HM Land Registry – Birkenhead Office is located at 2nd Floor Rosebrae Court Wood side Ferry Approach, Birkenhead CH41 6DU, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with HM Land Registry – Birkenhead Office and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Curt McArdle

1 Google Rating

Not a great service A time sensitive process would have been elongated by a month due to this organi

1/ 5

Not a great service A time sensitive process would have been elongated by a month due to this organisation not sending forms. Only moved forward after personal and council intervention.

Russell Williams

5 Google Rating

Very hard working staff

5/ 5

Very hard working staff

charles ayo Onafowokan

5 Google Rating

All enquiries are solved instantly.

5/ 5

All enquiries are solved instantly.

Chris Dennett

5 Google Rating

Great and efficient

5/ 5

Great and efficient

John Barnes

4 Google Rating

4/ 5

Lynn Gordon

1 Google Rating

Poor Land Registry and private solicitors the system was new when I provided my original old deeds

1/ 5

Poor Land Registry and private solicitors the system was new when I provided my original old deeds for the additional strip of land. I must not. My neighbour sold his house and my land I went to High Court following rules.my advice to everyone who has a land dispute. Needs a correct boundary. Acquire all surrounding land plans registered at Your Land Registry. Submit your measurements. Peg out your land with string and take photographs. I lost my land. My health and sold my home after 33yrs I'm sorry for anyone who has neighbour and land registry disputes. Lynn Gordon

Larry Ledwith

5 Google Rating

I have found the service very helpful and pleasantly understanding of my enquiries into the transfer

5/ 5

I have found the service very helpful and pleasantly understanding of my enquiries into the transfers of two properties. They are almost certainly understaffed at present..(Corvid).. P.L.Ledwith

Sharon Boylin

4 Google Rating

Picking up

4/ 5

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