Land Registry’s local land charges proposals receive significant support

Land Registry’s local land charges proposals receive significant support

The Land Registry has been carrying out research with government stakeholders and customers with a view to “widening the range of information searches to include searches of the Local Land Charges Register and other information currently supplied by local authorities”.
The findings have been released today and as a result the development of these proposals will be discussed with both private and public sector partners.
A recent Government announcement in relation to the Public Data Group has reinforced the likely benefits of combining different data sets.

The Land Registry will be exploring a number of issues which arose out of the research before proceeding but once these have been looked at and discussions with the public and private sector partners have been concluded the proposals will be presented to ministers, with an announcement as soon possible thereafter.

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