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.
Rebecca shares her experience of working at HM Land Registry to show how autism can be different for girls.
Tom Ansell, Head of Conveyancing for Brethertons LLP solicitors, talks about how the new digital Local Land Charges Register is helping the conveyancing industry.
It's important our geospatial data is accessible and straightforward to use. Through the Data Discoverability project we, as a Geospatial Commission partner body, are working on improvements to the way we supply and present it.
Our Chief Operations Officer, Chris Pope, explains how we're improving our services to become easier to do business with, while providing quick, accurate and consistent delivery.
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.
Digital technology is changing the way we sell, buy and rent properties – and even how we find people to share them. Orla Shields of GetRentr tracks the trends in the continuing transformation of the property sector.
Data can tell stories of social as well as statistical value, as our competition prizewinners Lewis Carroll and Kat Kynes of marketing consultancy Pole Star Digital proved.
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.