HM Land Registry has hit a major milestone following the publication of our 2022+ Strategy: we are now digital by default. Digital applications are something we’ve been talking about for a while and today our digital and automation ambitions became more of a reality.
Elliott talks about his apprenticeship and the placements he has had within IT Operations, who maintain availability and performance of our services.
We explore how our urban environments contain a wealth of spatial data about our collective past to help us build better.
Leah Gregory writes about her experiences as an apprentice and how this helped her towards a career in our Facilities and Property Asset Management Team.
Jessica has been working in our IT Solutions department. She talks about her apprenticeship and working to develop our digital services in her blog.
Former apprentice, Georgia, talks about reverse mentoring our Chief Executive Graham Farrant and how this has helped to progress her career.
The latest instalment in our blog series explains why implementation and management of robust spatial data infrastructure are best practice in the infrastructure sector.
Working in HM Land Registry’s IT department covers a wide variety of work – a lot of which often goes unseen. Steve Phillips, Director of Information Technology writes about two recent projects to improve and refresh our IT estate.
Our latest blog discusses how infrastructure planning integrates green, blue and grey assets to manage flooding and the impact of our most unpredictable natural asset.
This month Stephanie, our Web Content Manager, talks about using the search tool on GOV.UK to find the information you need.
Our series on data-driven infrastructure planning continues and explores the criteria for community development around eco-systems to preserve natural habitats.