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.
Blockchain technology could speed up property transactions and make them more trustworthy, secure and transparent, says Lauren Tombs of our Digital Street project.
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.
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.
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 one of our key values is to drive innovation in the property market, and in our research and development project, Digital Street, we are doing just that.
Student Murray McCreery explains how he created a prizewinning visualisation of property sales data.
From Tomb Raider to software development, Heather Poole talks about her interesting and fulfilling IT career so far.
Senior Product Manager Lauren Tombs takes a look forward as our research and development project Digital Street enters its second year.
John Abbott, Director of Digital Services, provides the latest news on Digital Street, our groundbreaking research and development project.