Thanks to Mr Maguire for his message on my previous blog post. I do appreciate it when people take the time to get in touch with their thoughts. Having good, regular communication with the legal profession is something I feel very strongly about as it helps us understand more fully the context in which land registration operates and the wider implications of our actions. While … Continue reading Supporting our customers: an update
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
Allan Mackenzie, RoS’s senior responsible officer for keeper-induced registration, gives an update on the project’s first phase. Back in November 2016, we started using keeper-induced registration (KIR) to add small numbers of titles in selected areas to the land register. We completed our initial phase at the end of March, and we’re now analysing the results before we roll out a full programme of KIR. … Continue reading Initial phase of keeper-induced registration complete
Allan MacKenzie, senior responsible officer for the keeper-induced registration (KIR) project within the land register completion programme, gives an update on how the project is going.