Thursday, 4 March 2010

UKMAP good for Land Registry

Great news was received today at UKMap HQ. After much review and testing Land Registry have confirmed [and are happy for us to tell people] that they are happy to accept registrations based on UKMap.
Great news for all those consultants, government types and property professional using UKMap.
Full text below
"Following a review of UKMap, Land Registry is able to confirm that UKMap meets Land Registry's requirements as a mapping base on which registration applications can be made and is comfortable accepting registration applications based on UKMap. Such registration applications must still follow relevant guidance as set out in Public Guide 40."


  1. What about the announcement from Gordon Brown today...

    “Following the strong support in our recent consultation, I can confirm that from 1 April, we will be making a substantial package of information held by Ordnance Survey freely available to the public, without restrictions on re-use."

    Further details on the package and Government’s response to the consultation will be published by the end of March.

    “The web and the internet offer us a chance to reinvent ‘deliberative democracy’ for the modern age.

    “Digital government will help open the door to new ways of enabling people to influence and even decide public policy. And it will give them better and more comprehensive access to the information they need to make informed choices."

    Does this open the door for UKMap as the assumption is that large scale mapping will NOT be given away free?

  2. The various residential property price reports provides a detailed and authoritative insight into what is actually happening to average prices and sales volumes in the residential property market for UK.Remember registering your land proves you own your land. It protects you against claims on your land if someone were to try to steal it and is the most effective way to bring all your documentation up to date.For more details

    Land Registry