CON29 Mark Edwards
Jamie Winch
The Proposal
To develop and implement a prototype solution allowing
customers and other stakeholders to access CON29 data
held by selected Local Authorities, and other relevant
organisations, in the most efficient and cost effective
manner whilst conforming to common standards.
Land Registry are seeking to take over the provision of
maintaining a Local Land Charges register and the
enquiries of a Local Authority (CON29) forms part of
the service.
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The Proposal (Cont’d)
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Drivers
–Digital by Default
–World Bank Report
–Improve the conveyancing process
–Encourage and support Local Authority digitisation
–Release Open Data
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World Bank Report
Economy
Singapore
Hong Kong
NZ
USA
Denmark
Malaysia
Korea
Georgia
Norway
Overall Rank Starting a Construction Getting Registering Getting
Business
Electricity Property
Credit
Permits
1
3
3
6
28
3
2
5
1
5
89
3
3
1
12
45
2
3
4
20
34
13
25
3
5
40
8
18
7
28
6
16
43
21
35
1
7
34
18
2
75
13
8
8
2
54
1
3
9
53
28
17
10
73
UK
10
28
27
74
68
1
Australia
Finland
Iceland
Sweden
Ireland
11
12
13
14
15
4
55
52
61
12
10
36
41
24
115
34
22
1
9
100
40
26
12
38
57
3
42
42
42
13
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Registering a Property - indicators
Step
1
Description
Standard enquiries (Sellers pack) Seller's to buyer's
Solicitor
Time
Cost
1-4 weeks
£3,500 - £10,000
2
Conduct Conveyancing searches
1-3 weeks
£300 - £1,000
3
Draft & exchange of contracts
1 day
Included in step 1
4
Pre-completion LR search
1 day
5
SDLT submission
1 day
£4
% of the value of
property
6
Registration of transfer & charge at LR
7 days
£40 - £920
Year
Enhancements to Registering a Property indicator
2010
No reform as measured by Doing Business
2011
The lodging of a SDLT processed automatically and electronically by the HMRC
2012
No reform as measured by Doing Business
2013
Electronic lodgment (e-DRS) for property transfer applications at LR.
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Research
–Market Warming Day – 20th June 2013
–Local Authority Engagement
–Focus Groups
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Customers
• Local Authorities
• Personal Search Companies
• Local Government
–Independent Market Research
–Infoland (Norwegian Searches)
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Hybrid Solution
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Benefits
Area
Customer (includes;
licensed conveyancers,
solicitors, lenders &
private individuals)
Local Authorities
Central government
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Benefit
o Clarity and ease of contact
o Closer understanding / relationship
o Greater range of products / services to meet needs
o Standardized cost/format
o Standardized processing times
o Enhanced “e” product set
o Increased use of “e” services
o State guarantee
o Enhanced customer experience
o Faster and earlier decision making
o Revenue share Funding model for digitisation
o Reduced operating costs
o Reduced EIR requests
o Improved service
o Improve World Bank Report rating
o Digital by default agenda
o Public/Private sector working
o Access to data
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Any Questions?
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(CON29) forms part of the service.