Land Registry e-DRS system enhanced

Land Registry e-DRS system enhanced

The Land Registry has made enhancements to their electronic Document Registration Service (e-DRS).

Business customers who are signed up to e-DRS can now submit electronic applications that contain a plan including: Deeds of Grant, Agreed notices (AN1) and cancellations (CN1), Unilateral notices (UN1) and removals (UN2) or cancellations (UN4), Restrictions (RX1) and withdrawals (RX4) or cancellations (RX3) and Discharges of part.

They can also receive electronic copies of title plans in the pdf downloads area of the portal.

Plans lodged must meet all existing Land Registry requirements that apply to deed plans — click here for requirements.

Have you been making use of the service? Do you think it has improved the conveyancing process?

The Land Registry’s electronic Document Registration Service (e-DRS) was highly commended at the Real IT Award ceremony this week.

It was awarded ‘runner up’ for the Delivering Business Value category, demonstrating it is one of the best examples of how IT can make a real contribution to business success.

Angela Jackson, Head of Product Development and Management said: “We are delighted that e-DRS has been highly commended at the real IT awards. “

We are working towards providing more of our services digitally to make it easier for our customers to do business with us, whilst saving time and money.

"E-DRS is a powerful example of how Land Registry can deliver a successful digital service.”

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