.

Development of any external common parking areas or grounds may also become an option - giving rise to extensions to existing flats, or even construction of new units.

The freeholder has a right to share in the value of any potential development opportunities arising by virtue of the marriage of leasehold and freehold interests following freehold acquisition by the leaseholders. Specifically, the freeholder may argue for a proportion of the projected increase in value to the property less development costs.

When reviewing whether development value may be due the leaseholders should consider, in order of priority:

  • The written description of the property let (demised) under each lease.
  • The lease plans.
  • Leaseholder usage rights and freeholder maintenance responsibilities detailed in the leases.

Leaseholders should also consider potential planning constraints. Whilst a loft conversion in a freehold house may be considered permitted development, the same does not apply to a house converted into flats. Hence, planning permission will generally be required.

There will be, for example, limited chance of gaining approval to alter the roof-line of a listed building in a conservation area. A rear-dormer loft-conversion to a standard suburban property is, by contrast, likely to have little associated planning risk.

Parts of the Freehold Currently Retained by the Freeholder

Freeholder-Retained Parts

Are there any freeholder-owned, residential units in the building without long-leases registered against them?

A long-lease is a lease with an original term of greater than 21 years. It remains a long-lease for statutory purposes even after the term has fallen below 21 years.

For example, a freeholder-retained flat let only on a 12-month Assured Shorthold Tenancy would not qualify as a long-lease flat.

You should not include commercial units let on commercial leases with original terms of less than 21 years. These will generally be retained by the freeholder when the freehold is sold.

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