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Joining the communications team at HM Land Registry was daunting for Government Communication Service Apprentice Olivia Frost but she quickly learned her voice and ideas were valued.
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.
Our Local Land Charges conference allowed further sharing of the latest digital services to improve conveyancing.
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.
Applications are now open for the Geovation Accelerator Programme. Caroline Bray discusses the benefits for PropTechs using geospatial data.
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.
It's a year since our national, digital Local Land Charges Register went live. Director of Transformation Karina Singh celebrates what has been achieved so far and looks ahead to what's next.
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.
The success of HM Land Registry’s digital Local Land Charges Register has depended on working with users of the new service. Paul Albone, tmgroup’s Chief Operating Officer, writes about the benefits of this collaboration.
Two young men from HM Land Registry were among the British troops who landed in Normandy on D-Day 75 years ago today. Our amateur historian Peter Mayer tells their stories.