Landmark Hosts Property Conveyancing: State Of The Nation Roundtable

Landmark Hosts Property Conveyancing: State Of The Nation Roundtable

Landmark Information is hosting a special roundtable event on ‘Property Conveyancing: State of the Nation’, in conjunction with the Birmingham Law Society.

Taking place on Wednesday 12th December, the roundtable brings together a group of property lawyers and conveyancers from across the Midlands region to capture insights and views on the current challenges facing legal service providers in the property space, how new technology is making its mark in residential conveyancing, the changing needs of homebuyers and sellers, as well as a look towards 2019 and what is in store for conveyancing in the region and beyond.

Confirms Tony Rollason, Regional Manager for Landmark Information: “We are really looking forward to bringing together a group of property lawyers to discuss a range of issues impacting conveyancing today, as well as look towards predictions and views for the coming year.  It’s a great opportunity to lead the debate and really understand the challenges and opportunities facing firms today. The findings from the roundtable will be reported in the Birmingham Law Society’s Bulletin, which will follow in the New Year.”

A series of regional roundtables are being held over the coming months; locations and dates will be released later this year.  For more information or to express an interest in participating in a future roundtable, contact Tony Rollason via [email protected]. Alternatively, visit www.landmark.co.uk.

Landmark Information

http://www.landmark.co.uk

About Landmark Information

Landmark Information is the UK’s leading provider of land and property search information, including digital mapping and environmental risk reports for property professionals.

It provides environmental, planning and other location-based risk information to the residential and commercial property sectors in England, Wales and Scotland, supporting legal and conveyancing professionals in their property due diligence, in line with the Law Society and SRA requirements.  

Landmark’s data and reports interpret risk and provide clear, concise guidance and solutions (where risk is identified) to ensure that conveyancers meet regulatory requirements, as well as ensuring transactions progress as smoothly as possible with purchasers able to make fully-informed decisions.

Landmark’s RiskView all-in-one environmental reports, offer a unique online viewer to help legal professionals and consumers understand and visualise potential risks at a given address. It provides concise and easy-to-interpret Contaminated Land, Flood, Ground Hazards and Energy & Infrastructure risk data, as well as interactive maps and further information for the buyer.  RiskView reports are available for both residential and commercial transactions.

In addition, the Landmark Academy was launched to help property lawyers and conveyancers meet the evolving training requirements, while maintaining competencies. The Academy provides guidance on Landmark reports, includes on-demand webinars and a range of supporting materials, and is available to access free of charge.

 

·         For more information: https://www.landmark.co.uk/landmark-legal

·         Follow Landmark Information on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LandmarkUK

·         For further information regarding RiskView reports: https://www.landmark.co.uk/landmark-legal/riskview-conveyancer

·         For more details regarding the Landmark Academy: https://www.landmarkacademyhub.co.uk/

 


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