Home » News » Is Land Registry’s goal to digitise key conveyancing data too ambitious? previous nextProptechIs Land Registry’s goal to digitise key conveyancing data too ambitious?Key plank of plans to speed up house sales has seen just 17 of 300+ local authorities migrate their records online.Nigel Lewis9th April 20211 Comment393 Views The Land Registry has told The Negotiator that it still expects to migrate all of the Local Land Charge (LLC) data of the UK’s 300+ local authorities to its centralised national online service by 2025.This is despite just a handful of local authorities having completed the task so far, which requires tens of thousands of existing paper records to be digitised by each council.The programme is a key plank in Land Registry attempts to speed up the conveyancing progress, which is often slowed significantly while solicitors wait for LLC data to be searched by a local authority.There are 12 different parts of the LLC Register covering a wide range of areas such as financial charges, planning, miscellaneous, aviation, listed buildings and light obstructions notices, but the initiative excludes CON29 enquiries.Ambitious targetThe aim of the Land Registry to get so many local authorities’ records digitised in just three years is ambitious to say the least – so far just 17 have transferred are about to transfer their records since July 2018. This includes the latest, Stockon-on-Tees.“To meet our ambition to migrate all local authority LLC data in England and Wales to the national register by 2025, we have adopted a regional migration approach,” a spokesperson says told the Negotiator.“By working closely with local authorities and stakeholders we expect the pace of migrations to increase.“As external factors can affect local authority engagement and LLC rollout, we are not able to put a definite figure of the number of local authorities that will migrate each year. But we do expect migration numbers to steadily increase over the next few years.”The service costs £15 per search and will be instant. April 9, 2021Nigel LewisOne commentRichard Mathias, Law Firm Services Law Firm Services 9th April 2021 at 9:35 amBut what this doesn’t say is that an LLC1 is only part of a search – less than half in fact so Search providers will still need to gather con29 information which are the main cause of delays. Also regulated search providers can obtain this data FOC and no mention of the cost of the govt funded project ?Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
View Comments Peter Pan Goes Wrong has announced casting for its return to the West End’s Apollo Theatre. The Olivier nominated comedy, which brings mayhem to the J.M. Barrie classic and festive favorite, Peter Pan, will play a limited engagement from October 21 through January 29, 2017.The cast will include Matt Cavendish as Max, Bryony Corrigan as Sandra, Susan Harrison as Lucy, Harry Kershaw as Chris, Bailey Patrick as Trevor, Laurence Pears as Francis, Daniel Pitout as Jonathan, Oliver Senton as Robert, Sydney Smith as Dennis and Adeline Waby as Annie. Rounding out the company will be Katherine Carlton and Tom Cox.In Peter Pan Goes Wrong, the much loved members of The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society once again battle against technical hitches, flying mishaps and cast disputes on their way to Neverland with hilarious and disastrous results.Co-written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, the production will be directed by Adam Meggido, with set design by Simon Scullion, lighting by Matt Haskins, costumes by Roberto Surace, sound design by Ella Wahlström and songs composed by Richard Baker and Rob Falconer. ‘Peter Pan Goes Wrong’
Share 768 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! The liquor license suspension will come under review this week, according to the Hon Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit.“The Ministry of Health will assess things and where there is the need to make changes, we will make changes,” Hon Skerrit, who is Chair of the Cabinet Subcommittee on COVID19, said.“For example, we had a long discussion on the liquor license suspension. There is a view of holding it up until [this] week when we will make an assessment and if we have to reinstate the liquor licenses then we shall do that,” he said in a radio discussion late last week.Liquor licenses were suspended effective April first as part of curfew restrictions in effect likely with a view to discourage gatherings and maintain individual and social responsibility.The review, he said, will take place this week. Share CoronavirusLifestyleLocalNews Liquor License Suspension to Be Reviewed by: – April 20, 2020 Tweet Share
Uganda reached their first AFCON for 39 years in 2017 and although they did not pass through the group stage, they looked comfortable at this level. They are one of the continent’s most improved sides, formidably organised by their French coach Sebastien Desabre and brighter in the final third than they were two years ago, too. They can hold their own with the best and assuming they come through Group A, will be a particularly awkward opponent to face later on.–Follow all the Uganda games with #JoyAFCON. There’s live radio commentary on Joy 99.7FM, post-match programs on Joy FM, JoyNews TV (available via MultiTV Digibox and on DStv channel 421), Joy Prime (on DStv 281), analysis shows, and fanzones. Follow complete social media coverage on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @JoySportsGH.
