The benefits of a national, digital Local Land Charges Register are clear to all its users, says Warwick District Council Development Manager Gary Fisher on the anniversary of the authority joining our service.
It's a year since our national, digital Local Land Charges Register went live. Director of Transformation Karina Singh celebrates what has been achieved so far and looks ahead to what's next.
The Stonewall riots in 1969 were a landmark in the civil rights movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Rory Nicholls explains what Stonewall means to him and why he's proud to represent HM Land Registry.
The success of HM Land Registry’s digital Local Land Charges Register has depended on working with users of the new service. Paul Albone, tmgroup’s Chief Operating Officer, writes about the benefits of this collaboration.
Two young men from HM Land Registry were among the British troops who landed in Normandy on D-Day 75 years ago today. Our amateur historian Peter Mayer tells their stories.
Our Workflow system helps manage the 20,000 applications we receive each day. Charlotte Fretwell explains its transformational impact, now recognised by an award from our IT industry peers.
Maggie Telfer talks about the history of the Land Register and how HM Land Registry is working towards comprehensive registration by 2030.
Blockchain technology could speed up property transactions and make them more trustworthy, secure and transparent, says Lauren Tombs of our Digital Street project.
One year on from the first digital mortgage being signed, Eddie Davies explains why more and more people are using our ‘Sign your mortgage deed’ service.
Allison Bradbury, Head of the Local Land Charges Programme, talks about one of our critical partnerships that has helped deliver a groundbreaking service.
Chris Pope reflects on 2018/19 and talks about how we're improving the processing of your applications, what we're doing to make it easier to work with us and how we're working to reduce requests for information (requisitions).