Conveyancing is carried out to transfer the ownership of property; conveyancing is carried out by both the parties Both buyer and seller have to hire to carry out the process. The group has a Recruitment and Selection Policy, which sets down the minimum standards required to ensure that best practice in recruitment and selection is achieved and that the best candidate is appointed.

There is a specific and strict layout to implement the conveyancing process which is to be followed by both the parties. Positive Action, as permitted by legislation, may be used to attract applications from people where they are under-represented or absent in the workforce as a whole or in certain positions or departments.

Where appropriate, we take Positive Action to promote training for specific groups in order that they may enter areas where they have previously been absent or under-represented. Positive action means targeting recruitment, training, encouraging and supporting groups that are under-represented in the organisation. Where employees and volunteers have particular cultural or religious requirements, such as prayer times or dress, which conflict with established working arrangements, the group will endeavour to vary or to adapt these arrangements to meet the needs of the individual.

The conveyancers carry out the process on behalf of their clients; the process includes documentation, property survey and drafting of many contracts. The process leads to a safe and secure transfer of property from the seller to the buyer. In recognition of the fact that people of different faiths have different holidays, a system of flexible public holidays is in operation whereby an individual may, subject to line management approval, take some or all of their public holidays at any time during the holiday year.