Land Registry: moving operations to the private sector
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We're seeking views on options to move the operations of the Land Registry into the private sector from 2017.
The Land Registry registers the ownership of land and property in England and Wales.
This consultation sets out options to move Land Registry operations into the private sector. The purpose of the consultation is to:
- set out government’s reasons for proposing change
- propose how a private sector Land Registry would work
- share our thinking on possible models for the future of Land Registry
- seek views on the proposals, especially on our preferred option
A sale of Land Registry could allow government to pay down debt, or enable other investment for the benefit of taxpayers. It is expected that a move into the private sector would also allow Land Registry to become even more efficient. At the same time it could continue with an appropriate level of service to support the property market.
Published: 24 March 2016