Skip to main content

Live inquiry application launch 14 th March say Land Registry Marketing Manager

    • Map Search  

  • If you use our portal you will soon be able to view the progress of your applications online, in real time, anytime.

    We are preparing to launch significant enhancements to Day List Enquiry. The service will be renamed ‘Application Enquiry’ and will be available next Monday (14 March). Like Map Search, it will be free to use.

    When Application Enquiry launches next week, customers will be able to find secure, accurate information about applications with a user-friendly search; and find more detail than ever before including the: progress status, such as: received, priority protected, in progress or delayed -

    reason an application has been delayed where applicable full priority period for Official Searches.

    Customers will also be able to save these details as a PDF.

    The service is being enhanced after customer research revealed that only 18 per cent of customer organisations use the current Day List Enquiry. Although many who use it rate it highly, a small sampling exercise revealed that 80 per cent of users went on to call us for more information about their application. The most popular reason for this was because “clients or lenders want to know what’s happening” and to “find out about another application that is holding ours up”.

    We asked customers what they require and at top of the list was “A status of whether the application has been looked at, how far down the queue it is, that type of thing”. The Application Enquiry service aims to address this and provide customers with the features they need.

    Conveyancers who tested the service said: “Found the application very easily using the Land Registry reference” and “The changes I’ve seen today, particularly the progress information would massively reduce my calls to Land Registry”.

    Lenders who tested the service said: “I can now see all the pieces in the puzzle” and “We won’t need to keep chasing our panel solicitors now”.
    Our customers said… We did:

    Customers asked to be able to search for information about an application by either Title Number or Land Registry reference. That will be possible:

    Customers wanted a fuller property description and to be able to see new title numbers against each entry listed. We have added the customer reference to each application to assist with identification:

    Customers will be able to get certain information about the stage and status of each application, while respecting privacy and confidentiality:

    These are just some of the improvements coming to the portal next Monday, along with the ability to get information about charges that have been discharged in the previous thirty days and the Priority Period of an Official Search.

    Check out the new service next week.

    Find out more about our online services and how to sign-up to use them.
See more at:

Further Reading 
reaching more people with our property fraud advice

Local Land Charges initiative is opportunity to “make real difference”

Powers of attorney and conveyancing

'Kleptocracy tours' 35,000 London properties currently have unknown offshore owners

UK's largest property developers accused of 'profiting' on the back of the housing crisis

FT first 'Rightmove maintains grip in battle of property portals @onthemarketblog

Pop Up Housing a solution not just for London but the UKRent Stabilisation Measures & Landlord Response >Research By University of Cambridge >Cambridge centre for Housing and Planning Research

Government encourages online real estate agents A better deal: boosting competition to bring down bills for families and firms

estate regeneration statement GOV UK DCLG ,Lord Heseltine ,Brandon Lewis MP

Digital Mortgage service: making improvements again & again

Start me up: Why London needs open workspaces for creativity, innovation and growth

LA police testing knife found on OJ Simpson property - reports

Uber's property footprint unmatched among San Fran Bay Area ,Tech StartUps

OnTheMarket overseas properties , Britons with holiday homes in France face paying extra 10% in tax if they sell the property following a Brexit

Guests staying with AirBnB for the super bowl top 15,000

FT first 'Rightmove maintains grip in battle of property portals @onthemarketblog

Morrisons Super Markets signs deal to sell food to Amazon online customers

Amazon eyes up UK restaurant delivery market Launches of Passion Search ,Don’t battle your passions, unleash them

Formula One star Eddie Irvine lists his Irish home on Airbnb

David Cameron calls EU referendum for June 23 2016 Official Statement @onthemarketblog selects Birst's Cloud BI platform for data integration from all its brands and apps

Good News UK mortgage approvals hit two-year high BoE

IMF Statement: LUXEMBOURG: Concluding Statement of the 2016 Article IV Consultation Mission what Brexit means UK House prices

Spanish house prices 2015 see rise highest rise 2007 crash , stabilisation of housing market,

No Brexit for me, why I'm staying in a reformed EU and so should you

Scotlands House prices rise and sales grow

An analysis of recent trends in the Irish rental market 2015 in Review

fourth quarter 2015: First-time buyers took out 87,100 loans to purchase homes. + house prices in UK

GeoPhy Exodus-from-EU-may-spark-correction-in-the-rental-market.html

1st of March David Cameron St David's Day message "wonderful country and a great part of the United Kingdom"

Amazon eyes up UK restaurant delivery market

Bank of England's unease over market's rate view Carney & Shafik

Morrisons Super Markets signs deal to sell food to Amazon online customers

Buy-to-let investors 'could face losses'

Brick-And-Mortar Crumbling? Don't Believe It > Forbes > Leadership

Chinese authorities shut down microblogging accounts belonging to a real estate mogul

Foxtons high street estate agent facing landmark claim for £2million from group of 55 landlords

Brexit , investor, impacts on the property market overall and on aggregate consumption in the economy will be limited.