Land Registry is the government department responsible to the Lord Chancellor It is responsible for keeping and maintaining the Land Register of England and Wales Its main purpose is to register title to land in England and Wales and to record dealings once the land is registered
HM Land Registry’s International Unit aims to provide land registration advice, expertise and technical know-how to those countries seeking to establish and develop private land ownership, secure land tenure and functioning land and mortgage markets.
We are passionate about land registration and firmly believe that as a cornerstone of today's economy, it enables everyone who deals with property to do so with confidence.
We offer consultancy, training and study tour services, covering a wide range of disciplines connected with land administration – including land registration practitioners, lawyers, surveyors, information technology, human resources, finance and training specialists.
We are pleased to make our knowledge and expertise available to client governments, particularly in developing and transition countries.
Our people are experts in their fields and cover a wide range of land administration functions, from land policy and legislation to training and staff development.
We provide people for consultancy assignments ranging from just a few days to up to six weeks at a time.
We provide our consultancy services directly to client governments and indirectly as specialist sub-contractors on larger land administration projects.