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As you may have noticed, we have been undergoing some editorial changeover on LAT and EAT. Therefore, we would like to take this opportunity to say a massive
thank you to Rosalind Renshaw, our fantastic editor since 2008. Thanks to Rosalind’s unique voice and unrivalled contacts, Letting Agent Today and Estate Agent Today
have forged reputations as two of the most influential publications in the property industry, something we are very proud of.

Since their inception, the Today Sites have been published by Nat Daniels, CEO of Angels Media, and this will continue as we move forward with the launch of the new LAT and EAT.

You may have been wondering who has taken over the editorial duties for the publications. From now on, we will have two editors for the sites. One of these will be Graham Norwood. Graham is a journalist who has specialised in writing about residential property for over 10 years. He is critical of the ‘fluffy’ property journalism that appears in some papers and prefers writing stories on the state of the market across the UK. A regular contributor to many national newspapers, Graham also has his own renowned property blog – Property News Hound. We are delighted to have Graham on board.

We would also like to announce that Mike Jones will be our other editor. A vastly experienced property and finance journalist, Mike has provided editorial for several of our other publications as well as contributing to many reputable trade and consumer titles over the years. As someone who runs a team of ex-national newspaper executives, Mike has a wealth of contacts and knowledge allowing him to provide cutting-edge letting and estate agency news.

Other regular contributors from the world of property will be announced over the coming weeks, coinciding with the launch of the new sites.

For all press enquiries, releases and story ideas please email: press@lettingagenttoday.co.uk or press@estateagenttoday.co.uk

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    All the best to Rosalind.

    (With any luck Arla have recruited her)

    :-)

    • 09 January 2014 09:29 AM
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    May I, as one of many readers most impressed by Rosalind, add my thanks for her efforts over many years?

    If ever I had an industry concern that I felt she might care to look into, she always found time to do so .... happened 4 or 5 times over the last couple of years.

    Welcome to the 2 new editors ... if I was a woman I'd say its typical, takes 2 men to do what 1 woman used to do but instead I'd better just say thanks for being about to do a great job for the industry !

    • 09 January 2014 09:27 AM
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