Land Registrar's Statement, 2007
Highlights of 2006/07
Organization Chart of the Land Registry
Organization Structure
Management Structure
Services and Workload
Performance Pledges
Customer Service
Future Plan
Financial Objectives
Actual Performance
Fees and Charges
Service enhancement to the Integrated Registration Information System (IRIS)
Reducing stopped deeds
One-stop Stamp Payment and Registration
Property Information Hub
Future Plan
Customer Liaison Groups
Land Registry Joint Standing Committee
Land Registry Circular Memoranda
Land Registry News
Information Pamphlets
Customer Service Hotline
Corporate citizenship
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Green Management and Environmental Improvement
Future Plan
Profit and Loss Account
Balance Sheet
Statement of Changes in Equity
Cash Flow Statement
Notes to the Accounts
The Land Registry 2005/06 Annual Report
Fourteenth Year in Review
The Land Registry Trading Fund
Vision, Mission, Values and Functions
Operations and Customer Service
Financial Management
Development Projects and New Services
Title Registration
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Human Resources
Risk Management for IT Systems
Report of the Director of Audit
Financial Statements
Annex 2006/07 Performance Pledge
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Human Resources

Staff Relations

We recognize that effective communication between management and staff is essential to provide quality service to clients and customers. We are committed to providing an environment that promotes communication between staff at all levels. Regular management meetings and goodwill visits are held to exchange views with staff. The Departmental Consultative Committee, consisting of 14 representatives of various staff groups, meets quarterly to promote better understanding and co-operation between staff and management.


PhotoThe Staff Magazine, a departmental publication produced by the staff themselves, was issued quarterly under an Editorial Board comprising officers from different grades and ranks. The Magazine has been proven to be a popular publication among staff that has helped promote team spirit and a sense of 'corporate identity'.

The Land Registry Staff Recreation Club was run by staff on a voluntary basis. In 2006/07, it organized a great number of social and recreational activities, including the department's annual dinner, Christmas party, interest classes and outings.


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