We know that delays cause frustrations for everyone. In order to speed up the time to process applications and reduce delays, we’ve collated some top tips for our customers.
Our product developers are working with our Business Gateway Community members to make the registration process as fast and easy as possible.
We have devised the new form RXC to use when a consent or a certificate is needed to comply with a restriction in the register. Use of the form is optional but has the advantage of ensuring consents and certificates are correct first time.
Our caseworkers need to learn and keep pace with changes in the law, practice and systems – there are no shortcuts to building land registration expertise.
The pace of digital change is accelerating. At HM Land Registry we are investing in more digital, intuitive services that help our customers to complete and submit applications that are right the first time.
Our Early Engagement Team plays an important role in promoting the benefits of our Local Land Charges service and accelerating the number and pace of local authority migrations. Team leader Jamie Winch explains how they're building working relationships with councils across England and Wales.
Find out how we’re making it easier to remortgage online, as well as making history with our Sign your mortgage deed service.
Community has the power to lift spirits, promote tolerance and provide acceptance – and James Wand has found it in abundance since joining HM Land Registry this year.
Our Chief Economist Gian Paolo is one of the many carers working for HM Land Registry who benefit from a variety of support, including flexible, part-time and job share hours, and now have their own staff network too.
It's been a year since Mark Kelso became Programme Director for Local Land Charges. Twelve months on, he discusses what has been achieved so far and looks ahead to what's next.
Flexible hours, regular check-ins from colleagues and her manager, kind personal messages, engaging content in newsletters and team meetings have made Aishah Din feel supported and included during the Muslim month of Ramadan.