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When the Beagle was sailing the coast of Argentina in 1834, it stopped at the mouth of the Santa Cruz River. 25-year-old Charles Darwin, who had been reading Lyell’s Principles of Geology, got out and explored the area on foot as the crew made camp on the cliffs. Darwin was impressed by the six-mile-wide canyon with its comparatively small river. He was led from his reading of Lyell to assume that this was another example of the cumulative power of small processes to produce big changes over vast periods of time. Geologist Steven Austin recently visited Camp Darwin at the Santa Cruz canyon. He examined the basalt cliffs and cobbles with a geologist’s eyes and came to a quite different interpretation. “What I saw at Camp Darwin utterly shocked me,” he said. “I saw abundant evidence for a colossal flood that must have rapidly performed significant erosion in the valley.” His results can be found at ICR, where he explains that the nature of the cliffs, the basalt being on one side and not the other, and the large rounded boulders on top of the cliff (some as big as 15 feet in diameter), and other evidences speak clearly of catastrophism, not uniformitarianism. This incorrect assumption, he believes, was young Darwin’s first wrong turn that led him to view the world evolving through slow, gradual accumulations of small changes. Dr. Austin has posted a 10-minute video on YouTube explaining his findings, with footage shot on location where he points to evidences you can see for yourself.This is a good example of how the glasses through which you view the world can color everything. Darwin read the world with his Lyell glasses on. Because those glasses blocked certain wavelengths, he failed to see evidence that was right in front of his nose. Watch this short video and spread the link to friends today on the Darwin Bicentennial.(Visited 34 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Related Posts Tags:#Facebook#web The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification We warned you on the day Facebook filed for its initial public offering that, from that point onward, the company would be fixated on making investors and advertisers happy, in that order, even if it meant making users unhappy. So it has come to pass. How else to explain Facebook’s latest effort to bolster advertising revenue, which portends yet another wave of privacy concerns and alienated users?Matching Email Addresses & Phone NumbersThe new ad program lets advertisers match email addresses and phone numbers from their own files with the information shared by users on Facebook, making it easier to target ads. That follows programs launched in the past few months that let advertisers target ads based on surfing habits on other sites and ads that follow users once they leave Facebook.How effective are these initiatives? Effective enough for Slate to declare that Facebook is finally a place where politicians can win votes through advertising. Effective enough that shares of Facebook are, at this writing, up in a second straight day of trading.That may sound like good news, especially if you’re part of the two groups of preferred stakeholders. But Facebook could be trading a short-term game for long-term regulatory problems, and the most recent push seems like a desperate bid to woo institutional investors who can prop up the company’s share price.Regulators Ratchet Up The PressureFacebook’s plan to boost revenue by revealing personal information comes at a time when regulators in both Europe and the U.S. are clamping down in response to privacy concerns. The EU measures have more teeth than those proposed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which primarily targets how information from minors is used.“These new limits will seriously hamper the company’s focus on a market of half a billion people in the EU and hone its efforts on US consumers,” said Darren Hayes, a professor at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems in New York. “This change will require that the company become more intrusive about collecting personal data.”Hayes expects the FTC to push forward with its new rules and perhaps open new investigations into Facebook as early as next year. Government actions could end in hefty fines and diminished confidence in the company’s ability to grow revenue without flagrantly violating privacy. “If President Obama is re-elected, then the FTC will be relentless with these investigations,” Hayes predicted. How Much Is Privacy Worth To Users?Of course, fines and regulatory pressure probably won’t stop Facebook’s latest efforts to target ads at the risk of privacy. The company has, after all, made an art form of pushing ahead with intrusive initiatives and weathering negative publicity related to its privacy policies. The ultimate regulation comes from users who will, sooner or later, either quit Facebook or accept privacy breaches as the price of using the service. Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… dave copeland