At the end of last month we saw a further step forward in the CA’s…
Collaboration has been a buzz word this month with plenty to keep the industry talking about the ways and means by which the property sector can secure a greater degree of this. There has been a continued focus on the areas which the CA believes are right for greater collaboration including upfront information but also better communication and technology improvements between stakeholders.
Our CA Non-Exec Chair, Nicky Heathcote, celebrated her one year anniversary with the Association recently providing time to reflect on this in her monthly blog, plus our Director of Delivery, Beth Rudolf, made a Who’s Who of the property industry list.
Finally, a big focus at recent CA meetings was on recruitment and staff retention with a number of articles across the month looking at conveyancing firms and what they are, and could be, doing in this highly-important area.
Full details of all coverage in May can be found below:
Leasehold reform – what do agents and conveyancers need to know?
Property Natter – the Who’s Who of the industry? Mentions Beth Rudolf
98% of consumers want more upfront information. Comments from Beth Rudolf
Better tech and more staff needed to improve conveyancing times – poll result. Comments from Beth Rudolf
Enquiries: the evidence is clear – with comments from Beth Rudolf
Let’s not underestimate the power of the backbench MP – regular article from Beth Rudolf
New material information rules will benefit consumers and agents. Mentions Conveyancing Association.
No silver bullet for achieving collaboration. Comments from Beth Rudolf
Would fewer emails and more lunches boost agent and conveyancer relations? Comments from Beth Rudolf
Tech Talk: Property experts explain Material Information shake-up. Comments from Beth Rudolf
A year in the chair – Nicky Heathcote blog
Conveyancing through the pandemic and beyond – article from Nicky Heathcote
Top 5: Initiatives to boost collaboration across the property transaction. Panel debate featuring Beth Rudolf