We've changed the name of our View My Applications service to View Applications as customers can now search for their colleagues' applications as well as their own.
The pace at which we are migrating local authorities to our national Local Land Charges Register has dramatically increased, thanks to the creative focus and hard work of our dedicated team and our local authority and private partners.
Under the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act, a new Register of Overseas Entities will be created and held by Companies House. Find out how the Act is progressing, and what will happen next.
Every year, we send more than 200,000 requests for information (requisitions) in relation to variations in names in applications, such as the spelling or order of names. We look at how to avoid these time-consuming requisitions, and what to do if you spot a name variation.
We are excited to launch a new dedicated practice guide to signing deeds and documents electronically. We hope it will give clarity where required and encourage users who are new to electronic signatures.
Our customers’ voices are central to the planning of services and products as well as measuring our performance. Find out how we gather feedback and how it influences our decision-making.
From November this year, ALL portal AP1 applications are to be submitted using the Digital Registration Service.
We are exploring reintroducing calls to resolve requisitions.
We are working with a range of private sector delivery partners to quicken the pace of delivery of our Local Land Charges Programme and the benefits it brings to the property market.
Soon you will be able to check in on your colleagues’ applications via the HM Land Registry portal.
Applications for registration services submitted on or after Monday 31 January will be charged under the new 2021 Fee Order. Are you ready?