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(From Nottingham Evening Post)
A CITY MP has raised concerns over the possible privatisation of the Land Registry, which employs over 500 people in Nottingham.
The Government is considering whether there should be greater private sector involvement in the organisation, which has an office in Chalfont Drive where 509 people work.
The Land Registry is responsible for recording land titles and keeping an inventory of UK property deals.
Unions say previous government studies have already shown privatisation is not viable, and warn that if ministers try to pursue a sell-off they "won't hesitate" to ballot members for strike action.