Summary of leasehold

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Property description

The Streatham Hill Playhouse, 110 Streatham Hill, London (SW2 4RD)

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Tenure type
Leasehold
What's leasehold?

Leasehold is one of two ways of owning land (the other is a freehold). A leasehold is granted by a landlord to a tenant.

A leasehold lasts for a fixed time which will be set out in the lease. The tenant often has to pay rent to the landlord and this is also set out in the lease.

Most flats are leasehold.

Last sold for
No price recorded
Why is there no price?
You'll only get a price if:
  • the land or property was bought after April 2000
  • more than £100 was paid or stated
  • HM Land Registry have recorded the price

Restrictive covenants and easements

There may be other things that affect this property that are not listed here. For more information about the records we hold, you should obtain a copy of the register and any documents referred to in the register.

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Restrictive covenants and easements recorded for the property.
Item Recorded

Restrictive covenants

What's a restrictive covenant?

A restrictive covenant is a contract between 2 landowners: one landowner promises the other landowner not to carry out particular acts on their own land.

The types of act restricted can vary but common examples include not building in certain areas and not storing caravans.

The burden of a restrictive covenant can bind future owners of the affected land.

No - there are no restrictive covenants recorded

Easements

What's an easement?

An easement is a right that one piece of land has over another piece of land. Common examples are rights of drainage, rights of way and rights of support.

An easement might benefit the property or might be a burden on the property and benefit other land.

Yes - for more information, you should buy the Title register. This costs £3.

The Title register will either:

  • show you details about any easements
  • explain where you can find the details – they may be in a different document

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