The interim executive chair of Propertymark has now taken up a leading role in The Conveyancing Association
Nicky Heathcote is becoming the non-executive chair of The Conveyancing Association.
Nathan Emerson, acting chief executive of Propertymark, says: “We … feel that her new role will be hugely beneficial for partnership working and future relationships. From everyday progressing on the ground, to board level, property agents and conveyancers have a natural relationship, Nicky’s new appointment is a continuation of that relationship.”
Heathcote has been with Propertymark since 2018 as a non-executive director before moving into her current role in 2020. A statement from the organisation says she has been instrumental in “formulating and implementing a new strategy which has put full focus on members, as well as dedicating her time to enhancing stakeholder relationships.”
Heathcote herself says: “I am looking forward to adding The Conveyancing Association into my portfolio of non-executive positions. This will give me a broader view of the housing market, and Propertymark will be well placed to benefit from my new knowledge and experience. I look forward to continuing my work at Propertymark, keeping the energy going with member relationships, and ensuring they really are at the heart of all we do.”
Heathcote is already chair of the Property Codes Compliance Board’s compliance committee within the Code of Property Search Organisations, and Ambassador for NedonBoard, the professional body for non-executive directors and board members.