October 2021

Checking in with our customers

Our annual NSW LRS customer survey is now open.

October 2021

Five-star GRESB rating for NSW LRS in 2021

NSW Land Registry Services (NSW LRS) has worked in partnership with its employees and stakeholders, to achieve a GRESB five-star rating.

October 2021

New requisition process for dealings starts today

In the NSW shift towards 100% eConveyancing, NSW LRS has worked with the Registrar General to improve efficiency for customers who need to respond to requisitions raised against dealings lodged electronically.

All Announcements

Are you ready for the 22 March 2021 eConveyancing mandate?

A reminder that from 22 March 2021, a further twenty-nine documents will no longer be accepted via paper lodgment.

March 2021

Are you ready for the 22 March 2021 eConveyancing mandate?

Checking in with our customers

Improving customer satisfaction with our information, products and user experience is a priority for NSW Land Registry Services.

March 2021

Checking in with our customers

Strata plans now accepted in A2 format to improve customer experience

In response to practitioner requests, NSW Land Registry Services has worked with the Office of the Registrar General to approve strata plan submissions being accepted in A2 format.

February 2021

Strata plans now accepted in A2 format to improve customer experience

Electronic Leases: NSW LRS updates mean easier lodgment

The shift in NSW toward eConveyancing means that NSW residents and businesses can conduct property transactions more efficiently online.

February 2021

Electronic Leases: NSW LRS updates mean easier lodgment

NSW LRS to accept PDF files in ePlan to improve customer experience

NSW Land Registry Services will soon make PDF the default lodgement file type in ePlan.

February 2021

NSW LRS to accept PDF files in ePlan to improve customer experience

Ninety-nine percent of documents available as electronic dealings in NSW

NSW LRS and the Office of the Registrar General have worked with Electronic Lodgment Network Operator, PEXA, to make 99% of property dealings available for electronic lodgment, without the need to attach a paper dealing.

January 2021

Ninety-nine percent of documents available as electronic dealings in NSW

Resilient NSW residential mortgage market ends 2020 on three-year high

Data from NSW Land Registry Services’ latest Residential Mortgage Activity report shows 2020 wrapped up with record growth in December, with the highest volume of mortgages written on the Register since May 2017 and the third highest in more than 16 years.

January 2021

Resilient NSW residential mortgage market ends 2020 on three-year high

Registrar General mandates new required dealings for electronic lodgment

Today the Registrar General has declared that twenty-nine dealings will become Required Dealings from 22 March 2021, meaning the documents must be lodged electronically.

December 2020

Registrar General mandates new required dealings for electronic lodgment

New requirements for the identification and claiming of slivers of land

From 1 January 2021 the Registrar General will require landholders, developers and surveyors, when preparing deposited plans of survey over Old System or Limited Title land, to deal with the whole of the land in the subject Deed or Limited Folio. These requirements seek to minimise the creation of small sliver parcels of land.

December 2020

New requirements for the identification and claiming of slivers of land

NSW LRS joins forces with Homes for Homes to combat homelessness

NSW Land Registry Services will be partnering with Homes for Homes in NSW to support the creation of social and affordable housing.

December 2020

NSW LRS joins forces with Homes for Homes to combat homelessness
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Service Status Update

Until December 2018, there will be planned outages for some NSW LRS systems while we undertake essential works. Where possible these works have been scheduled over weekends to minimise disruption to our customers.

Upcoming Outages:
Will be advised once confirmed.

To check on the status of our online services or to subscribe to our outage notifications, please visit our Service Status page.