For my final message of 2018, I thought I’d try a slightly different approach. You may have already seen my festive message for customers, and so here I thought I’d share a video recap of the year. 2018 has been an eventful year for RoS, with a number of achievements including the retirement of Registers Direct and the addition of our twentieth register. December was … Continue reading Message from the Keeper: December 2018
At 5pm on 30 November we retired our legacy service RD. Whether you were one of the many customers that made the move well ahead of the deadline or are new to ScotLIS, here’s some useful information to help you get the most from ScotLIS. Our other online services won’t be affected – RD will no longer be available on the eservices portal but you’ll … Continue reading Things you need to know about ScotLIS
It’s been a couple months since our first top tips blog, but by no means has the ScotLIS team stood still during this time. They’ve been hard at work continuing to develop the service, working with users to understand how they’ve been using ScotLIS, and also ensuring it meets customer need ahead of the retirement of our legacy service (Registers Direct) on 30 November 2018. … Continue reading ScotLIS tips #2: New data layer, and efficiency improvements
Blog post by Calum Shepherd, ScotLIS Service Owner here at RoS As a service and a team, ScotLIS believes in transparency. We have a vision, two missions, and a roadmap to respond to the needs of our users. As a rule of thumb, it’s important for teams to make these public as it helps people understand where we are going, and what we are going … Continue reading Our roadmap for ScotLIS
Blog post by Sally Pentecost, Medieval History undergraduate at The University of Edinburgh. As an aspiring historical blogger and self-confessed castle-lover, I was delighted to shadow the Registers of Scotland’s video and social media team for their #RoS400 series, which celebrates 400 years of the world’s oldest land register. Using their digital system, Registers Direct, the RoS team have been able to chart the life … Continue reading On our registers: Huntingtower Castle
Scott Bond, lead voluntary registration advisor for the agricultural and rural sector, gives us a preview of the summer agricultural show season. This summer we’ll be at a number of agricultural shows around Scotland, giving farmers and other rural landowners the opportunity to find out about the benefits of moving to the land register. Making sure rural and agricultural land is on the land register … Continue reading Voluntary registration: See you at the show!