Over the years the Association has worked with its members to prove that it is an organisation that homeowners can trust and that represents quality and reliability. Members demonstrate in their actions and commitment to the standards that they voluntarily empower their Trade Body to enforce, that they are committed to the long-term protection and improvement of buildings and to the wellbeing of occupants.
The Association in furthering the needs of its professional members can be confident that it has done more over the last decade to promote understanding, research and learning within moisture management, underground waterproofing and commercial invasive weed control, than any government or commercial/voluntary organisation in the country! This should be a source of continued pride for all members.
300+ conference attendees and counting…
On the 21st November, the Property Care Association will host over 300+ professionals at our ‘2019 Building Preservation & Invasive Weed Conferences. With a huge diversity of contributors covering a vast range of interests, the conferences are now established as the preeminent events in these fields of specialism. The Conferences aim to give an insight into the future of our industry and showcase new initiatives, research and innovation as well as providing a forum that will address a variety of emerging challenges.
Strategically & technically advantageous to all – Conference 2019
With conference speakers as diverse as Duncan Philips of RICS Heritage, who launching a methodology jointly drawn up between Historic England, RICS and PCA that defines that knowledge needed to facilitate the investigation of dampness in traditional buildings to Helga Heylen who will introduce her companies use of dogs to sniff out Japanese knotweed; the event will be commercially, strategically and technically advantageous to all who attend. So whether you are a chartered surveyor, property manager, specialist contractor, lender, landlord or homeowner who wants to know more, this event is a unique opportunity to learn and join the conversation.
Now that you know – why not join us?!?
As an event open to all (and we still have some seats available) we would reiterate that anyone who has an interest in the effects of water and decay in buildings and the battle against non-native invasive plants will be made very welcome.
As a group of highly skilled professionals, members of the Property Care Association lead the way in the pursuit of knowledge and excellence it would be great to have you with us.
We look forward to hopefully seeing you there…
More information and previous Hodgson Views:
- 2019 Programme – Building Preservation Conference
- 2019 Programme – Invasive Weed Conference
- Hodgson View: The case of the anonymous letter
- Hodgson View: CITB are still rubbish but could there be light?!
- Hodgson View: Is CITB fit for purpose?
- Hodgson View: Is the CITB delivering a valuable service?
- Hodgson View: The future of the preservation industry
- Hodgson View: Science and Technology Committee