.UK Right Of Registration coming to an end

If you’ve been on the fence about registering a possible new .UK domain name – June 25th is the final date to secure any existing Right Of Registration (RoR) you might have on a .UK domain name.

Under the RoR scheme, if you have any existing .UK family domain name (.co.uk, .org.uk, .me.uk etc.) you have the first right of refusal to the matching .UK domain name. This is known as RoR and prevents anyone else from registering the domain name set aside for your existing domain/s.

According to the .UK domain name registry Nominet, there are presently around 2,000,000 .UK domain names unsecured that are eligible for RoR.

After June 25th and the end of RoR, anyone will be able to register all remaining .UK domains on a first come first served basis. To register your .UK domain head to our domain name registration page here: