LAND REGISTRY Salaries in Plymouth, England

Salary estimated from 481 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 24 months. Last updated: 08 November 2017
Software DevelopmentAverage SalarySalary Distribution
41 salaries reported
£25,688 per year
  • Most Reported
£8,700
£64,000
39 salaries reported
£25,475 per year
£8,700
£64,000
28 salaries reported
£50,557 per year
£8,700
£64,000
8 salaries reported
£23,437 per year
£8,700
£64,000
ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
24 salaries reported
£30,143 per year
  • Most Reported
£16,000
£51,000
19 salaries reported
£36,635 per year
£16,000
£51,000
15 salaries reported
£36,926 per year
£16,000
£51,000
9 salaries reported
£35,695 per year
£16,000
£51,000
9 salaries reported
£23,775 per year
£16,000
£51,000
Information Design & DocumentationAverage SalarySalary Distribution
20 salaries reported
£25,613 per year
  • Most Reported
£15,000
£47,000
18 salaries reported
£35,014 per year
£15,000
£47,000
10 salaries reported
£35,695 per year
£15,000
£47,000
10 salaries reported
£28,404 per year
£15,000
£47,000
8 salaries reported
£27,293 per year
£15,000
£47,000
IT Operations & HelpdeskAverage SalarySalary Distribution
17 salaries reported
£23,635 per year
  • Most Reported
£13,000
£42,000
9 salaries reported
£28,762 per year
£13,000
£42,000
9 salaries reported
£23,775 per year
£13,000
£42,000
6 salaries reported
£28,208 per year
£13,000
£42,000
3 salaries reported
£40,620 per year
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AccountingAverage SalarySalary Distribution
35 salaries reported
£35,466 per year
  • Most Reported
£16,000
£51,000
6 salaries reported
£23,341 per year
£16,000
£51,000
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What people say about working at LAND REGISTRY

  • poor local management, but secure work and relatively well paid

    You will be involved in registering land in England and Wales. Land Registry uses its own software which is due an overhaul and can be frustrating to use at times. Local management is poor and senior management can appear remote and out of touch with...
    registration executive (Current Employee)
    Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire - 1 October 2017
  • Good benefits, stagnant progression.

    As a civil servant you get the perks of flexible working, overtime and fair holidays. However, the progression opportunities are limited and the application to progress is competency based which does not give a true reflection of people's skills and ...
    Reporting Officer. (Current Employee)
    Swansea, Wales. - 19 July 2017
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