First agenda announcement made for Digital Conveyancing Summit


InfoTrack have made the first announcement for the highly anticipated agenda of the Digital Conveyancing Summit. Across 10 sessions throughout the day, the event will explore four key themes of compliance, digital journeys, the importance of collaboration, and the business impact of technology. Expert speakers and panellists will address how digital is affecting and improving […]

Dye & Durham “evaluating options” following CMA decision on tmgroup

Dye & Durham have stated that they are “evaluating options” – including an appeal – following the CMA’s decision on Wednesday that it must sell tmgroup, which came after its in-depth investigation identified competition concerns. The Canadian software giant stated that they “strongly disagree” with the CMA’s decision, adding that they “continue to believe that […]

Government’s cladding contracts “impossible to sign”, say developers

Home Builders Federation

The Home Builders Federation (HBF) are refusing to sign contracts promising to fix cladding issues. The planned government proposal is seeking to rectify dangerous cladding implementations after the Grenfell Tower fire. The HBF claim the proposals go way beyond previous agreements with government officials and are “impossible to sign”. Today’s Conveyancer previously reported that developers […]

Property bubble refuses to burst amid growing desire to move


The property market is defying all odds and continues to run hot with 10% more households indicating a desire to move now than in April. According to the Q2 2022 Property & Homemover Report from TwentyCi, 402,011 households are currently considering a house move compared to 365,873 in April 2022. In addition, the number of […]