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Our News Coverage | May 2023

Government intervention within the housing market is something of a constant, and conveyancers know better than most just what this can mean in terms of work load, specifically adding to it.

Conveyancers have taken on a significant number of extra tasks as part of the conveyancing process over the last decade, and it now feels time for the Government to intervene in order to take some of the burden away, to improve the home buying and selling process, and to deliver the digital transformation which is already available.

Beth Rudolf’s article in Today’s Conveyancer on the 19th May covers this off in some detail and we would urge you to read it and Nicky Heathcote’s website blog on the 17th which also delves into the solutions already available and how Government mandation is required.

This month we were also able to announce the date and venue for next year’s Annual Conference & Dinner which will take place in Manchester on Tuesday 6th February. It will have the theme, ‘Moving Towards The Digital Age’ and we will have more details on content, how to attend and sponsorship opportunities in the weeks and months ahead.

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


Conveyancing Association launch new Building Safety Act and Building Safety (Leaseholder Protections) Guidance

2nd May

Estate Agent Today


Solutions are already here – we need the whole industry to adopt them – Nicky Heathcote website blog

17th May

CA website


Conveyancing Association announce date and venue of 2024 Annual Conference & Charity Dinner

18th May

Today’s Conveyancer

Best Advice

The Intermediary


Inside Conveyancing


The Government must intervene to drive the digital transformation of homebuying process – article from Beth Rudolf

19th May

Today’s Conveyancer


Why is buying a home so complicated? Barclays Mortgage Insider podcast mentions Conveyancing Association

23rd May

Apple Podcasts


Conveyancers refusing high rise cases over liability fears – mentions CA’s Building Safety Act guidance

23rd May

Mortgage Solutions


Conveyancers “refusing to handle high-rise transactions” – comments from Beth Rudolf

23rd May

Legal Futures

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