Register of Inhibitions added to ScotLIS

Since its official launch in October 2017, we’ve continued to develop new features for ScotLIS, Scotland’s Land Information Service. This week, we’ve introduced a significant new step for our professional users, who can now search the Register of Inhibitions (ROI) with ScotLIS. Improved usability and accessibility The ROI is one of our Chancery and Judicial Registers, and its purpose is to publicise the names of … Continue reading Register of Inhibitions added to ScotLIS

Local Land Charges National Conference 2017

What, When & Where? On 22nd November, members of the ScotLIS team travelled down to Liverpool to attend the HMLR’s Annual Local Land Charges National Conference, an event that brings together stakeholders from various sectors including Local Authorities, Searchers and Conveyancers. The conference took place in the beautiful St. George’s Hall, in the centre of the city, and attracted over 300 delegates from across the … Continue reading Local Land Charges National Conference 2017

Transforming how we create plans for the future

This year we are continuing with our digital transformation and ambition to be an innovative, customer-focused and digital 21st century land registration body. To meet this challenge, teams across the organisation have been hard at work to develop new and improved services that have the needs of our customers at heart. This will help us as we future-proof our services and move towards being a … Continue reading Transforming how we create plans for the future

Message from the keeper – November 2017

After a busy October, November has been an exciting month of building on previous successes. As you may have seen on our social feeds, it was Innovation Month at RoS, and throughout the month we hosted internal events sharing stories from across RoS that focused on the theme of thinking differently and embracing the new. At first glance, this may seem to be an internal … Continue reading Message from the keeper – November 2017

Guest blog: ScotLIS and the future of data

Blog by Professor Stewart Brymer OBE, WS 24 October 2017 saw the launch of a new and intuitive online tool which will lead to more information about land and property in Scotland being more readily accessible to citizens as well as to business users such as planning consultants, solicitors and surveyors. The Scottish Land Information Service (‘ScotLIS’) as a concept was first discussed in 2000 … Continue reading Guest blog: ScotLIS and the future of data

A day in the life… Hackathon with Sam Larsen

A day in the life… Welcome to ‘a day in the life of’, a series of blogs going behind the scenes in Registers of Scotland (RoS) where we speak to staff in various departments across the organisation to find out a bit more about what they do. Here we meet Sam Larsen, a technical architect in the IT development team working on improving the quality … Continue reading A day in the life… Hackathon with Sam Larsen