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ARLA appoints Welsh lettings veteran as president elect

  • 22/01/2020
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ARLA appoints Welsh lettings veteran as president elect
The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) Propertymark has appointed Angela Davey (pictured) as president elect, after Richard Selwyn stepped down last year.


Davey has 30 years’ experience in the lettings industry and is currently head of Peter Alan – the largest estate agency chain in Wales.

Last year, she launched Peter Alan’s high-end rental brand, PA Black Lettings. She is also accredited to deliver Rent Smart Wales approved training and has served as ARLA Propertymark’s regional representative for South Wales since 2015, and board member for Wales since 2016.

Davey said: “I’m honoured to have been appointed president elect. This year marks 30 years as an ARLA Propertymark member, and I am looking forward to giving back to the association that has helped me so much during my career.

“The sector has changed significantly over the years and I intend to help the industry navigate the inevitable changes that will come during my presidency.”

Phil Keddie, ARLA Propertymark president welcomed Davy into the presidential team.

“Angela brings a wealth of knowledge from her years in the industry, and her unique insight into how the Regulation of Property Agents (RoPA) will develop as we move towards a regulated industry in England will be invaluable, based on her experience with Rent Smart Wales,” he said.


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