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Our News Coverage | November 2022

November was a big month both political and economically, with both combining in the Chancellor’s latest Autumn Statement which did have implications for the housing market and the conveyancing sector, in the form of the changes to stamp duty announced in the ‘Mini Budget’.

Jeremy Hunt effectively turned these threshold changes into a prolonged stamp duty holiday, and now they are due to come to an end in March 2025. Of course by then we will have had a General Election and potentially a change of Government, so these changes might not make it this far anyway, however if they do, conveyancers will have to deal with a further Government intervention and a deadline which tends to mean an increased number of transactions in the lead up to it ending.

This month, the CA held a series of meetings in London for all firms, affiliates and stakeholders and there were a number of interesting sessions, particularly around priorities for the year ahead. You can read about these in Nicky Heathcote’s blog – link attached below.

The CA also announced the date and initial details of its Annual Conference which will take place on the 7th February next year at the Leonardo Royal Hotel in the City of London. Again further information can be found in the news stories below, but you can also visit the dedicated Annual Conference, and register to attend by visiting here.

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


Reflecting member priorities for the year ahead – Nicky Heathcote online blog

21st November

CA website


Conveyancing Association announce date and initial details of 2023 Annual Conference

23rd November

Today’s Conveyancer

Best Advice

The Intermediary


Inside Conveyancing

Mortgage Introducer

Estate Agent Today


Utilising existing technology could save conveyancers time and effort – article from Beth Rudolf

23rd November

Today’s Conveyancer


LMS launches enhanced version of pioneering Secure Link technology – article mentions the Conveyancing Association

28th November

Today’s Conveyancer

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