Tackling phishing

We first started getting reports of phishing emails in August when people began contacting us to ask about emails they had received, claiming to be from us. These emails said that we would debit money from their Land Registry account.

Remember, remember the 5th of November

Houses of Parliament

London in 1605 was vastly different to today’s metropolis; it was a smelly, thriving port with 75,000 residents (compared to 8.3m in 2012). Bubonic plague was rife and Westminster was recently joined to the city by grand houses along The Strand. Had Guy been successful, what would Westminster look like today?

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Improving urban maps

The detail and accuracy of urban maps are set to be improved by an Ordnance Survey programme supported by Land Registry. Ordnance Survey (OS) has understandably given priority to recording significant topographic changes throughout Great Britain over the last 30 to 40 years.