Working in Land Registry’s IT department covers a wide variety of work – a lot of which often goes unseen. Steve Phillips, Director of Information Technology writes about two recent projects to improve and refresh our IT estate.
House Prices can be one of the most interesting pieces of information associated with property and a lot of people use our HPI and other data to research and analyse the property market countrywide. You can search our data for not only average house prices on a national and regional basis but you can drill down even further into property types and volumes of sales.
Once you have checked and are sure that the land or property isn’t registered, then it is probably best to start your detective work in the surrounding area and making enquiries.
When a family member dies it raises not only emotional issues, but practical ones too. If the deceased is a property owner, it also raises questions about what will happen to their interest in the property.
Mines and Minerals, Chancel Repair and Manorial Rights are being regularly referred to when not too many years ago many people would perhaps never had heard of or even considered them.
We aim to make our services for members of the public as straightforward as possible to use and believe it is only by working more closely with those customers that we can improve what we offer. That’s why we have set up the Citizen Centre at our Wales office and we are delighted the centre will now be accepting applications.