Norwich City Council is the sixth local authority to migrate its local land charges data to the new digital Local Land Charges Register. The register means that homebuyers in Warwick, the City of London, Liverpool, Blackpool, the Isles of Scilly and now the Norwich area have instant access to records indicating whether there are any restrictions or obligations on the property they are buying. Karina Singh, director of transformation at HM Land Registry, said: “As part of HM Land Registry’s digital transformation . . . in the last year the organisation has launched its innovative digital mortgage service, where millions of people can now sign their mortgage online and on the move through their phone or tablet.” fvgfg
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