Most first registrations are your typical residential properties, such as flats, garden land and houses. So it’s interesting when we receive applications to register property that are not the norm.
Working at HM Land Registry
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.
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.
Rebecca shares her experience of working at HM Land Registry to show how autism can be different for girls.
When Erin Tregunna started her IT apprenticeship at HM Land Registry, she was looking for a career change and an opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment. The experience has been both inspiring and extremely rewarding.
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.
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.
From Tomb Raider to software development, Heather Poole talks about her interesting and fulfilling IT career so far.
Nonsi Martins, Registration Officer, shares why Black History Month is important, what it means to her, and her family recipe for Oxtail stew for you to try at home.
Paula Dorman, press officer, talks about women from the past that have inspired her and how her career in HM Land Registry has progressed.