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Vision for land registration authorities

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Vision for Land Registration Authorities
Paul Dowse – Land Registry Head of Strategic Development
Allison Bradbury – Land Registry Strategic Development Manager
Presentation to the Working Party on Land Administration, UNECE, 2012: http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/announcements/2012/unece-conference-2012

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  • 1. UNECE WPLA Vision for Land Registration Authorities Paul Dowse – Land Registry Head of Strategic Development  Allison Bradbury – Land Registry Strategic Development Manager 1Content• Purpose of Land registration Authorities• Key facts 1952 vs. 2012 and beyond• S k h ld Stakeholder needsd• What is our purpose now?• Vision for Land Registration Authorities 2Purpose of Land Registration Authorities Accurate administration of all real  property units  Consequent documentation of all  private, public and company‐specific  buildings and added land units Public knowledge and information  about all rights of ownership  3 1
  • 2. What a difference a Jubilee makes? 1952 Key Facts • 14.1m dwellings • Average House Price £2,120 Average House Price £2,120 • Home Ownership 32% • Private rental sector 50% • 1950s house building boom 4What a difference a Jubilee makes? 2012 Key Facts • 27.3m dwellings • Average house price  £163,370 • Home ownership 66% • Private rental sector 17% • Lowest number of new  homes built since 1923 5And in another 20 years? 2025 Future Trends? • Ownership 60% and falling • 1.9m less owners • Private rental 20% and rising Private rental 20% and rising • Ageing population • Increased personal debt • Restricted access to credit • Greater mobility required to  secure work 6 2
  • 3. Stakeholder NeedsPublic Sector needs to Private Sector needs to Citizen needs to How do we remain relevant?Vision  • Smaller organisations • Digital by default • Less bureaucratic ‐ more agile g • Different skills • Working closely with the private sector • Wider range of property related data sets • Comprehensive coverage • Be relevant – owners, renters, developers,  infrastructure 3
  • 4. Vision• Transparency of information • Open up data• Wider role in society / government Wider role in society / government • Inform policy – green agenda • Increase compliance • CollaborationIn summary….. We need to see ourselves not  just as keepers of registers but as  organisations that enable the  release of economic value in   land and property. 4

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