RoS supporting the recovery

I’m continuing to send you regular updates to outline the measures that Registers of Scotland (RoS) are taking in response to the ongoing public health emergency and how these measures have been helping businesses and customers. For clarity, our buildings remain closed and we are therefore not accepting paper applications or personal presentments at our offices, but we have implemented a range of solutions (detailed … Continue reading RoS supporting the recovery

Another week of positive progress

I’m continuing to send you regular updates to outline the measures that Registers of Scotland (RoS) are taking in response to the ongoing public health emergency and how these measures have been helping businesses and customers.   Significant updates this week include: Changes to statutory fees Government signals an ease in lockdown measures on construction sector Fees As part of our review process, RoS this … Continue reading Another week of positive progress

Digital submissions to Register of Inhibitions and Register of Judgements now live

I’m continuing to send you regular updates to outline the measures that Registers of Scotland (RoS) are taking in response to the ongoing public health emergency and how these measures have been helping your businesses and customers.   Significant updates this week include: Digital submissions to Register of Inhibitions and Register of Judgments Plans for digital submissions to Register of Sasines Scotland’s housing market The … Continue reading Digital submissions to Register of Inhibitions and Register of Judgements now live

Redesign with end-users in mind

Over the past few months we have been building, testing and developing our corporate website. We will soon be going live with our public beta, and before then we will be telling stakeholders through our blog how we have developed the site with the user at heart. Why the overhaul? The corporate website has grown to an unwieldy size with lots of content being added but … Continue reading Redesign with end-users in mind

Major milestone as new Keeper signs royal commissions

In her new role as Keeper of the Registers of Scotland, Jennifer Henderson now acts as the official face of RoS. This involves a number of responsibilities, and as discussed in our recent blog, several are related to our Chancery and Judicial Registers (CAJR). Jennifer makes her mark This week, Jennifer completed a major step in officially taking on the roles and responsibilities of the … Continue reading Major milestone as new Keeper signs royal commissions

How I became an operations director

To tie in with International Women’s Day, we wanted to shine a spotlight on some of the women here at Registers who, through their roles, are making our business transformation happen! In this article we speak to Janet Egdell, Operations Director and Accountable Officer here at RoS.  International Women’s Day, and the events organised around that date, present a fantastic opportunity each year to celebrate … Continue reading How I became an operations director