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Accessibility statement

We are committed to making our web content and services available to the widest possible audience and are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website. A first step in doing this is by meeting specific accessibility standards and guidelines (as detailed below). 

 More generally, the BBC website provides an excellent range of accessibility and usability advice. This site helps people, whatever their ability, to make the most of the internet and also to set up a computer to make it easier to use. Visit


This site has been built to conform to level Double A of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) - using code compliant with W3C standards for XHTML and CSS to ensure the site displays in all supported browsers (see our browser policy). Using standards compliant code means that this website should also be displayed correctly in later versions of the supported browsers.


We have tried to use 'plain english' as much as possible on this site but some content is of a technical and/or legal nature and has to be written as such. We have also made sure that the design of this website is not an obstacle to its usability and readability.


This commitment applies only to the Land Registry websites and not to websites that are linked from our pages.

Whilst we work hard to conform to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility, it is not always possible to do so.

The following areas of our site may present barriers to use for some people.

Aerial Land Locator

Due to its use of maps Aerial Land Locator requires the use of JavaScript and CSS to make them fully compliant with WCAG Double A.


This website uses Portable Document Files (PDF). Some of the PDFs created using Land Registry’s eBusiness applications and some older documents have not yet been made fully accessible.


Javascript is used throughout the site to assist with navigation, gather usage statistics and for various style purposes. Care has been taken to ensure that the site still functions completely for people who choose to not enable JavaScript in their web browser.


Training modules on this site are available in Adobe’s Flash format. Flash does present some problems for some people.

Alternative formats

If you need to access any of the information or services on this site in a different format you can contact telephone our Customer Support team on 0844 892 1111 or email Textphone and Minicom users can also call using the text relay service by adding the 18001 prefix followed by 0844 892 1111.

Contacting us

We welcome feedback on the accessibility and usability of our site. We are continually working to bring all areas of the site up to the same level of overall accessibility. If you experience any difficulty in accessing this web content, please contact us:

To contact us:

Further help


Adobe provides a PDF conversion tool that converts PDF files to more accessible formats. Tools, help and further information is available at

Advice from the main manufacturers

Microsoft (Windows)
If you use a PC / Smartphone / Tablet with Windows -


If you use an Apple Mac / iPhone / iPad -

If you use a PC with Linux -


If you use a smart-phone or tablet running the Android operating system you can find accessibility information on the manufacturer’s website for your device.

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