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In November the CA held its final PSB and All-Members’ Meeting of the year in Bristol, during which there was plenty of discussion on the next 12 months and beyond, the policy priorities for the Association and where it would be best placing its resources in order to generate the best results.
A significant amount of our media coverage in November has been focused on those priorities, covering areas such as leasehold reform, rentcharges, and a range of solutions which will come out of the Home Buying & Selling Group (HBSG) and the Conveyancing Task Force.
In December we’ll be outlining the CA’s policy priorities for 2020 to the press, plus we’ll also be working closely with the HBSG to publicise its work and the working group solutions that will be launching soon. February’s Annual Conference will also be highlighted via both traditional and social media channels.
Full details of all coverage in November can be found below:
Conveyancers “need not fear” home-buying shake-up – mentions CA with comments from Beth Rudolf
Conveyancer confidence indicates positive outlook for advisers – regular article from Beth Rudolf
Digital identity checks – details of the CA’s work in this area:
Leasehold under the spotlight – includes comments from Paul Smee
‘Freehold charges cost us our dream home’ – comments from Beth Rudolf
BBC Radio 4 Moneybox – Rentcharges piece with Beth Rudolf
Policy priorities for 2020…and beyond? – Paul Smee blog