I’m writing this on the longest day of the year – the Summer Solstice –…
It has been a month when political matters have dominated the general discourse, and the housing and property market is essentially no different to that, with plenty for the Association to get its teeth into, and a Levelling Up White Paper on the horizon which is likely to give us all more to chew over.
Cladding and leasehold inactivity have been the key areas of focus for the CA in January, with the launch of the Guidance for member firms on Cladding, and a call on Government to implement the leasehold measures it has already announced from a wide array of property market stakeholders.
In the media we’ve also been talking about technology and the property process, plus continuing to focus on upfront information and what should be included.
Full details of all coverage in January can be found below:
Implementation must follow Government announcements – Nicky Heathcote blog
Embracing change and digitisation in 2022 – mentions Beth Rudolf and CA
Welcome to 2022 – Beth Rudolf blog
Could blockchain speed up home buying? Comments from Beth Rudolf
91% of agents say upfront information “must be mandated” – conveyancers share their views – comments from Beth Rudolf
Updated government cladding policy step toward more ‘palatable solution’ for leaseholders – Rudolf