RoS delivers on deeds, data and digital services

I’m continuing to send you regular updates to outline the measures that Registers of Scotland (RoS) is taking in response to the ongoing public health emergency and how these measures are helping businesses and customers. Updates this week include: Digital services continue to take the lead as RoS buildings remain closed to general post and personal presentments Register of Deeds opened on 01 July Register … Continue reading RoS delivers on deeds, data and digital services

RoS ready to meet customer needs

I’m continuing to send you regular updates to outline the measures that Registers of Scotland (RoS) is taking in response to the ongoing public health emergency and how these measures are helping businesses and customers. Updates this week include: RoS ready to meet customer demand as limits on house moves relax on 29 June Digital services take the lead as RoS buildings remain closed to … Continue reading RoS ready to meet customer needs

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

On our registers: Edinburgh Festivals’ most iconic venues

In August, Edinburgh comes alive. The famous city of contrasts, of ‘shifting light, of changing skies, of sudden vistas’ – as Alexander McCall Smith described it – sees its historic Old and New Town’s fill with festival goers. But behind these festival venues there are centuries of history that you may accidentally overlook in favour of that absorbing comedy sketch, author’s keynote or finale show. … Continue reading On our registers: Edinburgh Festivals’ most iconic venues

St Giles’ Cathedral added to the Land Register of Scotland

One of Edinburgh’s most iconic and historically significant buildings has joined the Land Register of Scotland. We are delighted that St Giles’ Cathedral has been added to our digital, map-based record of land and property. This registration offered us the chance to reflect on our registers and the stories they contain. When James Joyce wrote his masterpiece, Ulysses, he said “I want to give a … Continue reading St Giles’ Cathedral added to the Land Register of Scotland