PISCES adds VOA to membership
Andrew Hudson, chief executive of the VOA, said: “We welcome the use of a common computer language across the property market. The seamless transfer of information and the removal of the need for re-entering data will drive efficiencies whilst dramatically reducing the margin for error.”
James Kavanagh of RICS said: “PISCES will simplify a complex process. It will make the transfer of information between property professionals and official bodies easier. The power of PISCES is that it’s a channel for property professionals and government.”
Roger de Boehmler, director general of PISCES, welcomed the VOA to its growing list of members, which included the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Ordnance Survey, the National Land Information Service and leading surveyors.