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PCA Weekly News - 9th September 2023

In your weekly PCA update this week:

  • Headlines catching our attention...again
  • TrustMark provider scheme forum
  • #IPCC23 - 2 weeks to go 
  • Webinar - New build watershock  

Headlines catching our attention...again

The Telegraph published an article recently, The Japanese Knotweed con exposed – and the plants to really beware which for those who have read the article, will understand our shock and frustration at some of the content. If you haven’t read it yet, there are a couple of things which certainly caught our attention, which Technical Manager Daniel Docking outlines in his latest blog... 

To read more, click on the button below.

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TrustMark's Scheme Provider Forum

Earlier this week, Deputy CEO James Berry attended the Trustmark Scheme Provider Forum. This is an opportunity for scheme providers (like the PCA) to engage with TrustMark, hear about initiatives they are pursuing and discuss pressing issues for the Repair, Maintenance and Improvement (RMI) sector.

It is imperative that TrustMark continues to deliver value to its scheme providers, but what were the main discussion points and initiaitves on the horizon? James summarises the key takeaways, which you can read by clicking on the button below...

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#IPCC23 - 2 weeks to go!

With just 2 weeks to go until the Property Care Conference, the question remains....will you be joining us?

Our packed speaker programme features some incredible industry experts who will be leading the discussions on current topics. So who else has joined the line-up alongside social housing campaigner Kwajo Tweneboa, property forecaster Kate Faulkner OBE, the Revd. Kevin Fear and civil engineer for flood testing facilities, David Ramsbottom...

Ron Fenwick will cover The Installation Assurance Authority' (IAA) experience as a Guarantee Provider and a Certification Body, regarding underfloor insulation inspections and surveillance, and what can potentially go wrong if not installed correctly. The National HMO Network will discuss if the issue of dampness is more prevalent in private rented properties, and what challenges this presents when addressing dampness in these buildings.

The panellists for our debate 'How do we get ventilation and thermal efficiency working in harmony?' will be released in the next few days, so keep an eye out. To find out more about the featured speakers above, you can click on the button below...

2023 Conference Speakers >>


New build watershock

Join us and Tony Isbell, Acres Building Consultants, in 3 weeks time for our next webinar: 'New build watershock: Understanding damp problems'.

With the rush to build new dwellings to ever tighter building standards, why are we increasingly seeing dampness, condensation and mould problems in these new homes? 

 Join us on 28th September (9-10am) as we look at what surveyors, building or property professionals need to consider when determining the root of the problem...

Register here >>

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