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Our News Coverage | February 2022

In February we continued to push a number of key CA workstreams and messages within the media, focusing once more on the provision of upfront information but also responding to the many housing mentions within the Government’s Levelling Up White Paper.

Support for property packs continues to grow and we also highlighted the importance of the Property Data Trust Framework and what that can deliver for the process, while sharing the CA’s response to the Government’s consultation on leasehold and commonhold.

Finally, a quick heads up on this year’s British Conveyancing Awards where our very own, Beth Rudolf, has been shortlisted for the Industry Champion award. It’s a public vote so you can vote for Beth by visiting the link here. The vote closes on Friday 4th March so please make your vote count.

Full details of all coverage in February can be found below:


Leaseholders in limbo are still waiting – mentions the CA

4th February

Today’s Conveyancer


Government to develop ‘critical information’ plan to provide service charge details for buyers before purchase – comments from Beth Rudolf

4th February

Inside Housing


Levelling Up and the housing market – Nicky Heathcote blog

9th February

CA website


Conveyancing’s information problem: “legislation must be the end goal”

15th February

Today’s Conveyancer


Government should get behind property packs to ‘make the whole process better for everyone’ – Beth Rudolf regular article

18th February

Mortgage Solutions


Knowledge is power – why PDTF is a positive step forward for buying and selling – Beth Rudolf regular article

19th February

Estate Agent Today


Conveyancing Association issue formal response to Government consultation, ‘Reforming the leasehold and commonhold systems in England & Wales’

25th February

Inside Conveyancing

Mortgage Introducer

Mortgage Solutions

Today’s Conveyancer



Best Advice

The News Page


Today’s Conveyancer ‘British Conveyancing Awards’ Industry Champion awards shortlist – Beth Rudolf

February 2022

British Conveyancing Awards

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