Dear Land Registry,
Please provide a list of all current companies that own properties and land in
England and Wales, regardless of where the company is incorporated. By 'company', I mean, to include, but not limited to: LIMITED COMPANY, PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY, COUNTY COUNCIL, LOCAL AUTHORITY, CORPORATE BODY, INDUSTRIAL AND PROVIDENT SOCIETY (COMPANY), INDUSTRIAL AND PROVIDENT SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY), UNLIMITED COMPANY, LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP, HOUSING ASSOCIATION/SOCIETY (COMPANY), HOUSING ASSOCIATION/SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY), OFFICIAL CUSTODIAN FOR CHARITIES, OFFICIAL CUSTODIAN FOR CHARITIES (ON BEHALF OF TRUSTEES), CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (COMPANY), CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY), COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETY (COMPANY), COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY), REGISTERED SOCIETY (COMPANY), REGISTERED SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY), HOUSING ASSOCIATION CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (COMPANY), HOUSING ASSOCIATION CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY), HOUSING ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETY (COMPANY), HOUSING ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY BENEFIT SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY), HOUSING ASSOCIATION REGISTERED SOCIETY (COMPANY), HOUSING ASSOCIATION REGISTERED SOCIETY (CORPORATE BODY).
If possible, please indicate the jurisdiction of incorporation for each 'company' and provide the number of titles owned by each 'company'.
Either .xls / .csv format would be ideal.
Thank you in advance.
Dear Mr Hall,
Thank you for your email of 04 November 2019 where you requested information about current companies that own properties and land in England and Wales.
I can confirm that the HM Land Registry holds this information.
Under section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, we are not required to provide information in response to a request if it is already reasonably accessible to you. The information you requested is available from https://www.gov.uk/topic/land-registrati....
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