North Wales Regional Meetings

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COVID-19: Virtual Regional Meetings

Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions around events and gatherings of more than 30 people, Propertymark is delighted to be offering members a full programme of virtual Regional Meetings.

With a maximum capacity of 40 people, we ask members to ensure they ringfence time in their diary before booking a place. Meetings will last approx. 90 minutes and will offer a quality programme, with relevant updates, guest speaker, information from sponsors and a Q&A session.

Please log your CPD on completion as attendance can be attributed to your annual membership requirements. Propertymark continues to deliver an expansive programme of free webinars and virtual training courses (at a small additional cost) during this time. We look forward to receiving your feedback in continuing to improve member services.


Meetings are open to everyone, however as spaces are limited booking is essential. For non-members it's £45 +VAT to attend.


We hold Regional Meetings across the UK and throughout the year so you can always attend a meeting in another area. More info...


Martin Adshead

Martin Adshead
ARLA Propertymark Regional Rep


October 2019

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Regional round-up

'We have now had one month of the Tenant Fee Ban in North Wales, with the effect and reaction to it only just starting to appear. The early indications are that agents are following the lead from our English compatriots and raising rents, to offset the additional fees that will be charged to landlords, for the work that was previously paid by tenants at the commencement of a new tenancy.

'As predicated, rents are already starting to rise, so the outcome will be that tenants will end up paying more throughout the length of their tenancy which will, in many cases, exceed what they would have been charged previously.

'We are experiencing an increasing number of landlords quitting the market. This manifests itself when a tenant ends a tenancy and the opportunity presents itself to landlords to put their property up for sale. There is an opportunity however to offer such properties to other landlords and retain the income from managing the property for a new landlord.

'Houses in multiple occupation continue to be an attractive investment for landlords in North Wales and the management of these is attractive to some agents. They do require more attention, specially at the lower end but, managed well, they do provide a useful income stream.'


ExCeL London



The ARLA Propertymark Conference and Exhibition celebrates 25 years with a very special line up. It is the largest event in the private rented sector and a firm fixture for suppliers wishing to network with the cream of the industry. More info...

Date: 7 December 2021
Venue: ExCeL, E16 1XL
Members: £200.00 +VAT
Non-members: £250.00 +VAT