Who among us hasn’t wanted to know how much a property has sold for at one time or another? Find out about how HM Land Registry data creates reliable house price information as well as other benefits our data provides to the UK.
More than 1,000 streets in England and Wales have Coronation in their name. So where do you pay the most for the royal appellation? And where might Ken Barlow's street rank?
Taking part in the Geovation programme was a pivotal moment for Veya, which provides analysis of HM Land Registry title deeds. Founder Jason Howarth tells us how far the firm has come.
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.
SearchLand aims to help property professionals make better informed property and land decisions. Find out how the start-up has benefited from 12 months of invaluable financial and practical support from the Geovation Accelerator Programme.
Skyroom was a participant in the Geovation Accelerator Programme in 2018 – a programme which provides geospatial and PropTech start-ups with grant funding and six months of intensive support, backed by HM Land Registry and Ordnance Survey.
The award-winning Geovation Accelerator Programme has already helped 137 PropTech and geospatial start-up firms advance to the next level. Applications for the next cohort will go live in the summer and we can’t wait to start the cycle once again with new participants in October.
The Geovation Accelerator Programme gives property and geospatial technology businesses the help and support they need to grow, as the latest success stories show. We're now looking for the next group of innovators to join the programme.
Read our latest updates and achievements as we continue to work toward realising our ambition of becoming the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity, and an open approach to data.
We’ve built a prototype digital register to explore and improve the structure of our data and how the next evolution of the Land Register could deliver significant benefits for data users, as Gareth Robson explains.