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New milestones, new lenders, new features: Continued progress for DDS

With its fully digital customer journey that delivers increased efficiency for solicitors, lenders and RoS alike, the Digital Discharge Service (DDS) has been one of the earliest success stories in our digital transformation. It’s been just over a year since its official launch, and we’ve continued to reach new milestones, bring new firms on board and add new features to the service. 20,000 discharges and … Continue reading New milestones, new lenders, new features: Continued progress for DDS

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Registers of Scotland challenge Adam Smith Business School students

Blog by Fiona McKie, Head of Innovation at RoS One of the best things about working in innovation at RoS is that I get to be involved in activities that allow us to collaborate externally and work with people from different sectors, professional backgrounds or perspectives, achieving outcomes that would not have been possible if taken from a single viewpoint. The University of Glasgow Adam … Continue reading Registers of Scotland challenge Adam Smith Business School students

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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 … Continue reading Updated land registration application form: Transition period ends

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E is for Equality: The Keeper on how organisations like ours can inspire inclusion

Following her attendance at the Edinburgh Processions this weekend – celebrating one hundred years of votes for women – Jennifer Henderson, the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland, reflects on her personal experiences promoting inclusion in the workplace. This blog is part of our #RegistersAtoZ series which you can follow on social media. Never once in my childhood was there any suggestion that I couldn’t … Continue reading E is for Equality: The Keeper on how organisations like ours can inspire inclusion

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Meet our new Sustainability Manager

To celebrate World Environment Day, we met Emma Roy, who joined us in May as our new Sustainability and Climate Change Manager. We caught up with Emma to find out more about her and what she hopes to bring to Registers of Scotland. Tell us a bit about your background. I’ve always been interested in the environment and I’ve been very lucky to spend the … Continue reading Meet our new Sustainability Manager

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Year of Young People: Blazej Wielk

Blog post by Isla Cameron, Corporate Communications Assistant here at RoS For this Year of Young People we asked around the business for people aged 26 and under to contribute in the activities and blog stories that will take place throughout the year. We are working to build the next generation of RoS staff, as we’ve already been doing with our successful MA programme for the … Continue reading Year of Young People: Blazej Wielk