Our Local Land Charges Programme has won the Geospatial Innovation of the Year category in the Digital Leaders 100 awards. We are incredibly proud that industry has recognised the importance and long-term benefits of the programme and the national register.
Our latest move away from paper-based processes means that from November 2022 we will no longer accept scanned or PDF copies of AP1s for changes to existing titles via the HM Land Registry portal.
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.
Deputy Director for Digital Services Eddie Davies explains how digital applications will make registering land and property quicker and easier by making error checking and processing times faster.
Head of IT Operations Practice Rachel Jones discusses how HM Land Registry has become one of the first organisations to adopt containerisation technology.
Electronic signatures have a major role to play in the future of land registration. We're working to ensure everyone can trust the security and usability of their signature, regardless of which platform they wish to use for signing.
Our product developers are working with our Business Gateway Community members to make the registration process as fast and easy as possible.
The pace of digital change is accelerating. At HM Land Registry we are investing in more digital, intuitive services that help our customers to complete and submit applications that are right the first time.
Our Early Engagement Team plays an important role in promoting the benefits of our Local Land Charges service and accelerating the number and pace of local authority migrations. Team leader Jamie Winch explains how they're building working relationships with councils across England and Wales.
Find out how we’re making it easier to remortgage online, as well as making history with our Sign your mortgage deed service.