Yes, it's public information available from the Land Registry.
No you can't get it removed but you can complain (which will probably change nothing).
We are legally required to note the price paid information on a register of the title for all residential properties sold for full market value. The register of title is a public document, so we would be breaking the law if we failed to allow access to the register or excluded the price paid information. The price paid information is released in the form of price paid data under the terms of Open Government Licence.
If you are unhappy with the principle of price paid information being recorded on the register, or the release of this data, see our complaints procedure. If you wish to report or complain about a discrepancy in the price paid information, complete our change a sales record form. This will ensure the matter is investigated and appropriate action taken.
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