Angela is Head of Property at Jackson Lees. She is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives with over 20 years experience specialising primarily within residential conveyancing including sale, purchase, new build, equity release, remortgage, transfer of equity and auction. In the past Angela has appeared on The Politics Show, Grand Designs Live and Sky Channel Legal TV as a recognised expert in her field.
Anthony is an experience legal industry professional. In a career spanning almost 20 years he has supported property lawyers in the conveyancing process across both legal reports and case management systems. Anthony is a graduate of The University of Birmingham, where he has also lectured, as he did at both Coventry University and Wolverhampton University.
Ian qualified as a solicitor and worked in private practice for 12 years specialising in property law matters generally including residential development work, commercial acquisitions and disposals. Since 1998 he worked in house and as a consultant for national house builders and national and international property developers advising on all aspects of property, landlord and tenant, transactional and management issues.
Stephen Ward, Director of Strategy & External Relations, The Council for Licensed Conveyancers
Stephen leads on the CLC’s strategy development and delivery. Stephen has a background in the civil service and political campaigning as well as business strategy in the private sector. For several years Stephen was Director of Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility at the Law Society.
Jamie is a Stakeholder and Policy Manager on the Local Land Charges (LLC) Programme. He works specifically on CON 29 and has been conducting research and feasibility testing with key industry stakeholders and developing the policy to support the passage of the Infrastructure Bill 2014 through parliamentary change process and the successful delivery of the LLC solution. Prior to working on Local Land Charges Jamie was Customer Team Leader for 40 firms of solicitors and conveyancers based at our Nottingham Office. This team was heavily involved in the successful delivery of the e-DRS Prototype and signed up early adopters of the service. Jamie also spent two years on secondment at a number of Local Authorities working on large Register Development projects
Stuart Young is the Founder of Etive with over 12 years in the proptech sector. In 2007 launched Property Log Book (PLB) as a tool for the new build sector creating digital records against new build homes. Evolved into the social housing sector in 2011 using the PLB as a platform for home energy efficiency with Birmingham City Council, which was a part of their Green Deal for 65,000 homes. From 2011, worked on 3 Scottish Water projects using smart metering with GSM technology integrated into the PLB to track and monitor water and energy consumption in both private and social residential housing. Since 2018, Etive has been working on further developing the PLB to help improve the home buying and selling process with the wider introduction of the PLB into conveyancing. From 2014 Etive has been working with a variety of Government departments and local authorities on an assured digital identity and a digital identity trust framework for the conveyancing market, based on Government standards, and linking a person to a property.