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.
For our new digital services to go live on GOV.UK, we need to meet the criteria in the Digital by Default Service standard. Service assessments are completed by a panel – this can include GDS with other trained assessors from across government. As part of our digital journey, we’ve continued to grow our capabilities and…
When customers ask us for title deeds, they’re frequently disappointed to find out that we don’t have the originals! So what are they, where are they kept and do you need them?
Last month the winners were announced for the annual Civil Service awards and we were delighted that our Property Alert service won in the Innovation category.
Senior solicitor Chris Wilton is a supporter of Land Registry’s Local Land Charges proposals and acting as an adviser on them. He tells us about the relationship his firm has built with Land Registry and how he thinks the proposals will benefit conveyancers and their clients.
We have recently been involved with developing a system aimed at facilitating the conveyancing process across the EU. The project is called CROBECO, which stands for “Cross Border e-Conveyancing”. The second part of this project is drawing to a close, following its closing conference in London on 1 December.
It can take time to get used to a new website. In a previous blog, we talked about how we have continued to develop our new pages on GOV.UK since we went live some three months ago. Here we wanted to give you some quick tips to help you find what you are looking for more quickly.
Land Registry has invited local government representatives to attend our 2015 Digital Transformation Days. These free events aim to explore the latest digital solutions for citizens.