October has been an incredibly busy month in terms of events, working groups, debates and the like. Not least of those were the CA’s own series of meetings which took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel prior to the ESTAS Conveyancing Awards.
The CA held Policy & Strategy Board, Legal Member, and All-Member Meetings throughout the day which were very well attended and (as always) provide the Executive with plenty of good advice and a clear steer on what it should be doing next.
From a media coverage point of view, the CA’s Director of Delivery, Beth Rudolf, has been doing sterling work in terms of pushing the Association’s agenda, particularly in regards to the ways that the home-buying process might be improved.
We are now of course not too far from the big event in the CA’s calendar – the Annual Conference & Dinner – which this year takes place on December 6th at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. It promises to be a very informative day and you can find details of the event, the seminars, and the dinner in the press coverage below.
Full details of all coverage in October can be found below:
Estate agents resisting reservation agreements – comments from Beth Rudolf
‘Cheaper, more accessible’ bridging finance could solve house buying delays – comments from Beth Rudolf
Time is right for digital property logbook to modernise homebuying process – Conveyancing Association
Delivering a quality service – regular Paul Smee blog
Brokers should pressure conveyancers to smooth conveyancing process – Beth Rudolf
From SP to LTD to ABS and from SRA to CLC – Paul Hajek blog – mentions CA