Leasehold Property Enquiries (LPE1)

This form will coincide with lenders changing their policies to be able to lend on properties in remediation schemes, or those covered by leaseholder protections. The changes to this form arise from the Building Safety Act 2022 which came into force on 28 June 2022.

Leasehold Property Enquiries (LPE1)

Propertymark, alongside other trade and representative bodies covering the legal, surveying, estate agency and property management sectors, have launched this form and we encourage our members to use this latest version.

This is the fourth version of the LPE1 form and includes a number of additional questions covering:

  • Whether the Leaseholder Deed of Certificate has been served on the Landlord in relation to the sale of the property or remedial works required for the property?
  • Whether a Landlord’s Certificate has been served?
  • Where there is any outstanding enforcement action against the Landlord or accountable person (such as outstanding enforcement notices)?

Leaseholder Deed of Certificate

This Government form must be completed to demonstrate a qualifying leaseholder for the purpose of the protections and to enable building owners to calculate the maximum cap for historical non-cladding safety remediation.

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06 Jan 2023
Building Safety Act requirements now in leasehold enquiry form

Following the enactment of the Building Safety Act in June 2022 trade bodies and those representing the legal, surveying, estate agency and property management sectors have launched a revised Leasehold Property Enquiries (LPE1) form.

Download the LPE1