We’re approaching the final stages of moving our website content over to GOV.UK and will be launching on the 20th August.
Over the past few months we’ve been moving our content over to the single government website GOV.UK. It’s the new place to find information on all government services – it’s simpler, clearer and faster to search and find content.
All government services are under one roof. As an example when you view search results for ‘land registration’ you’ll notice that it’s not just Land Registry content that is displayed. GOV.UK will give you relevant information across all government agencies and departments, for example Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) for guidance on voluntary registration of land as a town or village green.
Here’s what’s happening over the next couple of weeks:
- Until 19th August both GOV.UK and the Land Registry website will be running in parallel until all relevant content has been moved
- On 20 August we’ll be switching off our existing Land Registry website (http:/www.landregistry.gov.uk)
- On 20 August our official corporate website will be GOV.UK where you’ll find information about Land Registry and other government services
Once we have completed the transition, existing web addresses and bookmarks will take you to the right place on GOV.UK – or direct you to an archived page on The National Archives if content is no longer available.