Your land registry map consists of an Ordnance Survey base map and a Land Registry red outline with or without yellow shading for rights of way / way leaves.
In order to regularise your map so that the red line matches what is on the ground, your mapping errors need to be addressed appropriately.
ie. Ordnance Survey errors need to be addressed by submitting a QA form to the Ordnance Survey Ireland website. On the other hand, Land Registry mapping errors can only be dealt with by communicating with the Land Registry’s Mapping Unit.
Paudie Barry holds two degrees, one in Civil Engineering and one in Geographic Information Systems. His Civil Engineering survey experience enables Paudie to accurately check and correct the Ordnance Survey Base Map.
Paudie’s GIS background enables him to communicate fluently with the Land Registry Spatial Information Unit in order for them to migrate the red line so that it accurately reflects your physical boundary on the ground.