Making our digital channels easier to use and enabling the transfer of digital data across organisational boundaries will reduce requisitions, progress calls and speed up completion of cases.
Openness and honesty have underpinned the hard work involved in migrating Stockton-on-Tees' data to the central Local Land Charges Register, says the council's Legal Practice Team Leader Alison Thomas.
Israel Spielman was perhaps our first colleague from an ethnic minority when he joined HM Land Registry shortly before the First World War. Today just over 5% of our staff declare they’re from a black, Asian and minority ethnic background, a figure we are striving to increase.
We are seeking feedback on our draft standard for digital identity checking, designed to support the development of new and accessible services for conveyancers.
An update on the speed of our service and measures we’re taking to continue to improve.
Through celebrating Black History Month, we want to foster a workplace culture where we celebrate our people and continuously evolve.
Increasing the pace at which local authorities are joining our digital Local Land Charges Register is vital. Through listening to user feedback and identifying the scope and scale of the work required for each authority, we have developed a new regional approach to deliver a better experience.
How getting feedback from HM Land Registry Industry Forum members is helping to guide and shape our policy and development plans.
IT Assurance is all about understanding people and identifying improvements, says senior manager Andrew Radmore.
Witnessed electronic signatures are already being used by customers and look to be a credible long-term option. Find out more about the process and what happens next.
Wendy Hayton talks about how the Sunflower Lanyard Scheme can help people with hidden disabilities.