The Council for Licensed Conveyancers ( CLC ) has this week announced the re-launch of their publication ‘Chronicle’. Issued every 3 months, the Chronicle is intended to provide an exciting and fresh approach to coverage of relevant conveyancing issues.
Sarah Beeny (Property Ladder, Tepilo) will be providing a regular review for the journal. Sarah comments: ‘I am delighted to be involved with the Chronicle – which I hope would help inform more professionals within the property sector of the ongoing work of the CLC and the licensed conveyancer profession to promote choice for consumers. ’
Victor Olowe, Council for Licensed Conveyancers Chief Executive, adds ‘it is vital that more professionals within the property and conveyancing sectors have access to a different perspective on a range of issues that impact on consumers and other key stakeholders in the home buying and selling market. By extending the Chronicle’s circulation to include estate agents within in England and Wales and producing reflective articles covering relevant aspects of the legal, regulatory and conveyancing sectors we are another step closer to achieving this aim. ’
The Chronicle is sent via post to all Licensed Conveyancers and CLC students and via DX to estate agents in England and Wales. A pdf version is also available to view at the Council for Licensed Conveyancers’ website.