For security reasons, we cannot confirm contact address(es) over the phone or by email.
But you can write to us at any time to:
- change your address in the register,
- check that the address(es) that we have for you is correct,
- add a different address(es).
You can have up to three different addresses but the first address must be a postal address, but it doesn’t have to be a UK address.
The other two addresses could be:
- another postal address, in or outside the UK, and/or
- an email address, and/or
- a box number at a UK document exchange (DX).
When changing your address you must also send in evidence of your identity.
For advice on what evidence you need to send, see Public Guide 2 – Keeping your address for service up to date (section 5.1).
If you are only adding an address to the register or to updating your existing address(es), download and fill in our Updating registered owners' contact address form and send it to:
There is no charge for this service.
If you want to tell us about other changes, for example, you have also changed your name, you must send all applications to the Land Registry office that deals with property/land in your area and not to the address given above.
When you apply to change your address(es) we will send a letter to both your old and new address(es) to check that the application is genuine. You may also wish to read our publication, Help protect yourself from property fraud – keep your contact details up to date.