“The role of the Non-Executive Director at Registers of Scotland has arguably never been more important.” “I didn’t want to become part of the brickwork”, jokes Jayne Scott, who recently decided to step down after eight years as a Non-Executive Director on the Registers of Scotland (RoS) Board and Chair of the Registers of Scotland (RoS) Audit Committee. “I’m a firm believer that it is … Continue reading Jayne Scott – reflections of a departing Non-Executive Director
Stay up to date with everything happening at Registers of Scotland (RoS) with our monthly update. Key messages: Our new plans for unlocking Sasine’s records Annual Report and Accounts 2019-20 publication Fee increase and upcoming fee review Key Performance Indicator (KPI) and Plans Assistance Service (PAS) reviews Non-Executive Director recruitment Unlocking Sasine’s records As we work to recover from the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID–19), … Continue reading RoS embracing change
Accountable Officer Janet Egdell gives a short overview of our 2019-20 Annual Report and Accounts. Last week we published our 2019-20 Annual Report and Accounts, giving an outline of our key business activities and performance over the past financial year. During a year in which we received over 700,000 applications for registration, the report highlights many successes for RoS in 2019-20. These include increasing our … Continue reading Our 2019-20
Our digital services need to work for everyone. Front-end Architect, Rory Wilson, explains our approach. Making a website accessible means that it can be used by as many people as possible. This includes people with: impaired vision motor difficulties deafness or hearing difficulties cognitive or learning impairments It’s estimated that at least one in five people have a long-term illness, impairment or difficulty and many … Continue reading Accessibility at Registers of Scotland
RoS’ enhanced approach to unlocking the General Register of Sasines. The year has brought many challenges to the people and organisations of Scotland and Registers of Scotland (RoS) is no different. It has also given us the opportunity to reflect on how we continue to deliver our services and a chance to evaluate our tools, approaches and ways of working. As we work to recover … Continue reading Who owns Scotland?
I am sending you this update to outline how Registers of Scotland (RoS) continue to support businesses and customers in response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) health crisis. Key messages this month: Please submit documents via the Digital Submissions Service if you have them available More positive progress on Sasines Proposed extension to emergency legislation Digital Solutions As most of you will be aware, during lockdown … Continue reading Customers welcome digital solutions