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Updated land registration application form: Transition period ends

As you may already be aware, in March 2018 we introduced an enhanced and improved version of our land registration application form (LRAF). We’ve had positive feedback on this form, which has been designed with input from customers. Over the past three months, as discussed on our blog and social channels, we’ve been in the transition period for the new form, but the end of this period has now past.

What does the end of the transition period mean?

From 22 June, we’re now no longer accepting any old versions of our land registration application form. We have been processing them during the three month transition time, to provide a grace period for our customers to submit forms created prior to the new form being launched. However, as detailed in our earlier posts and notifications, applications submitted with the old style application form will now be rejected.

Find out more about the new application forms

The enhanced LRAF streamline the application form and improves flexibility, which ultimately helps to reduce the likelihood of rejections and improves user experience. More information on the changes can be found on our blog.

Continuing to support our customers

We want our customers to have access to all the information and assistance they might need regarding the LRAF change. There’s detailed guidance available on our Knowledge Base, or for one-to-one support, contact your RoS account manager.

Find out more!

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2 thoughts on “Updated land registration application form: Transition period ends

    1. Hi Jeanette, hope you’re well! If you have an online services account you can access the form through our online services portal. If you don’t have a login, you can download forms from our website. Full details of this can be found on our Knowledge Base at Hope that helps! Best wishes, Laura // RoS

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