ARLA Regional Meeting - Region 22

Tuesday 30th October 2018


Royal Air Force Museum,
TF11 8UP

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Main Programme

12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Networking


12:30 - 12:35 Welcome


12:35 - 12:50 Sponsor


12:50 - 13:20 Mortage Tax Relief
Richard Bull


13:20 - 14:00 Legal Update
RRRRobert Bolwell

Robert, from Dutton Gregory will be covering all things legal.

14:00 - 15:00 Tenant Fee Ban Update
Mr David Cox



Reapit Ltd

Reapit Ltd

Reapit is the UK’s leading provider of CRM software to estate agents and lettings agents. Their combined software platform (RPS) for sales, lettings, property management and client accounts has won a record seven awards in the category for Supplier of the Year at The Times and The Sunday Times Estate Agency of the Year Awards and recently at the ESTAS too.



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Richard Bull

Richard Bull

Richard Bull joined Crowe in 2008 as a graduate trainee in the Private Client department. After gaining his chartered tax adviser and chartered accountant qualifications, he became a partner on 1 April 2017. He now leads the Private Client Team in the Midlands.


His primary role is to work with clients to help realise their personal goals. This is achieved by making sure their businesses or assets are structured tax efficiently with particular focus on preserving and safeguarding family wealth.


Given the recent changes to property taxes, Richard is currently advising clients on the best ways to hold existing properties and also how to grow portfolios in as tax efficient a way as possible.

Mr David Cox

Mr David Cox

ARLA Propertymark, Chief Executive  

David Cox is Chief Executive of ARLA Propertymark. He joined ARLA, Association of Residential Letting Agents, in January 2014 bringing a sharply focused policy and stakeholder engagement perspective. David has worked alongside a diverse board of experienced practitioners from across the industry to transform ARLA into ARLA Propertymark, an organisation which protects consumers through measures including Client Money Protection, campaigning for mandatory regulation of the lettings industry and raising professional standards. David has held senior policy roles at the National Landlords Association (NLA) and the International Union of Property Owners (UIPI); a trained barrister, David has also acted as Parliamentary Advisor to a well-known backbench MP.

RRRRobert Bolwell

RRRRobert Bolwell

Dutton Gregory Solicitors

After graduating from University College London, Robert spent 12 months in the Intellectual Property Department of Allied Domecq in the City before going on to Law School and qualifying as a solicitor with the Birmingham firm formerly known as Edge and Ellison.

A partner of Dutton Gregory since 1987, he founded the Landlord and Tenant Department in 1993. Robert’s work includes more complicated dilapidations and possession cases and work for a number of clients with large block management portfolios.