We're working with public sector organisations across England and Wales to ensure all their land and property is registered by 2025, as our Head of Public Sector Strategy Shane Bartlett explains.
How did a job as a climate change researcher lead to the role of Head of IT Operations at HM Land Registry? Rachel Jones, newly nominated for a Women in IT Award, takes us on the journey.
It’s been another important year for HM Land Registry and we're glad to see that so many of you are following our work on our blog. As the year comes to a close we look back on the most-read posts of 2018.
At HM Land Registry we enjoy a huge amount of health and wellbeing support and a thriving Disabled Employee Network. We’re celebrating the current Disability History Month and this year’s theme of Disability and Music.
We hear you when you say you want quick, accurate and consistent support from us, so we are modernising and reshaping HM Land Registry to ensure we can provide the level of service you expect and deserve.
At HM Land Registry one of our key values is to drive innovation in the property market, and in our research and development project, Digital Street, we are doing just that.
Student Murray McCreery explains how he created a prizewinning visualisation of property sales data.
Allison Bradbury, Head of Local Land Charges Programme, provides an update on our new digital register and shares what's next for the programme.
As part of International Fraud Awareness Week, Julie Jenkins highlights how property fraud can be prevented year round.
From Tomb Raider to software development, Heather Poole talks about her interesting and fulfilling IT career so far.
Infantryman Ernest McDouall survived to see the Armistice which ended the First World War on 11 November 1918 – but is honoured today as one of the 14 HM Land Registry men who lost their lives as a result of the conflict.