ScotLIS user stories: Bell Ingram LLP

Customer interaction has been a key part of the development of ScotLIS, and we’re continuing to work with our stakeholders to introduce new features and improvements. Here we caught up with Marcus Humphrey, GIS Technician at Bell Ingram LLP, to understand how he uses ScotLIS and how it improves access to land and property information. Q: What have been your first impressions of ScotLIS since … Continue reading ScotLIS user stories: Bell Ingram LLP

Student sponsorship: Catch up with Michael Arthur

As you might remember, as part of our year-long series of events and partnerships to mark 400 years of the General Register of Sasines, we sponsored a Masters in research at the University of Glasgow. We caught up with Michael Arthur, the student undertaking the degree, several times during his studies. His thesis is now complete, and so we spoke with him again to see … Continue reading Student sponsorship: Catch up with Michael Arthur

Landlord Register: One year on

Our digital application for Scotland’s Register of Landlords has now been live for a year! This was the first Register built in collaboration with Scottish Government (SG) as part of the New Registers project. It has been a challenge capturing all 32 Local Authorities (LA) specific requirements yet hugely rewarding building a shared understanding and encouraging discussions amongst Local Authorities and Scottish Government. Collaboration In … Continue reading Landlord Register: One year on

Password reset: New feature for ScotLIS

Business users can now reset their password directly through ScotLIS. This new chosen password will then work for all RoS digital services accessed through an online services account. The introduction of this feature is based on customer feedback, and allows users to easily reset passwords without the need to contact RoS customer services. Using the new feature is easy, simply click “Forgotten your password?” at … Continue reading Password reset: New feature for ScotLIS

Working with our customers: Proposed improvements to our land registration application form

At the heart of our digital transformation is the ambition to provide a better, more efficient service to our customers, and we’re hard at work to deliver this across all our services. A key part of achieving this aim was put in place on 30 January 2018 when new statutory rules that will lay the groundwork for future improvements to come were approved by the … Continue reading Working with our customers: Proposed improvements to our land registration application form

Register of Inhibitions added to ScotLIS

Since its official launch in October 2017, we’ve continued to develop new features for ScotLIS, Scotland’s Land Information Service. This week, we’ve introduced a significant new step for our professional users, who can now search the Register of Inhibitions (ROI) with ScotLIS. Improved usability and accessibility The ROI is one of our Chancery and Judicial Registers, and its purpose is to publicise the names of … Continue reading Register of Inhibitions added to ScotLIS