Sending certified copies of deeds with first registration applications is faster, more secure and less costly than lodging original documents. Here’s how to make the most of the opportunity.
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.
Maggie Telfer talks about the history of the Land Register and how HM Land Registry is working towards comprehensive registration by 2030.
We're working with public sector organisations across England and Wales to ensure all their land and property is registered by 2025, as our Head of Public Sector Strategy Shane Bartlett explains.
If you've not seen an HM Land Registry title register before, you may wonder what it's all about. As Frank Ramsay learns, you need to know your ABC.
Deputy Director for Comprehensive Registration at HM Land Registry, Maggie Telfer, explains the benefits of comprehensive registration and how it will make buying and selling homes easier.
When customers ask us for title deeds, they’re often disappointed to learn that we don't have the originals. Find out what they are, where they might be kept, and whether you need them.
Head of Customer Engagement Duncan Chittenden talks about how we're working with customers to improve the quality of applications.
Clarification of our new practice for certified copies and its requirements, to make sure your first registrations are processed smoothly.
Emma Dunn looks back over her 19 years as a caseworker and shares what being a Straight Ally has meant for her