Industry Experts To Reveal The Future Of Conveyancing

Geodesys – part of Anglian Water and a leading provider of conveyancing searches for residential and commercial properties throughout England and Wales – has teamed up with a series of industry experts for its new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminar. The event will explore what the conveyancing industry will look like in 2025 and how that will impact the way in which conveyancers manage their transactions whilst remaining compliant.

The complimentary seminar will take place on 19th June, from 9am to 1pm at The Old Bridge Hotel in Huntingdon and includes lunch, which will be provided at the end of the session.

Jonny Davey, Geodesys Product Manager commented:

“Our industry is undergoing a lot of change at an increasingly fast pace, so it is key for all conveyancing professionals to look to the future and be aware of what’s coming. We’ve put together a fantastic line-up of incredibly knowledgeable experts for our latest CPD seminar so we can all brush up on the latest developments.”

The first part of the event will focus on Digital Street, HM Land Registry’s research and development project looking at how data and technology can transform the land and property market. Lauren Tombs, Senior Product Manager for the Land Registry will offer a demonstration of the digital transfer proof of concept, which was developed based on smart contracts and blockchain technology.

Following on from the publication of her whitepaper “Modernising the Home Moving Process”, leading industry speaker and Director of Delivery for the Conveyancing Association Beth Rudolf will outline the government’s plans to tackle uncertainty and speed up the home-buying process. Seminar participants will hear the latest updates regarding reservation agreements, property logbooks and the best ways to involve buyers in the homebuying process of the future.

The seminar will also feature the latest information on HM Land Registry’s initiative to transform Local Land Charges (LLC) searches by creating a centralised digital service to include local authority registers. The update will be provided by Jamie Winch, Policy & Stakeholder Manager on the HM Land Registry (HMLR) Local Land Charges (LLC) programme.

Closing the session, Geodesys’ Jonny Davey will lead a discussion about the different ways in which data quality and transparency can support more informed decision-making in the conveyancing process.

To attend the event or find out more about Geodesys click here or contact Lauren Lieser on 07885 135 314.

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