9:33 AM, 3rd September 2020, About 2 years ago
Angela Davey, who was Head of Lettings and Property Management at Peter Alan in Wales, succeeds Phil Keddie as the new ARLA Propertymark President.
Angela raised the profile of ARLA Propertymark in Wales by advising the government on housing policy and consulting for Rent Smart Wales on training for landlords and agents. ARLA confirms her election as President will continue to give her a platform to make an impact across the whole of the UK.
Angela said: “Taking over the Presidency during a global pandemic, which has major repercussions for our industry and our members, is clearly a huge challenge, but I am relishing the opportunity to make a real difference.
I am looking forward to bringing all parts of Propertymark together as one so that we can lead the field of regulated trade bodies. Another key objective is to use my experience to help bring forward regulation across the UK, ensuring that any new regulation is backed by vigorous enforcement.
I believe very strongly in central Government seeking to put in place dedicated housing courts across the country to ensure that justice can be given to both landlords and tenants in these unprecedented times.
Ensuring that our members’ concerns are brought to the forefront and their support from us remains a priority for me.
Phil Keddie the outgoing President said: “I welcome Angela into the ARLA Propertymark Presidential Team. Angela brings a wealth of knowledge from her years in the industry, and her unique insight into how the Regulation of Property Agents (RoPA) will develop as we move towards a regulated industry in England will be invaluable, based on her experience with Rent Smart Wales.”
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