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.
It's been a year since Mark Kelso became Programme Director for Local Land Charges. Twelve months on, he discusses what has been achieved so far and looks ahead to what's next.
Our Local Land Charges Advisory Board ensures our stakeholders’ interests are considered when developing policies, services and products.
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.
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.
Since the coronavirus lockdown began we have made sure our Local Land Charges Register remains available to customers, with our technical team working remotely to support it. March saw our fourth highest volume of official local land charges searches sold to date.
Our Local Land Charges conference allowed further sharing of the latest digital services to improve conveyancing.
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.
Allison Bradbury, Head of the Local Land Charges Programme, talks about one of our critical partnerships that has helped deliver a groundbreaking service.