HM Land Registry has hit a major milestone following the publication of our 2022+ Strategy: we are now digital by default. Digital applications are something we’ve been talking about for a while and today our digital and automation ambitions became more of a reality.
We're launching the first phase of our portal redesign on the day we go digital by default: 30 November. This is the day the Digital Registration Service becomes the default application submission service on the portal and the redesign is a key component in making it easier to submit digital applications.
Our user-centred designers ensure our customers and caseworkers have the services and systems they need to keep the Land Register accurate and up to date. Find out more about their work and their supportive community.
Working in IT Operations at HM Land Registry can be a passion or purely about the pleasure and satisfaction that comes from helping to support our hardworking colleagues.
Are you considering entering a restriction in your property title register to protect against fraud? Find out how the Form LL ‘counter-fraud’ restriction works, what the pros and cons are and how to go about applying for one.
People often call us to ask about joint ownership and whether they own their property as a ‘joint tenant’ or ‘tenant in common’. Here's how you can try to find out.
Our Chief Geospatial and Data Officer outlines how HM Land Registry's new data strategy will help to support the UK economy. We'll do this through continued collaboration with others, applying FAIR data principles and the greater use of unique property reference numbers, application programming interfaces and machine readability.
As HM Land Registry looks to increase the level of automation across its services, Eddie Davies explores what this might mean for customers and the ways that HMLR operates.
HMLR’s Business Strategy 2022+ shows how a combination of automation and recruitment can help improve customer experience – here we go into more detail on what this will look like in coming years.
You can apply to have your urgent application fast-tracked through our free expedite service. It's available for applications where a delay would put a property sale or any kind of property transaction at risk.
Automation is at the heart of our plans to develop efficient and resilient land registry services. By 30 November 2022, all applications coming to HM Land Registry, other than first registrations, can be lodged digitally. HM Land Registry will be ‘digital by default’.