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Hello, this is Jim, a dual-qualified lawyer (UK & Republic of Ireland) and happy to help you today. The title deeds will confirm who owns that property and this is likely to be the landlord. You can order title deeds for that property here : https://www.landregistry-titledeeds.co.uk/land-registry-documents/
You can teach against those door numbers to find out who owns the properties. You can also speak to the local council's housing department as they regulate landlords - you can speak to them via their site : https://www.norwich.gov.uk/info/20306/noise_nusianceThe council is under a statutory obligation to deal with noise issues and nuisance. If the tenants are causing issues then the council should be able to help you. I hope this helps? If I have answered the question would you kindly leave me a 5 star rating (at the top of your screen), any follow up questions are welcomed.
Yes you would - the cheapest option is to go directly to HM Land Registry. This site should allow you to do that - it costs a few pounds : https://www.gov.uk/search-property-information-land-registry
The title register costs £3 for each house you want to search. Just Answer is a question and answer site, we do not carry out legal work, only answer questions, sorry
The call is optional (and I am unavailable to take a call in any event).If I have answered the question (the way to get contact details for the landlord) then please let me know. If not then I can clarify the answer for you.
OK, if you try this one, it should only cost £3 : https://www.gov.uk/search-property-information-land-registry
No problem, can I help with anything else?