Personal Search Applications

Procedure for Carrying out a Personal Search

  • Information to carry out your own personal searches of the Local Land Charges Register is now available on-line. Search the Local Land Charges Register
  • The register is available on a map and is backed up by the archived files, the map holds the most current information but we recommend you consult both.
  • If you have any problems with the system please email
  • Queries relating to data returned from the system should be directed to the originating department.
  • For Con29/EIR information, Planning, Building Control and other registers of information, which do not also appear on the Local Land Charges Register, please check online or contact the department concerned directly at:
Register/ Information Available online at
Local Land Charges Register
Planning Register
Building Control Register
South Worcestershire Development Plan (SWDP)                                                  
Conservation Areas
Assets of Community Value Register


Register/ Information Available through email application to
Enforcement Register
Tree Preservation Orders
Contaminated Land Register

Any of the above can be viewed, by appointment, at any of the customer service hubs throughout the district, or by application, in writing, to:

Malvern Hills District Council
The Council House
Avenue Road
WR14 3AF
Tel: 01684 862151


Register/ Information Available from
Public Rights of Way (online)          
List of Streets (paper copy) Customer Services, Malvern Public Library, 44 Graham Road,
Malvern, WR14 2HU
Highways Information (email)
Commons Registrations (email)

Any of the above can be viewed, by appointment, at Worcestershire County Council, or by application, in writing, to:

Worcestershire County Council
County Hall
Spetchley Road
Tel: 01905 763763


Useful contacts:

Building Control:
Development Control:
Environmental Health:
Community Services:

Any requests for CON29/EIR information, from any of the above contacts, would need to have the question asked in full (just quoting a question number from the CON29 would not be sufficient).